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ache

verb [I]
 
 
/eɪk/
B2 If a part of your body aches, it is painful: My legs ache after all that exercise.Pain and painful
Translations of “ache”
in Arabic يَتَألّم ألَما مُتَواصِلا…
in Korean 계속해서 아프다…
in Malaysian berhasrat benar…
in French brûler de…
in Turkish ağrımak…
in Italian dolere, far male…
in Chinese (Traditional) (持續的)疼痛,隱痛…
in Russian болеть…
in Polish boleć…
in Vietnamese khát khao…
in Spanish ansiar, morirse por…
in Portuguese doer…
in Thai ปรารถนา…
in German brennen auf…
in Catalan fer mal…
in Japanese (持続的に)痛む, うずく…
in Indonesian ingin sekali…
in Chinese (Simplified) (持续的)疼痛,隐痛…
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