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pang

noun [C]     /pæŋ/
a sudden sharp feeling, especially of painful emotion 一阵剧痛;(尤指)悲痛 a pang of jealousy 一阵妒忌 We hadn't eaten since yesterday and the hunger pangs were getting harder to ignore. 我们从昨天起一直没有吃东西,饥饿引起的阵阵胃疼越来越难以忍受了。 Pain and painfulFeelings - general words
(Definition of pang from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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