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Traducción de "torment" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Mandarín

torment

noun     /ˈtɔː.ment/ US  /ˈtɔːr-/
[U] great mental suffering and unhappiness, or great physical pain 折磨;痛苦 The family said they had endured years of torment and abuse at the hands of the neighbours. 这家人说多年来他们一直忍受着邻居们的欺凌羞辱。 Waiting for the result of the medical tests was sheer torment. 等待医疗检查的结果简直就是一种折磨。 He spent the night in torment, trying to decide what was the best thing to do. 他在痛苦中度过了那个晚上,思量着最好该怎么做。 Pain and painful
torments [plural]
great mental suffering and unhappiness 精神上的节磨与痛苦 Nothing can describe the torments we went through while we were waiting for news. 我们在等待消息时所受的精神折磨是无法用语言描述的。 Pain and painful
[C] something or someone that causes great suffering or anger 痛苦(或烦恼)之源 The tax forms were an annual torment to him. 纳税申报表每年都让他头疼。 Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
(Definition of torment noun from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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