pained


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pain

 (pān)
n.
1.
a. An unpleasant feeling occurring as a result of injury or disease, usually localized in some part of the body: felt pains in his chest.
b. Bodily suffering characterized by such feelings: drugs to treat pain.
2.
a. Mental or emotional suffering; distress.
b. An instance of this: the pains of humiliation.
3. pains The pangs of childbirth.
4. pains Great care or effort: taking pains with one's work.
5. Informal A source of annoyance; a nuisance: Stuffing all these envelopes is a real pain.
tr.v. pained, pain·ing, pains
1. To cause physical pain to; hurt: My feet really pained me after the hike.
2. To cause mental or emotional distress to: "It pained him to remember every little thing about her" (John Irving).
Idiom:
on/under pain of
Subject to the penalty of (a specified punishment, such as death).

[Middle English, from Old French peine, from Latin poena, penalty, pain, from Greek poinē, penalty; see kwei- in Indo-European roots.]
Synonyms: pain, ache, pang, stitch, throe, twinge
These nouns denote a sensation of severe physical discomfort: abdominal pain; aches in my leg; the pangs of a cramped muscle; a stitch in my side; the throes of dying; a twinge of arthritis.

pained

(peɪnd)
adj
having or expressing pain or distress, esp mental or emotional distress: a pained expression.

pained

(peɪnd)

adj.
1. hurt; injured.
2. showing or expressing distress, resentment, or hurt feelings: a pained look.
[1300–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pained - hurt or upset; "she looked offended"; "face had a pained and puzzled expression"
displeased - not pleased; experiencing or manifesting displeasure

pained

adjective distressed, worried, hurt, injured, wounded, upset, unhappy, stung, offended, aggrieved, anguished, miffed (informal), reproachful He looked at me with a pained expression.
Translations
مُتألِّم
bolestný
forpint
raunalegur

pained

[peɪnd] ADJ [expression] → dolorido, de dolor; [voice] → afligido
Frank gave him a pained lookFrank le dirigió una mirada dolorida or de dolor

pained

[ˈpeɪnd] adj [expression, look] → peiné(e)

pained

adj expression, voiceschmerzerfüllt; to look painedschmerzerfüllt aussehen

pained

[peɪnd] adj a pained expressionun'aria seccata
a pained silence → un silenzio amareggiato

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.
References in classic literature ?
It had come to pass that his wound pained him but little.
Pained animals may stand off center (trying to ease the pressure from the painful leg), carry their head or tail off center, or sit or lie down (or get up) only on one side of their body.