pain


pain
I
n.
sensation of suffering

1) to cause pain

2) to inflict pain on

3) to bear, endure, stand, take pain (she cannot stand any pain)

4) to feel, experience, suffer pain (she experienced constant pain)

5) to allay, alleviate, dull, ease, kill, relieve, soothe pain

6) (an) acute, excruciating, great, intense, maddening. piercing, severe, sharp pain

7) (a) chronic, constant. gnawing, persistent, steady; dull; intractable. stubborn; nagging; referred; shooting; slight; stabbing; sudden; throbbing pain

8) (a) back; chest; physical (he felt sharp chest pains and went to see the doctor)

9) pain appears; disappears, wears off

10) a spasm; stab; twinge of pain

11) in pain (to be in chronic pain)

penalty

12) on, under, upon pain of (mass meetings were forbidden on pain of death)

bother

13) (colloq.) a pain to + inf. (it's a pain to get up so early in the morning = it's a pain getting up so early in the morning)

II
v.

1) to pain badly, deeply

2) (R) it pained me to watch them quarrel; it pained me that he did not keep his promise

* * *
[peɪn]
constant
deeply
disappears
dull
ease. kill
excruciating
gnawing
intense
intractable. stubborn
it pained me that he did not keep his promise
maddening. piercing
nagging
referred
severe
sharp pain
shooting: slight: stabbing
soothe pain
sudden
throbbing pain
twinge of pain
under
wears off
upon pain of ('bother'; mass meetings were forbidden on pain of death)
physical (he felt sharp chest pains and went to see the doctor)
take pain (she cannot stand any pain)
experience. suffer pain (she experienced constant pain)
(R) it pained me to watch them quarrel
(a) back
(a) chronic
(an) acute
['penalty'] on
['sensation of suffering'] to cause pain
a spasm
to allay. alleviate
to bear
to feel
to inflict pain on
to pain badly
pain appears
(colloq.) a pain to + inf. (it's a pain to get up so early in the morning s= it's a pain getting up so early in the morning)
in pain (to be in chronic pain)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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