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excruciating

adjective /ikˈskruːʃieitiŋ/
causing extreme bodily or mental pain
atroz, insoportable
an excruciating headache.
Translations of “excruciating”
in French atroce…
in German qualvoll…
in Chinese (Traditional) 劇烈疼痛的, 極痛苦的, 極其乏味的…
in Russian мучительный…
in Turkish çok acı veren, dayanılmaz, çekilmez…
in Chinese (Simplified) 剧烈疼痛的, 极痛苦的, 极其乏味的…
in Polish rozdzierający, straszliwy…
(Definition of excruciating from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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