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distress

verb
 
/dɪˈstres/
to make someone feel upset or worried
addolorare, affliggere
The news distressed her.
distressing /dɪˈstres·ɪŋ/ adjective
penoso
a distressing experience
Translations of “distress”
in Korean 괴롭히다…
in Arabic يُقْلِق…
in Portuguese afligir, angustiar…
in Catalan afligir, angoixar…
in Japanese 悲惨な, 痛ましい…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使煩亂, 使焦慮,使憂慮…
in Russian мучить, тревожить…
in Turkish üzmek, acı vermek, sıkmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使烦乱, 使焦虑,使忧虑…
in Polish martwić…
(Definition of distress verb from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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