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torment

noun /ˈtoːment/
(a) very great pain, suffering, worry etc
tormento
He was in torment.
something that causes this
tormento
the torment of not being able to return to his native country.
tormentor /-ˈmen-/ noun a person who torments
tormento, persona/cosa que atormenta
The prison guard was his constant tormentor.
Translations of “torment”
in French tourment…
in German die Qual, die Plage…
in Chinese (Traditional) 折磨, 痛苦, 痛苦(或煩惱)之源…
in Russian мучение…
in Turkish eziyet, acı, dert…
in Chinese (Simplified) 折磨, 痛苦, 痛苦(或烦恼)之源…
in Polish udręka, męczarnie…
(Definition of torment from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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