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Translation of "sore" - English-Spanish dictionary

sore

adjective   /sɔːr/
B1 painful, especially when touched dolorido, irritado a sore throat Her eyes were red and sore.
soreness noun [no plural] /ˈsɔː·nəs/
dolor
noun   /sɔːr/
an area of skin that is red and painful because of an infection llaga, ulcera
(Definition of sore from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sore

adjective /soː/
painful doloroso My leg is very sore I have a sore leg.
suffering pain dolorido I am still a bit sore after my operation.
(American) irritated, annoyed or offended resentido, enojado, ofendido He is still sore about what happened.
sorely adverb
badly; acutely muy, mucho, profundamente, seriamente He will be sorely missed.
soreness noun
dolor, irritación She’s still feeling some soreness in her left leg.
(Definition of sore from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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