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1(experience) angustioso(experience) desesperante(pain) atroz(pain) terrible(moments) de angustia(moments) angustioso(choice/decision) muy difícil
- Surely the agonizing pain I experience when I hit my elbow has much more to do with craziness than amusement.
- Having the most intense throbbing agonising pain in my head
- The agonizing pain of surgical procedures, whether to deal with a major wound, a fractured bone, an amputation, or removal of a tumour, was a major obstacle to the development of surgery.
- Once more I woke up to an agonizing pain in my torso.
- After almost a minute of this strange outburst, he came to his senses and slowly pulled himself into a sitting position, wincing in pain with every agonizing inch.
- It's sort of a general ache instead of agonising pain.
- By midday the pains had gone from sharp twinges every 5 minutes or so to a constant, agonising pain.
- Sitting up abruptly she yelped as the agonizing pain tripled in intensity.
- Apparently, if I'm not in agonizing pain, he doesn't want to hear about it.
- The trolley was pulled from beneath me and an agonising pain shot through my body.
- She fights off agonising back pain, sustained in a work injury two years ago, to keep the show on the road.
- So agonizing was the pain that I fell to my knees.
- It relieved all my body's stress, even though the next day I would be in agonising pain.
- But he has been left in agonising pain with serious injuries to his back, head and legs.
- But the pain that night was nothing compared to the agonizing pain of death I was feeling now.
- I groaned between the torrents of agonizing pain.
- Regaining my determination, I grit my teeth and ignore the agonising, torturous pain in my wrist which was quickly spreading through my body.
- He closed his eyes, then suddenly felt an intensely agonising stabbing pain in the side of his head, but it was quickly gone, and he knew no more.
- Be it aching, burning, gnawing, stabbing, twisting, throbbing or agonizing pain.
- The brave bride had amazed guests when she made it to her wedding ceremony on time despite being rushed into hospital with agonising stomach pains the night before.
1after months of agonizing — tras meses de darle mil y una vueltas
- she became irritated by his constant agonizing — acabó desesperándose con sus continuos titubeos
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