suffer - İspanyolca İngilizce Sözlük
Geçmiş

suffer

Play ENESENus
Play ENESENuk
Play ENESENau


Meanings of "suffer" in Spanish English Dictionary : 36 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
suffer sufrir [v]
suffer padecer [v]
General
suffer cargar [v]
suffer penar [v]
suffer experimentar [v]
suffer correr [v]
suffer resentirse [v]
suffer adolecer de [v]
suffer agonizar [v]
suffer comportar [v] disused
suffer conllevar [v]
suffer empeorar [v]
suffer salir perjudicado [v]
suffer sufrir menoscabo [v]
suffer admitir [v]
suffer adolecer [v]
suffer aguantar [v]
suffer consentir [v]
suffer comportar [v] fig.
suffer endurar [v]
suffer llevar [v]
suffer pasar [v]
suffer tolerar [v]
suffer soportar [v]
suffer sostener [v]
suffer sentir [v]
suffer vencer [v]
suffer un castigo [v]
suffer sufrir una pena [v]
suffer trabajar [v] disused
Idioms
suffer sufrirla [v] MX CL
suffer sufrírselo [v] CL
Colloquial
suffer cargar [v] NI PR VE
suffer cojear [v]
Business
suffer experimentar [v]
suffer sufrir [v]

Meanings of "suffer" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 212 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
suffer (to go through) pasar [v]
General
suffer from adolecer de (sufrir/padecer) [v]
suffer from padecer de [v]
suffer from sufrir de [v]
hat put on beasts of burden when they suffer from hot sun cogotera [f]
suffer from working in hot weather achajuanarse [v] CO
suffer from gangrene gangrenarse [v]
suffer from gangrene agangrenarse [v]
suffer from alcoholism alcoholizarse [v]
suffer hail damage apedrearse [v]
suffer immensely apurar [v] rare
suffer from cancer cancerar [v]
suffer from carnification carnificarse [v]
suffer intense pain or discomfort for a long time cocerse [v]
numbness that silkworms suffer in foggy weather amarillo [m]
suffer with patience sobrellevar [v]
suffer with patience conllevar [v]
suffer intoxication intoxicarse [v]
(for someone) suffer at the hands of sufrir a manos de (alguien) [v]
suffer a heart attack infartarse [v]
suffer through aguantar [v]
suffer through soportar [v]
suffer through tolerar [v]
cause to suffer causar dolor a [v]
cause to suffer molestar [v]
suffer pain angustiar [v]
suffer a mental breakdown enloquecerse [v]
suffer a mental breakdown trastornarse [v]
suffer from cold resfriarse [v]
suffer the consequences cargar con las consecuencias [v]
suffer a disappointment sufrir una desilusión [v]
suffer from an illness padecer de una enfermedad [v]
suffer from an illness sufrir de una enfermedad [v]
suffer a relapse sufrir una recaída [v]
suffer the consequences padecer las consecuencias [v]
suffer an accident sufrir un accidente [v]
suffer a faint sufrir un desmayo [v]
suffer from resentirse de [v]
suffer deprivation of liberty sufrir privación de libertad [v]
suffer from something sufrir de algo [v]
suffer great harm sufrir grandes perjuicios [v]
suffer a lot sufrir lo indecible [v]
suffer a great defeat sufrir una grave derrota [v]
suffer a severe setback sufrir una grave derrota [v]
suffer a letdown sufrir una desilusión [v]
suffer unfair humiliation sufrir vejaciones injustas [v]
suffer greatly sufrir lo indecible [v]
suffer extreme hardship sufrir lo indecible [v]
suffer extremely sufrir lo indecible [v]
suffer the same fate correr la misma suerte [v]
make a person suffer hacer sufrir a una persona [v]
suffer misfortune fatalizarse [v]
suffer some setback achahuistlarse (del nahua) [v] MX
suffer the effects of a fungal disease (leaves of corn or rice) achinillarse [v] CR
suffer (from) adolecer [v]
suffer from a fit/outburst arrebatarse [v] MX CL
suffer sunstroke aterrillarse [v] CU
suffer from mountain sickness asorocharse (del quechua) [v] AR:Nw
suffer from mountain sickness asorocharse (del quechua) [v] EC PE BO CL
suffer from enteritis (horses) atorzonarse [v] MX GT rur.
suffer something upsetting amostazarse [v] EC disused
suffer a strong blow/collision that causes traumatic damage apachurrarse [v] MX VE
suffer from weakness amonguillarse [v] PR
suffer displeasure amostazarse [v] EC disused
suffer from intestinal colic anortarse [v] DO
suffer a fall despapayarse [v] NI CR PA
suffer from reddened skin desafornarse [v] HN SV
suffer an injury to the stomach (animal/person) desfondarse [v] HN:E rur.
suffer from sunken soft spots desmollerarse [v] SV
suffer an accident resulting in grave physical injury desmadrar [v] MX GT HN SV
suffer a defeat descarrilarse [v] MX HN
suffer from irritated skin desafornarse [v] HN SV
suffer a loss descarrilarse [v] MX HN
suffer a hard fall resulting in grave physical injury desmadrar [v] MX GT HN SV
suffer from sunken fontanelles desmollerarse [v] SV
suffer from chafed skin desafornarse [v] HN SV
suffer difficulties, exhaustion, or excessive work fregarse [v] MX GT NI PA CO VE BO CL
patiently suffer an unpleasant situation fuñirse [v] DO
suffer frustration guatearse [v] CL
get upset or suffer from annoyance or tiredness colmarse [v] NI CL UY
suffer repeated hiccups hipear [v] NI
suffer because of a physical, moral, or sentimental pain or from a desperate economic situation karkatir [v] BO:W,C rur.
suffer because of a physical, moral, or sentimental pain or from a desperate economic situation katatir [v] BO:W,C rur.
suffer from altitude sickness emparamarse [v] EC rare
suffer an irritation or cracking of the skin on the buttocks or genitals due to urine pasparse [v] PY AR UY
suffer deterioration due to age reblandecerse [v] AR UY
suffer muscle pains quebrantarse [v] CR
suffer from a disease sonar [v] PE BO AR UY
suffer from working in hot weather achajuanarse [v] CO AR HN
suffer tribulation atribularse [v]
suffer great sorrow desolar [v]
suffer intense and continued pain cocerse [v]
suffer from hoarseness carraspear [v]
suffer illusions ilusionar [v]
suffer pain penar [v]
suffer for another lastar [v] rare
suffer damage perecer [v]
suffer from amenorrhoea opilarse [v]
suffer from hydrophobia rabiar [v]
suffer dreadful pain rabiar [v]
suffer (chastisement) llevar [v]
suffer spasms pasmarse [v]
suffer shipwreck naufragar [v]
suffer nausea nausear [v]
suffer one paroxysm of fever after another subintrar [v]
suffer neglect caer en desuso [v]
o suffer wreck naufragar [v]
suffer for another llevar la pena de otro [v]
suffer the loss perder [v]
Idioms
suffer all kinds of hardships apurar el cáliz hasta las heces [v]
suffer all kinds of hardships beber el cáliz hasta las heces [v]
suffer the blows of misfortune cargar/llevar alguien con la/una/su cruz [v]
suffer a shock darle a alguien un vuelco el corazón [v]
not suffer fools no soportar gente estúpida [v]
not suffer fools no tolerar gente estúpida [v]
not suffer fools gladly no soportar gente estúpida [v]
not suffer fools gladly no tolerar gente estúpida [v]
suffer a lot llorar lágrimas de sangre [v]
suffer the consequences acusar el golpe [v]
suffer a setback tener un contratiempo [v]
suffer a setback tener un revés [v]
suffer an attack sufrir un ataque [v]
suffer from a swollen head ser engreído [v]
suffer the pangs of love sufrir de amor [v]
suffer the same fate sufrir el mismo destino [v]
suffer a misunderstanding padecer engaño [v]
suffer a misapprehension padecer un error [v]
suffer damage to an end pagar peaje [v]
suffer problems pasar un calvario [v]
suffer an ordeal pasar un calvario [v]
suffer the pangs of love penar de amores [v]
suffer the most harm salir malparado de algo [v]
suffer a severe defeat sufrir una grave derrota [v]
suffer a setback sufrir un revés [v]
suffer because of others sudar calenturas ajenas [v] MX NI
suffer deprivation brincar candeladas [v] VE
suffer severe pain ver animitas [v] DO
experience a sudden cooling/drop in temperature and as a result suffer from nephritis/facial paralysis darle el aire [v] EC PE BO
suffer a great disappointment darse con los dientes contra el suelo [v] AR UY
suffer from physical pain parecer caballo cholenco [v] NI
suffer a heart attack fallar la cuchara [v] CL
suffer from tuberculosis estar casual [v] DO
suffer a misfortune or mishap repeatedly estar más torcido que un cuerno [v] GT
suffer a misfortune, a mishap repeatedly, or have a run of bad luck estar torcido [v] GT
suffer the frustration of not receiving what was expected quedar como la gata de abella, mirando la fiambrera [v] UY
suffer a muscular alteration in the face coger un aire [v] VE
suffer damage hacer charqui [v] CL
make a partner suffer in love hacer crujir [v] BO
suffer greatly llevárselo el río [v] GT
suffer greatly llevárselo la gran diabla [v] GT SV
suffer greatly llevárselo la gran madre [v] GT
suffer greatly llevárselo la tiznada [v] GT HN NI
suffer a lot llorar lágrimas [v] NI DO
make someone suffer partir la madona [v] MX
suffer the greatest fright of one's life pasar el susto de la vaca [v] PR
suffer difficulties pasar páramos [v] PA
suffer hardship pasar candelada [v] VE
suffer from hallucinations quedarse apaleando paredes [v] NI drug
suffer frustration from not receiving what was expected quedar como la chancha de la tía Lacha [v] NI
suffer from hallucinations quedar arriba de los palos [v] NI
suffer frustration from not receiving what was expected quedar como la gata de abella, mirando la fiambrera [v] UY
suffer one adversity after another no sentir lo duro sino lo tupido [v] MX
suffer upper body muscle pain soplar aire [v] PY
suffer because of others sudar calenturas ajenas [v] MX NI
suffer a muscular alteration in the face coger un aire [v] VE
Speaking
it's we who suffer nosotros somos lo que sufrimos
will he suffer? ¿sufrirá él?
suffer with me sufre conmigo
Phrasals
suffer under someone soportar el castigo o maltrato de alguien [v]
Colloquial
suffer hardships pasar apuros [v]
suffer a setback comer gallo [v] AMER
suffer from the same defect cojear alguien del mismo pie que otra persona [v]
make people suffer hacer sufrir a la gente [v]
suffer defeat at the hands of sufrir una derrota a manos de [v]
suffer defeat at the hands of ser derrotado a manos de [v]
suffer a dramatic fall descachar [v] CR rare
suffer moral or economic damage fundirse [v] AR UY MX BO PY
make someone suffer physical exhaustion crepar [v] BO
suffer a misfortune or mishap parir [v] BO:W
suffer adversity zapatear [v] BO:W
suffer from constipation trancar [v] PE BO:W CL PY AR:Nw,W
to suffer or worry with jobs or hardships zamaquear [v] PE
suffer from heatstroke ahogarse de calor [v]
suffer a big fall caer como una papaya [v] GT PA
suffer setbacks and misfortunes caer la roya [v] CO
suffer a misfortune from which it will be difficult to recover caer la quincha [v] PE rare
suffer a misfortune caerle gas [v] DO
suffer a big misfortune or for something very harmful to occur caerle gas morao [v] DO
suffer from pre-menstrual syndrome caer enferma [v] VE PY
suffer serious harm cagar [v] BO CL
suffer from cojear [v]
Proverbs
he complains wrongfully at the sea that suffer shipwreck twice sin razón se queja del mar quien otra vez navega [old-fashioned]
you have to suffer in the name of fashion lo que es moda no incomoda
Phrases
suffer a twinge of conscience tener remordimientos [v]
suffer a pang of conscience tener remordimientos [v]
Slang
suffer a fall (especially a woman) despanocharse [v] CR rare
suffer a setback cagar fuego [v] CL AR UY
suffer a serious accident despicharse [v] CR
suffer irreparable damage cagar [v] PR CL rare
Business
suffer consequences sufrir consecuencias [v]
suffer damages sufrir daños [v]
suffer losses sufrir pérdidas [v]
suffer a joss asumir una pérdida [v]
suffer damage sufrir daños
Law
suffer a relapse recaer [v]
Medicine
suffer ankylosis anquilosarse [v]
Psychology
suffer from bipolar disorder bipolar [adj]
Veterinary
suffer from alcanzarse [v]
suffer from colic/gripes atorozonarse [v]
Agriculture
suffer from padecer [v]
Traffic
know the facts or suffer the consequences conoce la realidad o sufre las consecuencias
Naval Forces
suffer damage sufrir danos [v]