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Translation of "agony" - English-Spanish dictionary

agony

noun   /ˈæɡ·ə·ni/ ( plural agonies)
very bad pain dolor muy fuerte She was in agony after her operation.
(Definition of agony from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

agony

noun /ˈӕɡəni/ ( plural agonies)
great pain or suffering agonía The dying man was in agony She was suffering the agonies of regret.
agonize /ˈæɡəˌnaɪz/ verb
to think and worry about a difficult decision for a long time Agonizar He was agonizing over whether he should tell his wife the truth.
agonized /ˈæɡəˌnaɪzd/ adjective
showing agony agónico He had an agonized expression on his face.
agonizing /ˈæɡəˌnaɪziŋ/ adjective
causing agony angustioso an agonizing pain.
agonizingly /ˈæɡəˌnaɪziŋli/ adverb
angustiosamente West Ham were agonizingly close to scoring a goal.
agony aunt noun
someone who writes for a newspaper or magazine and provides advice about people’s personal problems. Consejera Sentimental
(Definition of agony from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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