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Definición de “sore” en inglés

sore

adjective
 
 
/sɔːr/
B1 painful, especially when touched: a sore throat/knee Her eyes were red and sore.Pain and painful
sore point/spot/subject a subject that causes disagreement or makes people angry when it is discussed: Money is a bit of a sore point with him at the moment. → See also stick/stand out like a sore thumbArguing and disagreeing
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