hurt


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

hurt

 (hûrt)
v. hurt, hurt·ing, hurts
v.tr.
1.
a. To cause physical damage or pain to (an individual or a body part); injure: The fall hurt his back.
b. To experience injury or pain to or in (an individual or a body part): I hurt my knee skiing.
2. To cause mental or emotional suffering to; distress: The remark hurt his feelings.
3. To cause physical damage to (something); harm: The frost hurt the orange crop.
4. To be detrimental to; hinder or impair: The scandal hurt the candidate's chances for victory.
v.intr.
1. To have or produce a feeling of physical pain or discomfort: My leg hurts.
2.
a. To cause distress or damage: Parental neglect hurts.
b. To have an adverse effect: "It never hurt to have a friend at court" (Tom Clancy).
3. Informal To experience distress, especially of a financial kind; be in need: "Even in a business that's hurting there's always a guy who can make a buck" (New York).
n.
1. Something that hurts; a pain, injury, or wound.
2. Mental suffering; anguish: getting over the hurt of reading the letter.
3. A wrong; harm: What hurt have you done to them?

[Middle English hurten, possibly from Old French hurter, to bang into, perhaps of Germanic origin.]

hurt′er n.

hurt

(hɜːt)
vb, hurts, hurting or hurt
1. to cause physical pain to (someone or something)
2. to cause emotional pain or distress to (someone)
3. to produce a painful sensation in (someone): the bruise hurts.
4. (intr) informal to feel pain
n
5. physical, moral, or mental pain or suffering
6. (Medicine) a wound, cut, or sore
7. damage or injury; harm
adj
injured or pained physically or emotionally: a hurt knee; a hurt look.
[C12 hurten to hit, from Old French hurter to knock against, probably of Germanic origin; compare Old Norse hrūtr ram, Middle High German hurt a collision]
ˈhurter n

hurt

(hɜːt) or

whort

n
(Plants) dialect Southern English another name for whortleberry

hurt

(hɜrt)

v. hurt, hurt•ing,
n., adj. v.t.
1. to cause bodily injury to; injure.
2. to cause bodily pain to or in: The old wound still hurts him.
3. to damage or impair (a material object) by rough use, improper care, etc.: Stains can't hurt this fabric.
4. to affect adversely; harm: to hurt one's reputation.
5. to offend or grieve: to hurt one's feelings.
v.i.
6. to feel or suffer bodily or mental pain or distress; ache: My back still hurts.
7. to cause bodily or mental pain or distress: The blow to her pride hurt most.
8. to cause injury, damage, or harm.
9. to suffer want or need.
n.
10. a blow that inflicts a wound or the wound so inflicted.
11. injury, damage, or harm.
12. the cause of mental pain or offense, as a slight or insult.
adj.
13. physically injured.
14. offended; unfavorably affected: hurt pride.
15. suggesting that one has been offended or is suffering in mind: a hurt look on one's face.
16. damaged: hurt merchandise.
[1150–1200; Middle English: to injure, knock together, appar. < Old French hurter to knock (against), oppose, probably a v. derivative of Frankish *hûrt ram, c. Old Norse hrūtr]
hurt′er, n.

hurt

  • aposiopesis - Stopping in the middle of a statement upon realizing that someone's feelings are hurt or about to be hurt; when a sentence trails off or falls silent, that is an aposiopesis.
  • innocent - From Latin in-, "free from," and nocere, "hurt, injure."
  • innocuous - "Harmless, not hurtful," from Latin in-, "not," and nocere, "to hurt."
  • collide - Its Latin base is laedere, "hurt by striking."

hurt

Hurt can be a verb or an adjective.

1. used as a verb

If you hurt yourself or hurt a part of your body, you accidentally injure yourself. The past tense and -ed participle of hurt is hurt.

The boy fell down and hurt himself.
How did you hurt your finger?

If a part of your body hurts, you feel pain there.

My leg was beginning to hurt.

In American English, you can also say that a person hurts.

When that anesthetic wears off, you're going to hurt a bit.

Some British speakers also use hurt like this, but this use is not generally accepted in British English.

2. used as an adjective

You can use hurt as an adjective to describe an injured person.

He was hurt in a serious accident.
Luckily no-one was hurt but both vehicles were badly damaged.

If someone has a bad injury, don't say that they are 'very hurt'. Say that they are badly hurt or seriously hurt.

The soldier was badly hurt.
Last year 5,000 children were seriously hurt in car accidents.

In British English you do not usually use 'hurt' in front of a noun. Don't, for example, talk about 'a hurt soldier'. You say 'an injured soldier'.

See injure

hurt


Past participle: hurt
Gerund: hurting

Imperative
hurt
hurt
Present
I hurt
you hurt
he/she/it hurts
we hurt
you hurt
they hurt
Preterite
I hurt
you hurt
he/she/it hurt
we hurt
you hurt
they hurt
Present Continuous
I am hurting
you are hurting
he/she/it is hurting
we are hurting
you are hurting
they are hurting
Present Perfect
I have hurt
you have hurt
he/she/it has hurt
we have hurt
you have hurt
they have hurt
Past Continuous
I was hurting
you were hurting
he/she/it was hurting
we were hurting
you were hurting
they were hurting
Past Perfect
I had hurt
you had hurt
he/she/it had hurt
we had hurt
you had hurt
they had hurt
Future
I will hurt
you will hurt
he/she/it will hurt
we will hurt
you will hurt
they will hurt
Future Perfect
I will have hurt
you will have hurt
he/she/it will have hurt
we will have hurt
you will have hurt
they will have hurt
Future Continuous
I will be hurting
you will be hurting
he/she/it will be hurting
we will be hurting
you will be hurting
they will be hurting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hurting
you have been hurting
he/she/it has been hurting
we have been hurting
you have been hurting
they have been hurting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hurting
you will have been hurting
he/she/it will have been hurting
we will have been hurting
you will have been hurting
they will have been hurting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hurting
you had been hurting
he/she/it had been hurting
we had been hurting
you had been hurting
they had been hurting
Conditional
I would hurt
you would hurt
he/she/it would hurt
we would hurt
you would hurt
they would hurt
Past Conditional
I would have hurt
you would have hurt
he/she/it would have hurt
we would have hurt
you would have hurt
they would have hurt
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hurt - any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.hurt - any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
health problem, ill health, unhealthiness - a state in which you are unable to function normally and without pain
brain damage - injury to the brain that impairs its functions (especially permanently); can be caused by trauma to the head, infection, hemorrhage, inadequate oxygen, genetic abnormality, etc.
birth trauma - physical injury to an infant during the birth process
blast trauma - injury caused the explosion of a bomb (especially in enclosed spaces)
bleeding, haemorrhage, hemorrhage - the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel
blunt trauma - injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car)
bruise, contusion - an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration
bump - a lump on the body caused by a blow
burn - an injury caused by exposure to heat or chemicals or radiation
dislocation - a displacement of a part (especially a bone) from its normal position (as in the shoulder or the vertebral column)
electric shock - trauma caused by the passage of electric current through the body (as from contact with high voltage lines or being struck by lightning); usually involves burns and abnormal heart rhythm and unconsciousness
fracture, break - breaking of hard tissue such as bone; "it was a nasty fracture"; "the break seems to have been caused by a fall"
cryopathy, frostbite - destruction of tissue by freezing and characterized by tingling, blistering and possibly gangrene
intravasation - entry of foreign matter into a blood vessel
penetrating injury, penetrating trauma - injury incurred when an object (as a knife or bullet or shrapnel) penetrates into the body
pinch - an injury resulting from getting some body part squeezed
rupture - state of being torn or burst open
insect bite, sting, bite - a painful wound caused by the thrust of an insect's stinger into skin
strain - injury to a muscle (often caused by overuse); results in swelling and pain
whiplash, whiplash injury - an injury to the neck (the cervical vertebrae) resulting from rapid acceleration or deceleration (as in an automobile accident)
wale, weal, welt, wheal - a raised mark on the skin (as produced by the blow of a whip); characteristic of many allergic reactions
wound, lesion - an injury to living tissue (especially an injury involving a cut or break in the skin)
wrench, pull, twist - a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments; "the wrench to his knee occurred as he fell"; "he was sidelined with a hamstring pull"
2.hurt - psychological suffering; "the death of his wife caused him great distress"
painfulness, pain - emotional distress; a fundamental feeling that people try to avoid; "the pain of loneliness"
anguish, torture, torment - extreme mental distress
self-torment, self-torture - self-imposed distress
tsoris - (Yiddish) trouble and suffering
wound - a figurative injury (to your feelings or pride); "he feared that mentioning it might reopen the wound"; "deep in her breast lives the silent wound"; "The right reader of a good poem can tell the moment it strikes him that he has taken an immortal wound--that he will never get over it"--Robert Frost
3.hurt - feelings of mental or physical pain
painfulness, pain - emotional distress; a fundamental feeling that people try to avoid; "the pain of loneliness"
agony, torment, torture - intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain; "an agony of doubt"; "the torments of the damned"
throes - violent pangs of suffering; "death throes"
discomfort, soreness, irritation - an uncomfortable feeling of mental painfulness or distress
4.hurt - a damage or loss
expense - a detriment or sacrifice; "at the expense of"
damage, impairment, harm - the occurrence of a change for the worse
5.hurt - the act of damaging something or someone
change of integrity - the act of changing the unity or wholeness of something
impairment - damage that results in a reduction of strength or quality
defacement, disfiguration, disfigurement - the act of damaging the appearance or surface of something; "the defacement of an Italian mosaic during the Turkish invasion"; "he objected to the dam's massive disfigurement of the landscape"
wounding, wound - the act of inflicting a wound
burn - damage inflicted by fire
defloration - an act that despoils the innocence or beauty of something
Verb1.hurt - be the source of painhurt - be the source of pain    
sting, bite, burn - cause a sharp or stinging pain or discomfort; "The sun burned his face"
burn - feel hot or painful; "My eyes are burning"
itch - have or perceive an itch; "I'm itching--the air is so dry!"
hunger - feel the need to eat
thirst - feel the need to drink
act up - make itself felt as a recurring pain; "My arthritis is acting up again"
throb - pulsate or pound with abnormal force; "my head is throbbing"; "Her heart was throbbing"
shoot - cause a sharp and sudden pain in; "The pain shot up her leg"
cause to be perceived - have perceptible qualities
2.hurt - give trouble or pain to; "This exercise will hurt your back"
indispose - cause to feel unwell; "She was indisposed"
injure, wound - cause injuries or bodily harm to
pain, ail, trouble - cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed
disagree with - not be very easily digestible; "Spicy food disagrees with some people"
3.hurt - cause emotional anguish or make miserablehurt - cause emotional anguish or make miserable; "It pains me to see my children not being taught well in school"
discomfit, discompose, untune, upset, disconcert - cause to lose one's composure
break someone's heart - cause deep emotional pain and grief to somebody; "The young man broke the girl's heart when he told her was going to marry her best friend"
agonise, agonize - cause to agonize
try - give pain or trouble to; "I've been sorely tried by these students"
excruciate, torment, torture, rack - torment emotionally or mentally
4.hurt - cause damage or affect negatively; "Our business was hurt by the new competition"
damage - inflict damage upon; "The snow damaged the roof"; "She damaged the car when she hit the tree"
5.hurt - hurt the feelings of; "She hurt me when she did not include me among her guests"; "This remark really bruised my ego"
affront, diss, insult - treat, mention, or speak to rudely; "He insulted her with his rude remarks"; "the student who had betrayed his classmate was dissed by everyone"
arouse, elicit, evoke, provoke, enkindle, kindle, fire, raise - call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses); "arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"
lacerate - deeply hurt the feelings of; distress; "his lacerating remarks"
sting - cause an emotional pain, as if by stinging; "His remark stung her"
abase, chagrin, humiliate, humble, mortify - cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of; "He humiliated his colleague by criticising him in front of the boss"
6.hurt - feel physical painhurt - feel physical pain; "Were you hurting after the accident?"
perceive, comprehend - to become aware of through the senses; "I could perceive the ship coming over the horizon"
catch, get - suffer from the receipt of; "She will catch hell for this behavior!"
twinge - feel a sudden sharp, local pain
twinge, prick, sting - cause a stinging pain; "The needle pricked his skin"
kill - be the source of great pain for; "These new shoes are killing me!"
7.hurt - feel pain or be in pain
have - suffer from; be ill with; "She has arthritis"
choke, gag, strangle, suffocate - struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake; "he swallowed a fishbone and gagged"
ail - be ill or unwell
famish, starve, hunger - be hungry; go without food; "Let's eat--I'm starving!"
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
Adj.1.hurt - suffering from physical injury especially that suffered in battlehurt - suffering from physical injury especially that suffered in battle; "nursing his wounded arm"; "ambulances...for the hurt men and women"
injured - harmed; "injured soldiers"; "injured feelings"
2.hurt - damaged inanimate objects or their value
damaged - harmed or injured or spoiled; "I won't buy damaged goods"; "the storm left a wake of badly damaged buildings"

hurt

verb
1. injure, damage, wound, cut, disable, bruise, scrape, impair, gash He had hurt his back in an accident.
injure restore, repair, heal, cure, relieve, soothe, alleviate
2. ache, be sore, be painful, burn, smart, sting, throb, be tender His collar bone only hurt when he lifted his arm.
3. harm, injure, molest, ill-treat, maltreat, lay a finger on Did they hurt you?
4. upset, distress, pain, wound, annoy, sting, grieve, afflict, sadden, cut to the quick, aggrieve I'll go. I've hurt you enough.
5. damage, harm, ruin, mar, undermine, wreck, spoil, sabotage, blight, jeopardize They don't want to hurt their husband's careers.
noun
1. distress, suffering, pain, grief, misery, agony, sadness, sorrow, woe, anguish, heartache, wretchedness I was full of jealousy and hurt.
distress delight, pleasure, joy, happiness
2. harm, trouble, damage, wrong, loss, injury, misfortune, mischief, affliction I am sorry for any hurt that it may have caused.
adjective
1. injured, wounded, damaged, harmed, cut, scratched, bruised, scarred, scraped, grazed They were dazed but did not seem to be badly hurt.
injured restored, repaired, healed, relieved, soothed, alleviated, assuaged
2. upset, pained, injured, wounded, sad, crushed, offended, aggrieved, miffed (informal), rueful, piqued He gave me a slightly hurt look.
upset calmed, consoled, placated

hurt

verb
1. To cause physical damage to:
2. To have or cause a feeling of physical pain or discomfort:
3. To cause suffering or painful sorrow to:
4. To spoil the soundness or perfection of:
noun
1. A state of physical or mental suffering:
2. The action or result of inflicting loss or pain:
Translations
مَجْروحمَجْرُوحٌمُنْزَعِج، مَجْروحيُؤْذِييُؤْذي، يُؤْلِم
boletporanitzraněnýzranitranit
skadesmertegøre ondtsåresåret
satuttaakoskealoukkaantunutsattua
boljetiozlijeditipovrijeđen
fájmegsérültsértve
luka
finna til; valda verkjummeiðameiîa, særa, slasasærasæra; móîga
傷ついた傷つける
(...을) 다치게 하다다친
įskaudintasįskaudintiįžeidumasįžeidusįžeidžiai
aizvainotaizvainotsievainotievainotskaitēt
zrazený
boletipoškodovatipovzročati bolečinoprizadetiraniti
göra illasårad
เจ็บได้รับบาดเจ็บทำให้บาดเจ็บ
đau đớnlàm đau

hurt

[hɜːt] (hurt (pt, pp))
A. VT
1. (= do physical damage to) → hacer daño a, lastimar (LAm)
how did you hurt your finger/leg?¿cómo te has hecho daño en el dedo/la pierna?, ¿cómo te has lastimado el dedo/la pierna? (LAm)
ten people were hurt in the accidentdiez personas resultaron heridas en el accidente
to hurt o.s.hacerse daño, lastimarse (LAm)
did you hurt yourself?¿te has hecho daño?, ¿te has lastimado? (LAm)
mind you don't hurt yourselfcuidado no te hagas daño
he's not badly hurtno está herido de gravedad
to get hurtresultar herido
someone is bound to get hurtseguro que alguien resulta herido
to hurt a fly he wouldn't hurt a flysería incapaz de matar una mosca
2. (= cause physical pain to) did I hurt you?¿te he hecho daño?, ¿te he lastimado? (LAm)
stop it! you're hurting me!¡para! ¡me estás haciendo daño!, ¡para! ¡me estás lastimando! (LAm)
my leg is hurting meme duele la pierna
my feet are hurting meme duelen los pies
3. (= have bad effect on)
3.1. [+ person] it wouldn't hurt you to tryno pierdes nada intentándolo
it wouldn't hurt her to try and save some moneyno le vendría mal intentar ahorrar algo de dinero
one little glass of wine won't hurt himun vasito de vino no le va a hacer daño
a little hard work never hurt anyonenadie se ha muerto nunca por trabajar un poco duro, trabajar duro nunca le ha hecho daño a nadie
3.2. [+ prospects, chances, reputation] → perjudicar
high interest rates are hurting small businesseslos tipos de interés altos están perjudicando a las pequeñas empresas
4. (= cause emotional pain to) → hacer daño a
I was deeply hurt by his attitudesu actitud me hizo mucho daño
I didn't mean to hurt youno era mi intención hacerte sufrir or hacerte daño
this is going to hurt me much more than it's going to hurt youesto me va a doler mucho más a mí que a ti
to be easily hurtser muy susceptible
you've hurt her feelingsla has ofendido
his feelings were hurt by what you saidlo que dijiste lo ofendió or hirió sus sentimientos
she was bound to get hurtestaba claro que iba a terminar sufriendo
B. VI
1. (= give physical pain) [arm, leg, foot, etc] → doler
my arm hurtsme duele el brazo
my feet hurtme duelen los pies
ow, that hurts!¡ay! ¡duele!
it doesn't hurt muchno duele mucho
it only hurts a little bitsolo duele un poquito
it hurts when I walkme duele cuando ando or al andar
does it hurt?¿te duele?
where does it hurt?¿dónde te duele?
I hurt all overme duele todo el cuerpo
my shoes are hurtingme hacen daño los zapatos
to kick/hit sb where it hurts kick him where it hurts!¡dale una buena patada donde más les duele (a los hombres)!
she hit him where it hurts - in his walletle dio donde más le duele - en la cartera
2. (= give emotional pain) → doler
it hurts to admit it butduele or cuesta admitirlo pero ...
the truth hurtsla verdad duele
3. (= do harm) it doesn't hurt to askpor preguntar no se pierde nada
it wouldn't hurt to let your mum know you'll be lateno te costaría nada avisarle a tu madre que vas a llegar tarde
4. (esp US) (= feel pain) → sufrir
C. ADJ
1. (= injured) [part of body] → lastimado
James, are you hurt?James, ¿te has hecho daño?, James, ¿te has lastimado? (esp LAm)
2. (= upset) [person, tone] → dolido
he gave me a slightly hurt lookme miró un poco dolido
to be/feel hurtestar/sentirse dolido
D. N (= emotional pain) → dolor m, pena f

hurt

[ˈhɜːrt]
vb [hurt] [ˈhɜːrt] (pt, pp)
vt
(= cause physical pain to) → faire mal à
You're hurting me! → Tu me fais mal!
to hurt one's arm → se faire mal au bras
I hurt my arm → Je me suis fait mal au bras.
to hurt one's foot → se faire mal au pied
to hurt o.s. → se faire mal
I fell over and hurt myself → Je me suis fait mal en tombant.
(= injure) → blesser
Is he badly hurt? → Est-ce qu'il est grièvement blessé?
He was hurt in the leg → Il a été blessé à la jambe.
Luckily, nobody got hurt → Heureusement, il n'y a pas eu de blessés.
(= cause emotional pain to) → blesser
His remarks really hurt me → Ses remarques m'ont vraiment blessé.
I was hurt by what he said → J'ai été blessé par ce qu'il a dit.
to hurt sb's feelings → blesser qn
I didn't want to hurt your feelings → Je ne voulais pas vous blesser.
(= damage) [+ business, interests] → nuire à
vi
(= be painful) → faire mal
That hurts → Ça fait mal.
It hurts to have a tooth out → Ça fait mal de se faire arracher une dent.
Where does it hurt? → est-ce que ça vous fait mal?, Où avez-vous mal?
My leg hurts
BUT J'ai mal à la jambe.
it won't hurt to ... (= will be useful) → ça ne fera pas de mal de ...
adj
(emotionally) [feelings, look] → blessé(e)
to feel hurt → être blessé(e)
(= injured) to be hurt → être blessé(e)

hurt

vb: pret, ptp <hurt>
vt
(lit, fig) (= cause pain) person, animalwehtun (+dat); (= injure)verletzen; to hurt oneselfsich (dat)wehtun; to hurt one’s armsich (dat)am Arm wehtun; (= injure)sich (dat)den Arm verletzen; my arm is hurting memein Arm tut mir weh, mir tut der Arm weh; if you go on like that someone is bound to get hurtwenn ihr so weitermacht, verletzt sich bestimmt noch jemand
(= harm)schaden (+dat); it won’t hurt him to waites schadet ihm gar nicht(s), wenn er etwas wartet or warten muss; it never hurts to talk to somebodyes kann nie schaden, mit jemandem zu sprechen; walking on the grass doesn’t hurt ites schadet dem Gras nicht, wenn man darauf (herum)läuft; those most hurt by this measuredie von dieser Maßnahme am stärksten Betroffenen
vi
(= be painful)wehtun; (fig)wehtun, verletzend sein; that hurts! (lit, fig)das tut weh!; nothing hurts like the truthnichts schmerzt mehr or tut mehr weh als die Wahrheit; I love him so much it hurtsich liebe ihn so sehr, dass es wehtut
(= do harm)schaden; but surely one drink won’t hurtaber ein Gläschen kann doch wohl nicht schaden
nSchmerz m; (baby-talk)Wehweh nt; (to feelings) → Verletzung f (→ to +gen); (to reputation etc) → Schädigung f (→ to +gen)
adj limb, feelingsverletzt; tone, lookgekränkt

hurt

[hɜːt] (hurt (vb: pt, pp))
1. vt
a. (injure, also) (fig) → ferire; (cause pain to, harm) → far male a
I hurt my arm → mi sono fatto male al braccio
to hurt o.s. → farsi male
where does it hurt you? → dove ti fa male?
to get hurt → farsi male (emotionally) → essere ferito/a
to hurt sb's feelings → colpire la suscettibilità di qn
b. (business, interests) → colpire, danneggiare
2. vifar male
my arm hurts → mi fa male il braccio
where does it hurt? → dove ti fa male?
that hurts! → che male!
3. ndolore m
4. adj (foot) → ferito/a; (feelings, look, tone) → offeso/a

hurt

(həːt) past tense, past participle hurt verb
1. to injure or cause pain to. I hurt my hand on that broken glass.
2. to upset (a person or his feelings). He hurt me / my feelings by ignoring me.
3. to be painful. My tooth hurts.
4. to do harm (to) or have a bad effect (on). It wouldn't hurt you to work late just once.
adjective
1. upset; distressed. She felt very hurt at/by his behaviour; her hurt feelings.
2. injured. Are you badly hurt?
ˈhurtful adjective
causing distress. a hurtful remark.
ˈhurtfully adverb
ˈhurtfulness noun

hurt

مَجْرُوحٌ, يُؤْذِي zraněný, zranit såret, skade verletzen, verletzt πληγωμένος, πληγώνω hacer daño, herido loukkaantunut, satuttaa blessé, blesser ozlijediti, povrijeđen ferire, ferito 傷ついた, 傷つける (...을) 다치게 하다, 다친 gewond, pijn doen skade, skadet zranić, zraniony machucado, machucar, magoado, magoar пострадавший, причинять боль göra illa, sårad ได้รับบาดเจ็บ, ทำให้บาดเจ็บ incinmiş, incitmek đau đớn, làm đau 伤害, 受伤害的

hurt

vt. lastimar, herir, hacer daño, dañar.

hurt

vt (pret & pp hurt) (to cause pain) doler, hacer daño; (to injure) lesionar, lastimar; (to harm) hacer daño, dañar, lesionar, lastimar, hacer(le) mal; This won’t hurt you.. Esto no le va a doler …I’m not going to hurt you..No voy a hacerle daño…Did you hurt your finger?…¿Se lesionó el dedo?..¿Se lastimó el dedo?…Eating seeds won’t hurt you..Comer semillas no le hará mal; to get — lesionarse, lastimarse; to — (someone’s) feelings herir los sentimientos (de alguien); She hurt his feelings..Ella hirió sus sentimientos; to — oneself lesionarse, lastimarse; Did you hurt yourself?..¿Se lesionó?..¿Se lastimó?; vi doler, sentir dolor; Where does it hurt?..¿Dónde le duele?…Do you hurt all over?..¿Le duele todo?… Tell me if it hurts..Dígame si le duele ..Dígame si siente dolor.
References in classic literature ?
Beth's bundle was such a funny one that everybody wanted to laugh, but nobody did, for it would have hurt her feelings very much.
Some were amusing, some almost beautiful, and one, a woman all drawn out of shape, hurt the old man by her grotesqueness.
The big yellow and brown ones won't hurt you; they're bull-snakes and help to keep the gophers down.
That lady seemed at a loss to make a selection, but finally settled upon a stick of nougat, wondering if it were not too rich; whether it could possibly hurt her.
I tried to lift and push it until I was lame, and then I got so angry I bit off a little piece at one corner--but it hurt my teeth.
No, that's just it; I felt awfully hurt and injured that he did not come up and speak to ME
She was absurdly hurt, moreover, by the slight and idle effect that her setting up shop--an event of such breathless interest to herself--appeared to have upon the public, of which these two men were the nearest representatives.
I walked round the church, hesitating, hovering; I reflected that I had already, with him, hurt myself beyond repair.
The fourth duel was a tremendous encounter; but at the end of five or six minutes the surgeon interfered once more: another man so severely hurt as to render it unsafe to add to his harms.
I'm sorry I hurt you, Linton,' she said at length, racked beyond endurance.
I shall never hurt your heart," she said; and suddenly turned her back on Magdalen as she spoke the words.
They had made a chair of their hands and were careful not to hurt her.