ache

ache ache verb 1. [V] to feel a continuous dull pain • 疼痛;隐痛 【SYN】 hurt :
»Iˈm aching all over.
我周身疼痛。
»Her eyes ached from lack of sleep.
她的眼睛因睡眠不足而隐隐作痛。
»(figurative) It makes my heart ache (= it makes me sad) to see her suffer.
看到她在受苦,我心里真难过。
--› note at hurt 2. ache for sb / sth (formal) to have a strong desire for sb / sth or to do sth • 渴望 【SYN】 long : ▪ [V]
»I was aching for home.
我很想回家。
▪ [V to inf]
»He ached to see her.
他渴望见到她。
noun • (often in compounds 常构成复合词) a continuous feeling of pain in a part of the body • (身体某部位的)疼痛:
»Mummy, Iˈve got a tummy ache.
妈妈,我肚子疼。
»Muscular aches and pains can be soothed by a relaxing massage.
做放松按摩可以减轻肌肉疼痛。
»(figurative) an ache in my heart (= a continuous sad feeling)
我心中的隐痛
--› see also achy , bellyache , heartache
* * *
[eik]
n. 疼痛
vi. 覺得疼痛, 渴望

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