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ail

verb /eil/
(old-fashioned) to be ill
sufrir una dolencia
The old lady has been ailing for some time.
(formal) to trouble
afligir
Is tax reform a cure for what ails our economy?
ailing adjective (formal) ill or weak
Debil
his ailing grandmother Britain’s ailing public transport system.
ailment noun an illness, usually not serious or dangerous
dolencia, achaque
Children often have minor ailments.
(Definition of ail from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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