suffering

ˈsʌfərɪŋ
1. сущ. страдание to alleviate suffering, to ease suffering, to relieve suffering ≈ облегчать страдания to bear suffering, to endure suffering ≈ терпеть боль, терпеть страдания to inflict suffering on ≈ причинять страдания chronic suffering ≈ ужасные страдания great suffering, incalculable suffering, intense suffering, untold suffering ≈ невыразимые страдания
2. прил. страдающий страдание;
мука - to alleviate human *s облегчать человеческие страдания - she recited her own *s at full length она со всеми подробностями рассказывала о своих мучениях страдающий pain and ~ боль и страдание suffering pres. p. от suffer ~ страдание ~ страдающий

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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