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verb [I or T] (BE/MAKE ILL)
/eɪl/ old use
to be ill, or to cause to be ill
She had been ailing for years before she died.
What's ailing you? Is it your leg again?
Being and falling ill
Translations of “ail”
in Spanish sufrir una dolencia, afligir…
in French souffrir, tracasser…
in German kränkeln, plagen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生病/使生病, (使)生病, (使)不適…
(Definition of ail verb (BE/MAKE ILL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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