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hurt
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
hurt /hə:t/
  • danh từ
    • vết thương, chỗ bị đau
    • điều hại, tai hại
    • sự chạm đến, sự xúc phạm, sự làm tổn thương
      • a hurt to seomeone's reputatuion: điều xúc phạm đến thanh danh của ai
      • a hurt to someone's pride: điều chạm đến lòng tự ái của ai
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm bị thương, làm đau
      • to hurt one's arm: làm đau cánh tay
    • gây tác hại, gây thiệt hại, làm hư, làm hỏng
      • rain has hurt the crop: mưa gây thiệt hại cho mùa màng
    • chạm, xúc phạm, làm tổn thương
      • to hurt someone's pride: làm chạm lòng tự ái của ai
      • to hurt someone's reputation: xúc phạm đến thanh danh của ai
  • nội động từ
    • (thông tục) đau, bị đau
      • does your hant hurt?: tay anh có đau không?
    • (thông tục) bị tổn hại, bị tổn thương; bị xúc phạm
Concise Dictionary
hurts|hurtinghɜrt /hɜːt
noun
+any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
+psychological suffering
+feelings of mental or physical pain
+a damage or loss
+the act of damaging something or someone
verb
+be the source of pain
+give trouble or pain to
+cause emotional anguish or make miserable
+cause damage or affect negatively
+hurt the feelings of
+feel physical pain
+feel pain or be in pain
adj.
+suffering from physical injury especially that suffered in battle
+damaged inanimate objects or their value

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 harm, injure, wound; damage, impair, mar, spoil, vitiate, ruin:
She's so gentle she wouldn't hurt a fly. The scandal hurt the candidate's chances of election
2 ache, smart, pain, pinch, sting, burn, torment, gripe:
My elbow really hurts where I hit it.
3 distress, grieve, affect, afflict, aggrieve, depress, upset, disappoint, pain, cut to the quick, affront, offend:
Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me. You always hurt the one you love
4 injure, maim, wound, cripple, lame, disable, incapacitate, damage, mutilate, mangle:
Three people have been badly hurt in a car crash on the motorway.
n.
5 harm, injury, damage, detriment, disadvantage:
How much more hurt can you cause beyond what you have done already?
6 ache, pain, pang, distress, discomfort, suffering, torment, torture, agony; anguish, misery, woe, dolour, sadness, depression:
If you rub on this ointment, the hurt will go away. You cannot imagine the hurt we felt when he failed his examinations.
adj.
7 injured, wronged, pained, rueful, grieved, unhappy, aggrieved, sad, wretched, woebegone, sorrowful, mournful, depressed, dejected, dismal, gloomy, melancholy:
Whenever I mention getting a job she gets that hurt expression on her face.
8 damaged, defective, marred, impaired, broken, worn, dilapidated, shop-worn, scratched, bruised, scarred:
They are holding a sale of hurt merchandise at the warehouse tomorrow.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, adjective, noun
+ verb (hurt, hurt)
1 to cause physical pain to sb/yourself; to injure sb/yourself: [VN] He hurt his back playing squash. + Did you hurt yourself? + Stop it. You're hurting me. + My back is really hurting me today. + Strong light hurts my eyes. + [V] My shoes hurt-they're too tight.
2 [V] to feel painful: My feet hurt. + Ouch! That hurt! + It hurts when I bend my knee.
3 to make sb unhappy or upset: [V] What really hurt was that he never answered my letter. + [VN] I'm sorry, I didn't mean to hurt you. + I didn't want to hurt his feelings. + [VN to inf] It hurt me to think that he would lie to me. [also V to inf]
4 [V] (be hurting) (informal) to feel unhappy or upset: I know you're hurting and I want to help you.
5 [VN] to have a bad effect on sb/sth: Many people on low incomes will be hurt by the government's plans. + Hard work never hurt anyone.
6 [V] (be hurting) (for sth) (AmE) to be in a difficult situation because you need sth, especially money: His campaign is already hurting for money.
Idioms: it won't / wouldn't hurt (sb/sth) (to do sth) used to say that sb should do a particular thing: It wouldn't hurt you to help with the housework occasionally.
more at FLY n., HIT v.
+ adjective
1 injured physically: None of the passengers were badly hurt.
Antonym: UNHURT
2 upset and offended by sth that sb has said or done: a hurt look / expression + She was deeply hurt that she had not been invited. + Martha's hurt pride showed in her eyes.
+ noun [U, sing.] a feeling of unhappiness because sb has been unkind or unfair to you: There was hurt and real anger in her voice. + It was a hurt that would take a long time to heal.
Collocation Dictionary
adj

1 injured

VERBS

be, look | get
Stop that or you'll get hurt!

ADV.

badly, seriously
Steve didn't look seriously hurt.
| slightly

2 upset

VERBS

be, feel, look, seem, sound | get

ADV.

bitterly, deeply, extremely, really, terribly, very | a bit, quite, rather, slightly

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Roy seemed deeply hurt by this remark.


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