In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(headache/pain) atroz(headache/pain) insoportable(headache/pain) terrible
- The flashes of light through the window became suddenly painful, excruciating.
- The excruciating pain and pounding in his head almost drowned out the report of the gunshot.
- Maybe I can prevent the excruciating pain and unbearable suffering from others in my generation.
- The second thing he realized was the excruciating and piercing pain that had manifested from his left thigh.
- Some claimed that he signed a deal with the devil, who had come to collect, and that after three days of excruciating pain, he fell to his hands and knees, howled like a dog, and dropped dead.
- Feeling one of his ribs break, the excruciating pain became too unbearable for Fred to take.
- One night, he experienced excruciating pain in his abdomen so intense that it radiated to his back.
- The main symptom of a slipped disc is sudden, excruciating back pain with severe back muscle spasm.
- For those of you who lift weights, if you have a rotator cuff problem, you will find that the flat bench press or performing dips on the dipping bar, will now become exercises of excruciating pain.
- He had been in the mess drinking beer with friends when suddenly he developed severe, excruciating chest pain.
- But this kind of pain was so excruciating, that even my hair touching my thumb and the bedsheet touching my thumb caused me to scream.
- She has suffered bouts of total paralysis, is constantly fatigued and is racked by regular spasms of excruciating pain.
- A century ago, high blood pressure, pneumonia, appendicitis, and diabetes, likely meant death, often accompanied by excruciating pain.
- A stroke in 1953 had left him with excruciating bouts of pain in his face; crippling agony could be brought on by even momentary concentration.
- After enduring excruciating pain, a raging infection and almost a week in the hospital, I feel fortunate to be alive.
- This article was insulting to all men and women who have excruciating pain and severe loss of quality of life from osteoporosis.
- It is also, because it involves the lining of the lung, it involves one of the most sensitive parts of the body, and so most often, people with Mesothelioma suffer excruciating pain.
- I woke up after the surgery in excruciating pain.
- And it felt like I was literally being torn in every direction, ripped apart, just cell-by-cell, just excruciating pain.
- Needless to say, that if looks could kill, Darien would most certainly have died a painful and excruciating death.
2(awful)(boredom/embarrassment) espantoso(embarrassment/boredom) terrible
- They talked non-stop for the entire flight about their mundane jobs in excruciating detail and in annoyingly loud voices.
- With Open Hearts, she effectively documents, in minute, excruciating, vivid detail, what happens when a family is torn apart by infidelity.
- I call it seven of the most excruciating and awkward minutes of my life.
- The affidavit is excruciating in its forensic detail.
- And during a work detail in excruciating heat, he discovered a water pipe from which he lapped a pitiful drop or two without sharing it with a cleric laboring nearby.
- He'd sit there all day through what must have been excruciating boredom.
- They narrate in excruciating detail the sordid character of life on death row and the inmates' encounters with prison guards, wardens, attorneys and others.
- They talked about pedicures and shopping in excruciating detail.
- These are often written in stilted language that can be tough going, but such an excruciating level of detail is required to get the desired end result, Rivin said.
- Much of the Budget coverage will continue to examine in excruciating detail the likely difference that the chancellor's measures will mean to different types of families.
- He goes into excruciating detail discussing the treatment for tuberculosis in the 1940s and Orwell's physical agonies.
- Farah is willing to bring out all the emotional guns to convince his readers of the horror of the situation, describing the scene in excruciating detail.
- It might be pointed out that the state already regulates, in excruciating detail, passive methods that have to be taken.
- Instead, we now have a 60 minute animated movie that tells us the story in excruciating detail, and adds a whole new series of plot twists and machinations.
- He came to collect her and I had to suffer another fifteen minutes of excruciating boredom as he talked at me about things I have no interest in.
- Each product will be have to be passed around and examined by every guest in excruciating detail.
- Anyway, the keynote of Major's speech was excruciating, paper napkin-chewing boredom.
- They spelled out in excruciating detail the horrors of the past and called for zero tolerance for priests who abuse minors.
- I could start trying to entrap him now, through a long, excruciating, and possibly embarrassing process.
- As soon as I land into a boutique or department store I am struck down with a bout of excessive yawning and excruciating boredom.
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