ache


ache
eik
1. noun
(a continuous pain: I have an ache in my stomach.) dolor

2. verb
1) (to be in continuous pain: My tooth aches.) doler
2) (to have a great desire: I was aching to tell him the news.) ansiar; morirse por
ache1 n dolor
Entra en la formación de palabras compuestas como headache (dolor de cabeza), toothache (dolor de muelas), earache (dolor de oídos) o stomachache (dolor de estómago)
ache2 vb doler
my head aches me duele la cabeza
El gerundio de ache se escribe aching
ache
tr[eɪk]
noun
1 dolor nombre masculino
intransitive verb
1 doler
my head aches me duele la cabeza, tengo dolor de cabeza
ache ['eɪk] vi, ached ; aching
1) : doler
2)
to ache for : anhelar, ansiar
ache n
: dolor m
ache
n.
dolencia s.f.
dolor s.m.
v.
ansiar v.
doler v.

I eɪk
intransitive verb
1)
a) (give pain) \<\<tooth/ear/leg\>\> doler*

my back aches — me duele la espalda

I'm aching all over — me duele todo el cuerpo

b) aching pres p <shoulders/muscles> dolorido

with an aching heart — con gran dolor de corazón

2) (yearn)

to ache to + inf — ansiar* + inf

to ache for something — suspirar por algo


II
noun dolor m (sordo y continuo)

aches and pains — achaques mpl

[eɪk]
1.
N (=pain) dolor m

I have an ache in my side — me duele el costado

full of aches and pains — lleno de achaques or goteras *

2. VI
1) (=hurt) doler

my head aches — me duele la cabeza

it makes my head ache — me da dolor de cabeza

I'm aching all over — me duele todo

2) (fig)

it was enough to make your heart ache — era para romperle a uno el alma

my heart aches for you — lo siento en el alma

3) (=yearn) desear, suspirar (for por)

I am aching for you — suspiro por ti

I am aching to see you again — me muero por volver a verte

I ached to help — me moría por ayudar

* * *

I [eɪk]
intransitive verb
1)
a) (give pain) \<\<tooth/ear/leg\>\> doler*

my back aches — me duele la espalda

I'm aching all over — me duele todo el cuerpo

b) aching pres p <shoulders/muscles> dolorido

with an aching heart — con gran dolor de corazón

2) (yearn)

to ache to + inf — ansiar* + inf

to ache for something — suspirar por algo


II
noun dolor m (sordo y continuo)

aches and pains — achaques mpl


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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