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Translation of "suffer" - English-Turkish dictionary

suffer

verb     /ˈsʌfər/
PAIN [I, T]
B2 to experience pain or unpleasant emotions acı çekmek, ıstırap duymak, katlanmak, mustarip olmak I can't bear to see animals suffering.Experiencing and suffering
suffer from sth
B1 to have an illness or other health problem sıkıntı çekmek, çekmek; ...dan/den acı çekmek/çok çekmek She suffers from severe depression.Disease and illness - general words
suffer a broken leg/a heart attack, etc
B2 to experience an injury or other sudden health problem kırık bacak/kalp krizi vs. acı çekmek/mustarip olmak He suffered a serious neck injury in the accident.Experiencing and sufferingInjuring and injuries
suffer damage/defeat/loss, etc
B2 to experience something bad such as damage/defeat/loss, etc kayıp/mağlubiyet/zarar ziyandan vs. mustarip olmak/çok çekmek/etkilenmek Experiencing and sufferingDamaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishingLosing and being defeatedScoring, winning and losing in sport
BECOME WORSE [I]
to become worse in quality kaliteyi yitirmek, etkilenmek, kötüye gitmek If you're tired all the time your work tends to suffer.Deteriorating and making worse
(Definition of suffer from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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