Spanish translation of 'hurtful'
Example Sentences Including 'hurtful'
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Does this imply those who use a false name to say hurtful things should be somehow immune from scrutiny?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He would say hurtful things - it was as if he had changed overnight.The Sun (2009)
I doubt he means to be hurtful.The Sun (2011)
I know they were just being honest but it was really hurtful.The Sun (2014)
I try not to read online comments as they can be really hurtful.The Sun (2016)
She blamed her plight on a hurtful comment by a critic about her weight.The Sun (2015)
She has shown that hurtful comments can be turned into a force for good.The Sun (2014)
They say the most hurtful things to each other.The Sun (2015)
Why do women feel they can make such hurtful comments?The Sun (2012)
Do you want to marry a woman who can say such hurtful things and then not reassure you?The Sun (2015)
I don't find it deeply hurtful.The Sun (2015)
I kept getting more texts from her and loads of voicemails which were really hurtful.The Sun (2007)
It feels really hurtful when a parent doesn't seem to value you enough to want to stay sober for you.The Sun (2014)
It was deeply offensive and hurtful,' he said.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
On the red carpet she admitted the comments had been hurtful.The Sun (2015)
SIX in ten eczema sufferers say they have been bullied or endured hurtful comments because of it.The Sun (2016)
Some of the hurtful things he has said still keep coming into my mind.The Sun (2016)
That was the most hurtful thing throughout the relationship.The Sun (2014)
The biggest problem is the grey area where people stay on the right side of libel laws but say hurtful things.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The most hurtful thing is he saves all the cards and photos.The Sun (2006)
They are beyond belief and we hope that the people responsible will come to learn how deeply and unnecessarily hurtful their comments are.The Sun (2010)
They're lies and are deeply hurtful to Shrien.The Sun (2010)
We argued a lot and said some hurtful things.The Sun (2011)
The most hurtful comments were made by those who questioned my ability.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Sometimes it is difficult because these people say some nasty things about us and do some terribly hurtful things.Christianity Today (2000)
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Used Occasionally. hurtful is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: hurtful ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone's comments or actions are hurtful, you mean that they are unkind and upsetting.
Her comments can only be very hurtful to her family.
Translation of hurtful from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary