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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “suffer”

suffer

verb [I] (FEEL PAIN)
感覺痛
    /ˈsʌf.ər/ US  //
to experience physical or mental pain
受苦;受折磨
I think he suffered quite a lot when his wife left him.
我想他妻子離開他時,他一定很痛苦。
She suffers terribly in the winter when it's cold and her joints get stiff.
冬天天氣寒冷,她的關節會變得僵硬,這讓她非常難受。
She's been suffering from (= been ill with) cancer for two years.
她患癌症已經兩年了。
Johnny suffers from (= is often ill with) asthma.
約翰尼患有哮喘。
If you're not happy with it, you should complain. Don't just suffer in silence (= without saying anything).
如果你不喜歡,應該說出來。別悶在心裡。
Being and falling illExperiencing and suffering
(Definition of suffer verb (FEEL PAIN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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