English → English - agony

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n. torment; struggle before death

English → Spanish - agony

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s. agonía, agobio, angustia, congoja, estertor, sufrimiento, tormento

English → French - agony

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n. supplice; agonie

English → German - agony

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n. Qual; Todeskampf

English → Indonesian - agony

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n. penderitaan mendalam, kesakitan, perjuangan bersusah payah, sekarat

English → Italian - agony

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s. tormento, supplizio, angoscia; (fig) parossismo, scoppio; agonia; (fig) lotta, conflitto

English → Polish - agony

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n. agonia, dogorywanie, dręczenie, cierpienie, udręka, ból nie do zniesienia, spazm

English → Portuguese - agony

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s. agonia; angústia

English → Romanian - agony

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n. agonie, suferinţă, criză violentă, chin, desperare, supliciu, izbucnire, caznă, spaimă

English → Russian - agony

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с. сильнейшая боль, мука (страдание), страдание, агония; отчаянная борьба, взрыв, внезапное проявление

English → Turkish - agony

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i. can çekişme, acı çekme, kıvranma, ızdırap, agoni; İsa'nın son ıstırapları

English → Ukrainian - agony

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n. мука, страждання, агонія, конання

English → Dutch - agony

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zn. folterende pijn

English → Greek - agony

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ουσ. αγωνία, μαρτύριο

English → Arabic - agony

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‏ألم مبرح، عذاب، سكرة الموت، كرب، صراع عنيف، نوبة مفاجئة من الإبتهاج، النزع‏

English → Chinese - agony

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(名) 极度痛苦; 临死的痛苦; 苦恼; 爆发

English → Chinese - agony

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(名) 極度痛苦; 臨死的痛苦; 苦惱; 爆發

English → Hindi - agony

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n. घटका, यातना, व्यथा, संताप, यंत्रण

English → Japanese - agony

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(名) 激しい苦しみ; 苦悩

English → Korean - agony

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명. 심한 고통; 죽음의 고통, 단말마의 고통

English → Vietnamese - agony

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n. sự khổ sở, mừng quính, sự đau đớn, sự vui mừng, sự hấp hối

Definition of agony

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Noun
1. Violent contest or striving.
The world is convulsed by the agonies of great nations. —Thomas Babington Macaulay.
2. Pain so extreme as to cause writhing or contortions of the body, similar to those made in the athletic contests in Greece; and hence, extreme pain of mind or body; anguish; paroxysm of grief; specifically, the sufferings of Christ in the garden of Gethsemane.
Being in an agony he prayed more earnestly. —Luke xxii. 44.
3. Paroxysm of joy; keen emotion.
With cries and agonies of wild delight. —Alexander Pope.
4. The last struggle of life; death struggle.
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