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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 ?
Jurgis stood stricken dumb, and his heart gave a leap like a mad thing.
The stricken horse upon which the lion leaped shrieked out its terror and its agony.
Amidst the cracking of the rifles and the growls of the carnivora rose the death screams of stricken men and horses as they were dragged down by the blood-mad cats.