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Translation of "afflict" - English-Spanish dictionary

afflict

verb   /əˈflɪkt/
If a problem or illness afflicts a person or thing, they suffer from it. (of a problem or illness) to affect a person or thing in an unpleasant way aquejar It is an illness that afflicts women more than men. a country afflicted by civil war925
(Definition of afflict from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

afflict

verb /əˈflikt/
(formal ) to give pain or distress to (a person etc) afligir She is continually afflicted by/with headaches.
affliction /-ʃən/ noun
(formal) something that causes pain or distress aflicción Her deafness is a great affliction to her.
(Definition of afflict from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “afflict”
in Vietnamese làm đau đớn…
in Malaysian menyakiti…
in Thai ทำให้เจ็บป่วย…
in French affliger…
in German plagen, leiden…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使痛苦, 使苦恼, 折磨…
in Turkish acı vermek, musallat olmak, üzmek…
in Russian поражать…
in Indonesian menderita…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使痛苦, 使苦惱, 折磨…
in Polish dotykać…
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