achy

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ach·y

 (ā′kē)
adj. ach·i·er, ach·i·est
Experiencing aches.

ach′i·ness n.
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achy

(ˈeɪkɪ)
adj, achier or achiest
affected by a continuous dull pain; aching
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ach•y

(ˈeɪ ki)

adj. ach•i•er, ach•i•est.
having or suffering from aches: an achy back.
[1870–75]
ach′i•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.achy - causing a dull and steady painachy - causing a dull and steady pain; "my aching head"; "her old achy joints"
painful - causing physical or psychological pain; "worked with painful slowness"
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achy

adjective
Marked by, causing, or experiencing physical pain:
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Translations

achy

[ˈeɪkɪ] ADJdolorido
to feel achysentirse dolorido
I feel achy all overme duele todo
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achy

[ˈeɪki] adjcourbaturé(e)
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achy

adj (inf)schmerzend; I feel achy all overmir tut alles weh
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One of the center's 35-foot wide "primadomes," geodesic metal domes with latticed wire exteriors, features gently sloping wooden ramps, resembling something like a tree house for a person in a wheelchair, or a kind of old-folks' home for the achiest and most arthritic chimps.