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Translation of "pain" - English-Spanish dictionary

pain

noun   /peɪn/
A2 a bad feeling in a part of your body when you are sick or hurt dolor stomach pains Are you in pain? I felt a sharp pain in my foot.
[no plural] sadness dolor I can’t describe the pain I suffered when he died.
be a pain (in the neck) informal
to be annoying ser molesto My brother can be a real pain in the neck sometimes.
(Definition of pain from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pain

noun /pein/
hurt or suffering of the body or mind dolor a pain in the chest.
pained adjective
showing or expressing pain dolido, afligido, apenado She had a pained expression on her face.
painful adjective
causing pain doloroso a painful injury.
painfully adverb
dolorosamente It was painfully obvious that she wasn’t interested in him.
painless adjective
without pain sin dolor, indoloro a painless injection.
painlessly adverb
sin causar dolor, sin complicaciones
painkiller noun
a drug etc which lessens or removes pain analgésico The doctor prescribed her some painkillers.
painstaking /ˈpeinz-/ adjective
going to great trouble and taking great care meticuloso, esmerado, concienzudo It took a painstaking effort to add all the tiny details to the painting.
a pain in the neck noun
a person who is constantly annoying pesado, pelmazo People who are always complaining are a pain in the neck.
take pains
to take great trouble and care (to do something) poner especial cuidado en, esmerarse, esforzarse en hacer algo He took great pains to make sure we enjoyed ourselves.
(Definition of pain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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