English → English - pain

Pronunciation
n. sensation of physical discomfort (often due to illness or injury); emotional suffering or distress; someone or something that is irritating or problematic
v. hurt, cause pain; grieve, sadden
n. bread, loaf

English → Spanish - pain

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s. dolor, achaque, dolencia; congoja, pena, quebranto, sufrimiento, tormento
v. doler; tormentar, afligir, angustiar; disgustar

English → French - pain

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n. douleur, peine; mal
v. faire souffrir; faire de la peine à quelqu'un; blesser

English → German - pain

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n. Schmerz; Trauer; Leid
v. schmerzen; leid tun

English → Indonesian - pain

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n. sakit, kesakitan, perasaan sakit, kepedihan, rasa nyeri, penderitaan, hukuman
v. menyedihkan, menyakitkan, ngilu

English → Italian - pain

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s. pena, sofferenza, dolore; male; patimento
v. far soffrire, far male a, causare dolore a; addolorare, affliggere; dispiacere, rincrescere

English → Polish - pain

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n. ból, cierpienie, boleść, bolesność, dolegliwość, obolałość, męka, strapienie, przykrość
v. boleć kogoś, zasmucać, strapić, zasmucić

English → Portuguese - pain

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s. dor; mágoa; sofrimento
v. causar dor; afligir

English → Romanian - pain

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n. durere, suferinţă, efort, eforturi, osteneală, durerile facerii, necaz, ameninţare cu pedeapsă, pacoste, pedeapsă, calamitate, supărare, chin, bătaie de cap
v. durea, întrista, mâhni, îndurera

English → Russian - pain

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с. боль, страдание, огорчение, горе
г. мучить, огорчать, причинять боль, болеть

English → Turkish - pain

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f. acıtmak, canını yakmak, üzmek, eziyet etmek
i. ağrı, acı, azap, elem, dert, ızdırap, sancı, sızı, eziyet, emek, zahmet, ceza

English → Ukrainian - pain

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n. біль, страждання, болісність
v. мучити, боліти

French → English - pain

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(m) n. bread, loaf

English → Dutch - pain

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zn. pijn, lijden, smart, leed, straf, zeer, wee
ww. pijn doen, pijn veroorzaken, pijnigen, leed doen

English → Greek - pain

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ουσ. πόνος, λύπη
ρήμ. πονώ, λυπώ

French → Spanish - pain

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(culinaire) pan (m); barra (f); pan francés

French → German - pain

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n. ohrfeige, brotlaib, lebensunterhalt, brot

French → Italian - pain

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(culinaire) pane (m); baguette {invariable}; filone francese

French → Portuguese - pain

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(culinaire) pão (m); pão francês; bisnaga (f); baguete (f)

French → Russian - pain

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n. кусок (m), хлеб (m), каравай (m), лепешка (m), слиток (m)

French → Turkish - pain

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[le] ekmek; topak, kalıp

French → Dutch - pain

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(culinaire) brood (n); stokbrood (n); baguette (m/f)

English → Arabic - pain

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‏الم، ألم، جهد، عناء، حزن، أسى، وجع، عقوبة‏
‏أمض، عض، أزعج، كبد، عانى، كابد، وجع، ألم‏

English → Chinese - pain

Pronunciation
(名) 痛苦, 辛苦, 疼痛
(动) 使烦恼, 使痛苦; 使疼痛; 引起疼痛, 感到疼痛

English → Chinese - pain

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(名) 痛苦, 辛苦, 疼痛
(動) 使煩惱, 使痛苦; 使疼痛; 引起疼痛, 感到疼痛

English → Hindi - pain

Pronunciation
n. दर्द, पीड़ा, वेदना, तक़लीफ़, क्लेश, व्यथा, यंत्रणा, दुःख, कष्ट, दंड
v. सताना, कष्ट पहुंचाना, रंजीदा होना, दुःखित हो जाना, बीमार होना, रोगी होना

English → Japanese - pain

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(動) 苦痛を与える; 痛む
(名) 痛み; 苦痛; 苦労

English → Korean - pain

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명. 고통, 아픔 (종종 질병이나 상처 때문에); 정신적인 괴로움; 귀찮은 것, 애물단지
동. 고통을 주다, 아프다; 괴로워하다, 슬퍼하다

English → Vietnamese - pain

Pronunciation
n. sự đau đớn, nổi khổ đau, sự đau về xác thịt, hình phạt
v. làm đau, đau đớn, khổ sở

Definition of pain

Pronunciation
Noun
1. An ache or bodily suffering, or an instance of this; an unpleasant sensation, resulting from a derangement of functions, disease, or injury by violence; hurt.
The greatest difficulty lies in treating patients with chronic pain.
I had to stop running when I started getting pains in my feet.
2. The condition or fact of suffering or anguish especially mental, as opposed to pleasure; torment; distress; sadness; grief; solicitude; disquietude.
In the final analysis, pain is a fact of life.
The pain of departure was difficult to bear.
3. An annoying person or thing.
Your mother is a right pain.
4. Suffering inflicted as punishment or penalty.
You may not leave this room on pain of death.
Interpose, on pain of my displeasure. — Dryden
We will, by way of mulct or pain, lay it upon him. — Bacon
5. Labour; effort; pains.
Verb
6. To hurt; to put to bodily uneasiness or anguish; to afflict with uneasy sensations of any degree of intensity; to torment; to torture.
The wound pained him.
7. To render uneasy in mind; to disquiet; to distress; to grieve.
It pains me to say that I must let you go.
8. To inflict suffering upon as a penalty; to punish.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: paining
Present: pain (3.person: pains)
Past: pained
Future: will pain
Present conditional: would pain
Present Perfect: have pained (3.person: has pained)
Past Perfect: had pained
Future Perfect: will have pained
Past conditional: would have pained
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