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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
ache /cik/
  • danh từ
    • sự đau, sự nhức
    • nội động từ
      • đau, nhức, nhức nhối
        • my head aches: tôi nhức đầu
      • (nghĩa bóng) đau đớn
        • my head aches at the sight of such misfortunes: lòng tôi đau đớn trước những cảnh ngộ rủi ro ấy
    Concise Dictionary
    aches|ached|achingeɪk
    noun
    +a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain
    verb
    +feel physical pain
    +have a desire for something or someone who is not present
    +be the source of pain

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 pain, hurt, smart, throb, pound; sting:
    My jaw has been aching since that tooth was extracted.
    2 yearn, long, hunger, hanker, pine; crave:
    A hostage for a year, he was aching to see his wife and children.
    n.
    3 pain, pang, throbbing, pounding, smarting, soreness:
    I have had this ache in my back, Doctor, and I can't stand up straight.
    4 pang, pain; distress; longing:
    There's been an ache in my heart, my darling, ever since you went away.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb
    1 [V] to feel a continuous dull pain: I'm aching all over. + Her eyes ached from lack of sleep. + (figurative) It makes my heart ache (= it makes me sad) to see her suffer.
    2 ~ for sb/sth (written) to have a strong desire for sb/sth or to do sth
    Synonym: LONG
    [V] I was aching for home. + [V to inf] He ached to see her.
    + noun (often in compounds) a continuous feeling of pain in a part of the body: Mummy, I've got a tummy ache. + Muscular aches and pains can be soothed by a relaxing massage. + (figurative) an ache in my heart (= a continuous sad feeling)
    See also - BELLYACHE, HEARTACHE
    achy adjective (informal): I felt hot and achy all over.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 physical pain

    ADJ.

    dull, nagging, throbbing | familiar | muscular, stomach, tummy

    VERB + ACHE

    be aware of, feel
    I felt the familiar ache in my lower back.
    | ease
    He changed his position once again to ease the ache in his back.

    ACHE + VERB

    throb
    A dull ache throbbed at the back of David's head.

    PREP.

    ~ in
    a nagging ache in her knee

    PHRASES

    aches and pains
    He was always complaining about his various aches and pains.

    2 great sorrow

    ADJ.

    deep, dull, nagging

    VERB + ACHE

    feel, have
    She kept feeling the nagging ache in her heart.

    PREP.

    ~ in
    She could hardly speak for the ache in her heart.
    | ~ inside, ~ of
    the ache of loneliness inside him



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