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misery

noun /ˈmizəri/ ( plural miseries)
(something that causes) unhappiness
desgracia, desdicha, tristeza, miseria
the misery of working conditi0ons in the mines Forget your miseries and come out with me!
Translations of “misery”
in Korean 고통…
in Arabic بُؤس…
in French misère…
in Italian infelicità, sofferenza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 痛苦, 痛苦,悲慘…
in Russian страдание, мучение…
in Turkish bedbahtlık, mutsuzluk, sefalet…
in Polish nieszczęście, cierpienie…
in Portuguese desgraça, infelicidade…
in German das Elend…
in Catalan tristesa, sofriment…
in Japanese 不幸, 悲惨さ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 痛苦…
(Definition of misery from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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