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misery

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈmɪzəri/
B2 great suffering or unhappiness
bedbahtlık, mutsuzluk, sefalet, perişanlık
The war brought misery to millions of people. Her husband's drinking is making her life a misery.Sadness and regret
Translations of “misery”
in Arabic بُؤس…
in Korean 고통…
in Malaysian kesengsaraan…
in French misère…
in Italian infelicità, sofferenza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 痛苦, 痛苦,悲慘…
in Russian страдание, мучение…
in Polish nieszczęście, cierpienie…
in Vietnamese những nỗi khốn khổ…
in Spanish desgracia, desdicha, tristeza…
in Portuguese desgraça, infelicidade…
in Thai ความทุกข์ยาก…
in German das Elend…
in Catalan tristesa, sofriment…
in Japanese 不幸, 悲惨さ…
in Indonesian kesedihan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 痛苦…
(Definition of misery from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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