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Translation of "agony" - English-Spanish dictionary

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
Translations of “agony”
in Arabic ألَم مُبرِح…
in Korean 고통…
in Malaysian penderitaan…
in French agonie, douleur intense…
in Turkish çok yoğun zihinsel/fiziksel ıstırap, sıkıntı…
in Italian dolore estremo, angoscia…
in Chinese (Traditional) (肉體或精神的)極度痛苦…
in Russian агония…
in Polish męczarnia, agonia…
in Vietnamese đau đớn…
in Portuguese agonia…
in Thai ความทรมาน…
in German die Qual…
in Catalan dolor molt fort…
in Japanese 苦痛, 激しい痛み…
in Indonesian penderitaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (肉体或精神的)极度痛苦…
(Definition of agony from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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