me duele mucho
me duele mucho
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (it causes me physical pain; third person singular)
a. it hurts me a lot
Me torcí el tobillo y me duele mucho.I sprained my ankle and it hurts me a lot.
b. hurts me a lot
Me duele mucho la rodilla todo el tiempo.My knee hurts me a lot all the time.
2. (it causes me emotional pain; third person singular)
a. it hurts me a lot
Te amo y me duele mucho ver que no significo nada para ti.I love you, and it hurts me a lot to see that I mean nothing to you.
b. hurts me a lot
Tu indiferencia me duele mucho.Your indifference hurts me a lot.
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