hurt
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hurt(
huhrt
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to cause pain to)
a. hacer daño
The thieves did not hurt the family during the robbery.Los ladrones no le hicieron daño a la familia durante el robo.
b. lastimar
You hurt me when you pushed me from behind.Me lastimaste cuando me empujaste desde atrás.
c. doler (emotionally)
His lack of support hurt me deeply.Su falta de apoyo me dolió muchísimo.
2. (to injure)
a. hacerse daño
I hurt my wrist when I fell down.Me hice daño en la muñeca cuando me caí.
b. lastimarse
He hurt his foot playing soccer.Se lastimó el pie jugando al fútbol.
3. (to affect adversely)
a. perjudicar
The speculation hurt our economy.La especulación perjudicó nuestra economía.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
4. (to cause pain)
a. doler
After shopping for two hours, my feet hurt.Después de ir de compras dos horas, me dolían los pies.
The truth does hurt sometimes.De vez en cuando puede doler la verdad.
b. sufrir (emotional)
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
She is hurting right now. It was a difficult breakup.Ella está sufriendo en este momento. Fue un separación dolorosa.
5. (to have an adverse effect)
a.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Do you think I should call him? - It can't hurt.¿Piensas que lo debería llamar? - No pierdes nada con hacerlo.
Eating another donut wouldn't hurt, right?No pasa nada si me como otra dona, ¿no?
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
6. (injured)
a. lastimado
Their star player is hurt and won't play in this game.Su jugador estrella está lastimado y no jugará en este partido.
b. herido
He could not finish the race because he was hurt.No pudo acabar la carrera porque estaba herido.
c. dolido (emotionally)
I am hurt by your lack of trust in me.Estoy dolido por tu falta de confianza en mí.
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
7. (emotional pain)
a. el dolor
(m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
I could see the hurt in her eyes.Pude ver el dolor en su mirada.
b. la pena
(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
You have to move past the hurt of your failed relationships.Tienes que sobreponerte a la pena de tus relaciones fallidas.
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hurt
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (emotional)
a. el dolor
(m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
2. (emotionally; person)
a. dolido(a)
3. (look)
a. dolorido(a)
4. (feelings)
a. herido(a)
are you hurt?¿te has hecho daño?
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
5. (physically)
a. hacer daño a
6. (fig)
a. perjudicar (chances, prospects)
to hurt oneselfhacerse daño
to hurt one's foothacerse daño en un pie
to get hurthacerse daño
7. (fig)
a.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
it wouldn't hurt him to have to waitno le va a pasar nada por que espere
8. (emotionally)
a. herir
to hurt somebody's feelingsherir los sentimientos de alguien
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
9. (cause pain)
a. doler
it hurtsme duele
where does it hurt?¿dónde te duele?
my foot hurtsme duele el pie
10. (emotionally)
a. resultar doloroso(a), doler
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hurt [hɜːt] hurt (past)
transitive verb
1 (do physical damage to) hacer daño a; lastimar; (LAm)
how did you hurt your finger/leg? ¿cómo te has hecho daño en el dedo/la pierna?; ¿cómo te has lastimado el dedo/la pierna?; (LAm)
I hope I haven't hurt you
ten people were hurt in the accident diez personas resultaron heridas en el accidente; to hurt o.s. hacerse daño; lastimarse; (LAm) did you hurt yourself? ¿te has hecho daño?; ¿te has lastimado?; (LAm) mind you don't hurt yourself cuidado no te hagas daño
he's not badly hurt no está herido de gravedad
to get hurt resultar herido
someone is bound to get hurt seguro que alguien resulta herido
to hurt a fly
he wouldn't hurt a fly sería incapaz de matar una mosca
2 (cause physical pain to)
did I hurt you? ¿te he hecho daño?; ¿te he lastimado?; (LAm) stop it! you're hurting me! ¡para! ¡me estás haciendo daño!; ¡para! ¡me estás lastimando!; (LAm) my leg is hurting me me duele la pierna; my feet are hurting me me duelen los pies
3 (have bad effect on) [+person]
it wouldn't hurt you to try no pierdes nada intentándolo; it wouldn't hurt her to try and save some money no le vendría mal intentar ahorrar algo de dinero; one little glass of wine won't hurt him un vasito de vino no le va a hacer daño; a little hard work never hurt anyone nadie se ha muerto nunca por trabajar un poco duro; trabajar duro nunca le ha hecho daño a nadie
[+prospects, chances, reputation] perjudicar
I don't want to hurt my prospects by turning down this promotion Dorrell stood down to avoid hurting Clarke's chances of the leadership scandals such as these are hurting the Tory party's reputation
high interest rates are hurting small businesses los tipos de interés altos están perjudicando a las pequeñas empresas
4 (cause emotional pain to) hacer daño a
I was deeply hurt by his attitude su actitud me hizo mucho daño; I didn't mean to hurt you no era mi intención hacerte sufrir or hacerte daño; this is going to hurt me much more than it's going to hurt you esto me va a doler mucho más a mí que a ti
to be easily hurt ser muy susceptible
she's very easily hurt
you've hurt her feelings la has ofendido
his feelings were hurt by what you said lo que dijiste lo ofendió or hirió sus sentimientos
she was bound to get hurt estaba claro que iba a terminar sufriendo
he's a married man - she was bound to get hurt
intransitive verb
1 (give physical pain) [+arm, leg, foot etc] doler
my arm hurts me duele el brazo; my feet hurt me duelen los pies; ow, that hurts! ¡ay! ¡duele!; it doesn't hurt much no duele mucho; it only hurts a little bit solo duele un poquito; it hurts when I walk me duele cuando ando or al andar; does it hurt? ¿te duele?; where does it hurt? ¿dónde te duele?; I hurt all over me duele todo el cuerpo; my shoes are hurting me hacen daño los zapatos
to kick/hit sb where it hurts
kick him where it hurts! ¡dale una buena patada donde más les duele (a los hombres)!; she hit him where it hurts - in his wallet le dio donde más le duele - en la cartera
2 (give emotional pain) doler
it hurts that she said those things
it hurts to admit it but ... duele or cuesta admitirlo pero ...; the truth hurts la verdad duele
nothing hurts like the truth
3 (do harm)
it doesn't hurt to ask por preguntar no se pierde nada
did you find out if they sell that type of wood? It doesn't/never hurts to ask.
it wouldn't hurt to let your mum know you'll be late no te costaría nada avisarle a tu madre que vas a llegar tarde
4 especially (US) (feel pain) sufrir
you're hurting now, but in a few months time you'll be over her
adjective
1 (injured) [+part of body] lastimado
James, are you hurt? James, ¿te has hecho daño?; James, ¿te has lastimado?; especially (LAm)
the soldier was badly hurt.
2 (upset) [+person, tone] dolido
he gave me a slightly hurt look me miró un poco dolido
Little Alba looked back at him with a hurt expression in her big, round eyes
to be/feel hurt estar/sentirse dolido
he felt hurt at being wrongly accused you're bound to feel hurt if someone rejects you I was hurt at the way she dismissed my suggestion I was hurt not have been invited
noun
(emotional pain) dolor (m); pena (f)
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