Translation of suffering in Spanish:


sufrimiento, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsʌf(ə)rɪŋ//ˈsəf(ə)rɪŋ/


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    sufrimiento masculine
    dolor masculine
    to put an end to sb's suffering poner fin al sufrimiento de algn
    • Contributing to climate changes that cause suffering in other countries is not what we should be doing to our fellow humans.
    • We can examine our own experience this way and discover how, through creating and believing in a self that is permanent, we cause suffering.
    • We don't have to look far to see that there is a lot of suffering going on in the world.
    • Within our own society, personal suffering may seem dwarfed by global anxieties.
    • Encourage them to share their thoughts and feelings; listen to their concerns without being judgmental; acknowledge the pain and suffering.
    • It makes it very hard to explain to people how there can be a loving God in the face of all the suffering.
    • At this point in the therapy, I introduced medication for John, explaining that it would help relieve his suffering.
    • There are so many types of suffering and injustice in the world that any single person can only be active in protesting about and opposing a fraction of them.
    • The humor doesn't soften the real suffering that the children experience.
    • Sometimes, when we're lucky, art whispers to us that in the midst of the worst suffering and darkness, we can break free of our shackles.
    • How many parents cannot muster the determination to discipline their children because they cannot bear inflicting the suffering it will require?
    • Hughes's central concern was to display the suffering of the convicts and the viciousness of their gaolers.
    • The Cover Story highlights the untold sufferings of Indian soldiers in the First War of Independence.
    • We naturally want the suffering of others to cease, whether it is one person or 150,000 people.
    • I am a hedonist - and working out in a gym offers more suffering than pleasure for me, so it only makes sense to avoid it.
    • The authors do not even address the fact that it might be desirable to prevent (often severe) physical suffering.
    • This agreement was intended to prevent unnecessary suffering caused to troops by the use of exploding bullets.
    • He was born into a royal family, and his privileged life insulated him from the sufferings of life; sufferings such as sickness, age, and death.
    • Man is a free agent, and has the liberty of choosing; his sufferings and changes cannot be foreseen.
    • Certainly no one would disagree that violent criminals should be prohibited from inflicting any sort of suffering.