English - Vietnamese Dictionary
discomfort /dis'kʌmfət/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự khó ở; sự khó chịu, sự bực bội
- sự không an tâm, sự băn khoăn lo lắng, sự buồn phiền
- sự thiếu tiện nghi, sự bất tiện
- ngoại động từ
- làm khó chịu, làm bực bội
- không an tâm, làm băn khoăn lo lắng, làm buồn phiền
+the state of being tense and feeling pain
+an uncomfortable feeling of mental painfulness or distress
Advanced English Dictionary
1 uneasiness, hardship, difficulty, trouble, care, worry, distress, vexation:
She hasn't known the discomfort of being the wife of a miner.
2 ache, pain, twinge, soreness, irritation; bother, inconvenience, nuisance:
Some discomfort persisted in my legs long after the accident.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [U] a feeling of slight pain or of being physically uncomfortable: You will experience some minor discomfort during the treatment. + abdominal discomfort
2 [U] a feeling of worry or embarrassment: John's presence caused her considerable discomfort. + I could sense their discomfort at what I was saying.
3 [C] (formal) something that makes you feel uncomfortable or causes you a slight feeling of pain: the dangers and discomforts of a life at sea
+ verb [VN] [often passive] (formal) to make sb feel anxious or embarrassed: Many patients complained of being discomforted by the doctor's manner.
1 slight pain
acute, considerable, great, severe, growing
He became conscious of a growing discomfort.
| mild, minor, slight
You may experience some slight discomfort after the operation.
| bodily, physical
VERB + DISCOMFORT
complain of, experience, feel, get, have, suffer
Some of the patients complained of discomfort. I didn't have much discomfort after the operation.
| cause | ease, lessen, reduce, relieve
Not eating late at night should help to relieve the discomfort.
He appeared to be in great discomfort.
| with/without ~
You should be able to drive without discomfort after about two weeks.
VERB + DISCOMFORT
The revelations caused some discomfort to the president.
Paula smiled, enjoying her sister's discomfort.
DISCOMFORT + VERB
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