ache

I [eɪk]
nome (physical) dolore m., male m. (in a)

aches and pains — dolori, acciacchi

II [eɪk]
verbo intransitivo
1) (physically) [person] avere male; [limb, back] fare male, dolere

to ache all over — essere tutto indolenzito, avere male dappertutto

2) lett. (suffer emotionally)

to ache with — soffrire per [humiliation, despair]

3) (yearn) desiderare ardentemente (to do fare)
••

to laugh till one's sides ache — ridere a crepapelle

* * *
[eik] 1. noun
(a continuous pain: I have an ache in my stomach.) dolore
2. verb
1) (to be in continuous pain: My tooth aches.) far male, dolere
2) (to have a great desire: I was aching to tell him the news.) desiderare
* * *
[eɪk]
1. n
(pain) dolore m, male m

aches in your muscles — dolori ai muscoli

stomach ache — mal m di stomaco

I've got stomach ache or Am a stomach ache — ho mal di stomaco

I'm full of aches and pains — mi fa male dappertutto, sono pieno di dolori

2. vi
(hurt) far male, dolere

it makes my head ache — mi fa venire or mi dà il mal di testa

my leg's aching — mi fa male la gamba

I'm aching all over — sono tutto indolenzito, mi duole dappertutto

it made her heart ache to see ... fig — le piangeva il cuore vedere...

3. vt

(yearn) to ache to do sth — morire dalla voglia di fare qc

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ache /eɪk/
n. [cu]
1 dolore persistente; male: stomach ache, mal di pancia; to be full of aches and pains, avere dolori dappertutto; essere pieno di dolori (o di acciacchi)
2 pena; dolore; sofferenza.
(to) ache /eɪk/
v. i.
1 (di parte del corpo) dolere; far male: My leg aches, mi fa male la gamba; ho male alla gamba; (fig.) My heart ached for her, mi faceva una gran pena; mi stringeva il cuore pensare a lei
2 avere dolori; essere indolenzito: I was aching all over, avevo dolori dappertutto; ero tutto indolenzito
3 desiderare ardentemente; struggersi: I ached to leave, desideravo ardentemente andarmene; She ached for him, si struggeva dal desiderio di vederlo.
* * *
I [eɪk]
nome (physical) dolore m., male m. (in a)

aches and pains — dolori, acciacchi

II [eɪk]
verbo intransitivo
1) (physically) [person] avere male; [limb, back] fare male, dolere

to ache all over — essere tutto indolenzito, avere male dappertutto

2) lett. (suffer emotionally)

to ache with — soffrire per [humiliation, despair]

3) (yearn) desiderare ardentemente (to do fare)
••

to laugh till one's sides ache — ridere a crepapelle


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