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pain·less

 (pān′lĭs)
adj.
Free from complication or pain: a painless operation.

pain′less·ly adv.
pain′less·ness n.

painless

(ˈpeɪnlɪs)
adj
1. not causing pain or distress
2. not affected by pain
ˈpainlessly adv
ˈpainlessness n

pain•less

(ˈpeɪn lɪs)

adj.
1. without pain; causing little or no pain.
2. not difficult; requiring little exertion.
[1560–70]
pain′less•ly, adv.
pain′less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.painless - requiring little hard work or exertion; "a painless solution to the problem"
easy - posing no difficulty; requiring little effort; "an easy job"; "an easy problem"; "an easy victory"; "the house is easy to heat"; "satisfied with easy answers"; "took the easy way out of his dilemma"
2.painless - not causing physical or psychological pain; "painless dentistry"
harmless - not causing or capable of causing harm; "harmless bacteria"; "rendered the bomb harmless"
painful - causing physical or psychological pain; "worked with painful slowness"

painless

adjective
1. pain-free, without pain The operation is a brief, painless procedure.
2. simple, easy, fast, quick, no trouble, effortless, trouble-free There are no painless solutions to the problem.
Translations
غَيْر مؤلِم، بدون ألم
bezbolestný
smertefri
fájdalommentes
sársaukalaus
bezbolestný
neboleč

painless

[ˈpeɪnlɪs] ADJ
1. (= without pain) → indoloro, sin dolor
painless childbirthparto m sin dolor
2. (fig) (= easy) → sin mayores dificultades

painless

[ˈpeɪnləs] adj
(= without pain) [operation, treatment] → indolore; [death, childbirth] → sans douleur
Acupuncture treatment is gentle, painless and relaxing → Le traitement par l'acupuncture est doux, indolore et relaxant.
The operation itself is a painless procedure → L'opération en soi est indolore.
(= not difficult) [solution, process] → indolore
There are no easy or painless solutions to the problem → Il n'y a pas de solution facile ou indolore à ce problème.
a painless way to stop inflation → une manière indolore d'arrêter l'inflation
to be fairly painless → n'être pas bien méchant
Changing your bank is generally fairly painless → En général, changer de banque n'est pas bien méchant.

painless

adjschmerzlos; I promise you the interview will be quite painless (inf)ich versichere Ihnen, dass das Interview kurz und schmerzlos wird (inf); a procedure which makes paying completely painless (inf)ein Verfahren, bei dem Sie von der Bezahlung überhaupt nichts merken; don’t worry, it’s quite painless (inf)keine Angst, es tut gar nicht weh

painless

[ˈpeɪnlɪs] adj (gen) → indolore (fig) (exam) → non troppo difficile; (interview) → non spiacevole

pain

(pein) noun
hurt or suffering of the body or mind. a pain in the chest.
verb
to cause suffering or upset to (someone). It pained her to admit that she was wrong.
pained adjective
showing or expressing pain. a pained expression.
ˈpainful adjective
causing pain. a painful injury.
ˈpainfully adverb
ˈpainless adjective
without pain. painless childbirth.
ˈpainlessly adverb
ˈpainkiller noun
a drug etc which lessens or removes pain.
ˈpainstaking (ˈpeinz-) adjective
going to great trouble and taking great care. a painstaking student.
a pain in the neck
a person who is constantly annoying. People who are always complaining are a pain in the neck.
take pains
to take great trouble and care (to do something). He took great pains to make sure we enjoyed ourselves.

painless

a. sin dolor, indoloro-a, anodino-a; [easy] fácil.

painless

adj indoloro (form), sin dolor, que no causa dolor
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