Translation of grieve in Spanish:

grieve

sufrir, v.

Pronunciation /ɡriːv//ɡriv/

intransitive verb

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    sufrir
    to grieve for sb llorar a algn
    • she grieved for her lost youth lloraba la pérdida de su juventud
    • to grieve over sth lamentar algo
    • to grieve over sb's death llorar la muerte de algn
    • grieving crowds una muchedumbre acongojada
    • When he met grieving families, still hoping their loved ones would be found, he gave comfort but no false hope.
    • Many people find they cannot grieve properly until this process has been completed.
    • The 20-year-old is the latest in a long line of motorcyclists, most of them young, who have left behind grieving families.
    • It's terribly important to give yourself time not just to grieve but to recover from the grief.
    • ‘I've buried my son and grieved for him, but now I want to know what happened and nobody's coming up with any answers,’ said the mother-of-three.
    • ‘When he knew his cancer was untreatable, he told us he had no regrets except that he was leaving my mother to grieve,’ Richard said.
    • Silent tears washed away the blood on our faces as we grieved for our lost comrades.
    • He was helping his wife who was still grieving and that New Year's Eve was the first night out they had had together for a long time.
    • Fourteen years old and stuck in the middle of the countryside, he is grieving over the death of his mother and distanced from his equally upset father.
    • Let patients and family members know that people grieve in different ways.
    • His brother Robin, 33, crewed the boat at the last minute and left a pregnant wife to grieve and to bring up a child who will never know his father.
    • He doesn't seem to be a person who is grieving over a lost wife and lost child.
    • Floral tributes were left at the foot of her front door by grieving relatives.
    • Kidman plays Anna, a well-heeled Manhattanite who has grieved for her dead husband Sean for a decade; trying to move on, she is preparing to re-marry.
    • Remember that your other family members are grieving, too, and that everyone expresses grief in their own way.
    • Maybe now my devastated family can start to grieve in peace.
    • The authorities responsible will then have to explain to grieving relatives why they took no action.
    • These memorials also offer an opportunity for people to grieve in their own way.
    • It was two days later when we learned that several of our friends in the NYPD had been killed, I grieved for a week, then I could cry no more.
    • A husband was today grieving for the wife he lost just hours after she gave birth to their second son.

transitive verb

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    apenar
    entristecer
    your attitude grieves me deeply tu actitud me duele / me entristece enormemente
    • it grieved him deeply to hear that … le dolió mucho enterarse de que …
    • It grieved her to know that this was the last time she would ever see her father again if no one came up with a cure.
    • I feel that we may have not offered you enough support and that grieves me, because pressure experienced alone can be really horrible.
    • I have acted only out of love for you and it grieves me that my only son no longer feels able to speak to me about his own feelings.
    • It still grieves me,’ she added with a wistful sigh, ‘but I recognize defeat when I see it.’
    • So, when the time came for him to graduate, he wrote his parents a letter that he knew would grieve his mother.
    • So it really grieves me to hear members criticise such families.
    • It grieves me that I must keep secrets from you but it cannot be avoided.
    • It grieves me that the Liberal Democrats, instead of supporting our efforts, are trying to undermine us at every turn.
    • She added: ‘What grieves us a great deal is that our Government has been sitting on the fence over these issues.’
    • The death of any innocent person should grieve us all regardless of nationality, political affiliation, wealth, creed, race, colour or gender.
    • They were genuinely outraged and grieved by it.
    • ‘It's disgusting and as a town councillor it really grieves me that this is happening in Chippenham,’ she said.
    • I am a pastor in Australia and many of my peers are grieved by what is happening.
    • It grieves me to see people smoking, especially young people and, in particular, young girls.
    • This is what grieved some of those mourners most.
    • India has given us so many great mathematicians, philosophers, physicians, and academics in general, that this news item grieves us.
    • It grieves me to think all our hard work is being spoilt by a minority.
    • However, it grieves me to reveal that the theory doesn't work.
    • Before I left the hospital I was grieved to learn that Nesbit, only recently transferred to us from the RAF, had been shot down and killed over Anzio.
    • It grieves us to have to disagree with Dr Moreland.