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Translation of "pain" - English-Turkish dictionary

pain

noun     /peɪn/
HURT [C, U]
A2 an unpleasant physical feeling caused by an illness or injury ağrı, sızı chest/stomach pains Are you in pain? I felt a sharp pain in my foot.Pain and painful
SADNESS [U]
B2 sadness or mental suffering caused by an unpleasant event acı, keder, elem I can't describe the pain I suffered when he died.Sadness and regret
be a pain (in the neck) informal
to be annoying can sıkıcı şey/kimse; baş belası My brother can be a real pain in the neck sometimes.Causing feelings of anger and displeasure
be at pains to do sth; take pains to do sth
to make a lot of effort to do something çok uğraşmak, didinmek, büyük çaba sarfetmek, çırpınmak He was at great pains to explain the reasons for his decision.Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
(Definition of pain noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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