doloroso


doloroso
adj.
1 painful, sore, sorrowful, dolorous.
2 algesic.
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doloroso
adjetivo
1 painful
2 figurado painful, distressing
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(f. - dolorosa)
adj.
1) painful
2) distressing
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ADJ
1) (Med) painful
2) (=angustioso) painful, distressing
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-sa adjetivo
a) <tratamiento/enfermedad> painful
b) <decisión/momento/recuerdo> painful; <separación/espectáculo> distressing, upsetting
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= painfully + Adjetivo, grievous, wrenching, upsetting, painful, heartbreaking.
Ex. In a painfully detailed letter to the editor, Lespran allowed vent for her fury.
Ex. How should restitution be made across generations for grievous harms suffered in the distant past?.
Ex. A political setback forced a wrenching transformation of the stolid but effective library into what ultimately became a brand new, proactive one.
Ex. Lovelorn staff at a Japanese company can take paid time off after an upsetting break-up with a partner, with more 'heartache leave' offered as they get older.
Ex. The next step was a rather painful, laborious manual effort.
Ex. These are some of the most gripping, and most heartbreaking, pictures so far from Haiti in the aftermath of yesterday's devastating earthquake.
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* hacer que Algo sea menos doloroso = take + the sting out of + Algo, take + the bite out of.
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-sa adjetivo
a) <tratamiento/enfermedad> painful
b) <decisión/momento/recuerdo> painful; <separación/espectáculo> distressing, upsetting
* * *
= painfully + Adjetivo, grievous, wrenching, upsetting, painful, heartbreaking.

Ex: In a painfully detailed letter to the editor, Lespran allowed vent for her fury.

Ex: How should restitution be made across generations for grievous harms suffered in the distant past?.
Ex: A political setback forced a wrenching transformation of the stolid but effective library into what ultimately became a brand new, proactive one.
Ex: Lovelorn staff at a Japanese company can take paid time off after an upsetting break-up with a partner, with more 'heartache leave' offered as they get older.
Ex: The next step was a rather painful, laborious manual effort.
Ex: These are some of the most gripping, and most heartbreaking, pictures so far from Haiti in the aftermath of yesterday's devastating earthquake.
* hacer que Algo sea menos doloroso = take + the sting out of + Algo, take + the bite out of.

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doloroso -sa
adjective
1 ‹tratamiento/enfermedad› painful
tuvo una muerte muy dolorosa he had o died a very painful death, he died in great pain
2 ‹decisión/momento› painful, distressing; ‹separación/espectáculo› distressing, upsetting; ‹recuerdo› painful
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doloroso
-sa adjetivo

a)tratamiento/enfermedadpainful

b)decisión/momento/recuerdopainful;

separación/espectáculodistressing, upsetting
doloroso,-a adjetivo painful
'doloroso' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
dolorosa
English:
painful
- grievous
- poignant
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doloroso, -a adj
1. [físicamente] painful;
tuvo un parto muy doloroso she had a very painful labour
2. [moralmente] distressing;
fue una decisión muy dolorosa para mí it was a very painful decision for me;
tengo un recuerdo doloroso de aquella época I have painful memories of that period;
resulta doloroso verlo en ese estado it's distressing to see him in that state
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doloroso
adj tb fig
painful
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doloroso, -sa adj
1) : painful
2) : distressing
dolorosamente adv
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doloroso adj painful

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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