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strick·en

 (strĭk′ən)
v.
A past participle of strike.
adj.
1. Struck or wounded, as by a projectile.
2.
a. Affected by something overwhelming, such as disease, trouble, or painful emotion.
b. Incapacitated; disabled.
3. Having the contents made even with the top of a measuring device or container; level: a stricken measure of flour.

stricken

(ˈstrɪkən)
adj
1. (Pathology) laid low, as by disease or sickness
2. deeply affected, as by grief, love, etc
3. (Pathology) archaic wounded or injured
[C14: past participle of strike]
ˈstrickenly adv

strick•en

(ˈstrɪk ən)

v.
1. a pp. of strike.
adj.
2. wounded by or as if by a missile.
3. beset or afflicted, as with disease, trouble, or sorrow.
4. characterized by or showing the effects of affliction: stricken features.
[1610–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stricken - grievously affected especially by diseasestricken - grievously affected especially by disease
ill, sick - affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function; "ill from the monotony of his suffering"
2.stricken - (used in combination) affected by something overwhelming; "conscience-smitten"; "awe-struck"
combining form - a bound form used only in compounds; "`hemato-' is a combining form in words like `hematology'"
affected - acted upon; influenced
3.stricken - put out of action (by illness)
ill, sick - affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function; "ill from the monotony of his suffering"

stricken

adjective affected, hit, afflicted, struck, injured, struck down, smitten, laid low Foreign aid workers will not be allowed into the stricken areas. a family stricken by genetically inherited cancer
Translations
مَضْروب ، مُصاب
posedlýsklíčenýzasažený
ramtslagen
sújtott
sleginn
apimtasištiktasužkluptas
bēdu sagrauztsgrief-strickenpanic-strickenpanikas pārņemtspiemeklēts
postihnutý
tutulmuşuğramış

stricken

[ˈstrɪkən]
A. (o.f.) PP of strike
B. ADJ
1. (= distressed, upset) → afligido, acongojado
to be stricken withestar afligido por
to be stricken with griefestar agobiado por el dolor
she was stricken with remorsele remordía la conciencia
2. (= damaged) [ship etc] → destrozado, dañado; (= wounded) → herido; (= ill) → enfermo; (= suffering) → afligido; (= doomed) → condenado
the stricken familieslas familias afligidas
the stricken cityla ciudad condenada, la ciudad destrozada

stricken

[ˈstrɪkən] adj [face, voice] → très éprouvé(e); [area] → dévasté(e); [ship, boat] → très endommagé(e)
to be stricken with, to be stricken by [person] (fear)être en proie à; (illness, grief)être frappé(e) par
to be stricken with, to be stricken by [city, area] (drought, famine, disease)être frappé(e) par

stricken

(old) ptp of strike
adj (liter: = wounded) → verwundet; (= afflicted)leidgeprüft, schwer geprüft; (with grief) → schmerzerfüllt, gramgebeugt (liter); (= ill)leidend (geh); ship, planein Not; (= horrified) personwie vom Blitz getroffen or vom Donner gerührt; expressionniedergeschlagen; stricken with guilt/fear etcvon Schuld/Angst etc erfüllt, von Angst ergriffen; stricken in yearshochbetagt (geh); to be stricken by or with illnessleidend sein (geh); to be stricken with blindnessmit Blindheit geschlagen sein (geh); to be stricken by drought/faminevon Dürre/Hungersnot geplagt or heimgesucht werden

stricken

[ˈstrɪkn]
1. (old) pp of strike
2. adj (distressed, upset) → colpito/a; (wounded) → ferito/a; (damaged, ship) → in avaria; (city) → colpito/a
grief stricken → affranto/a
she was stricken with remorse → fu presa dal rimorso

stricken

(ˈstrikən) adjective
deeply affected, overwhelmed or afflicted. In his youth he was stricken with a crippling disease; grief-stricken parents; panic-stricken crowds.

stricken

a. afectado-a súbitamente; afligido-a.
References in classic literature ?
Then follow, for we are losing moments that are as precious as the heart's blood to a stricken deer
There she beheld another countenance, of a man well stricken in years, a pale, thin, scholar-like visage, with eyes dim and bleared by the lamp-light that had served them to pore over many ponderous books.
It was as if, while I took in--what I did take in--all the rest of the scene had been stricken with death.