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suffer

verb   /ˈsʌf·ər/
suffer from something
B1 to have an illness padecer algo She suffers from depression.
to feel pain or sadness and worry sufrir I can’t bear to see animals suffering.
to experience something bad sufrir Many people in this country have suffered discrimination.
(Definition of suffer from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

suffer

verb /ˈsafə/
to undergo, endure or bear pain, misery etc sufrir, padecer He suffered terrible pain from his injuries The crash killed him instantly – he didn’t suffer at all I’ll make you suffer for this insolence.
to undergo or experience sufrir The army suffered enormous losses.
to be neglected resentirse, verse afectado; salir perjudicado I like to see you enjoying yourself, but you mustn’t let your work suffer.
(with from) to have or to have often (a particular illness etc) sufrir de, padecer de She suffers from stomach-aches.
suffering noun
(a feeling of) pain or misery sufrimiento The shortage of food caused widespread suffering She keeps complaining about her sufferings.
(Definition of suffer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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