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No one else was badly hurt and cops brought no charges. The Sun (2016)It has to stop before she gets hurt. The Sun (2016)No wonder you feel hurt and low. The Sun (2016)Yet there was so much anger and hurt within signed me. The Sun (2016)The censorship aims to stop feelings being hurt. The Sun (2016)We look towards a way forward from the harm and hurt that has so often been done in the name of the church. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I have been slightly hurt. The Sun (2016)Together they add up to having the means and the mentality to persist in the face of failure, fear, hurt and opposition. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She'd be so upset and hurt if she knew what I was doing. The Sun (2017)She doesn't want anyone else to be hurt, damaged or in despair because of vile comments spewing from the phones and computers of trolls. The Sun (2016)It brings together perpetrator and victim to address the hurt and harm caused by the crime. The Sun (2011) Say sorry for hurting her and tell her she deserves better than you. The Sun (2011)Turning your hurt and anger on one another is not uncommon after such loss. The Sun (2015)She maybe feared getting hurt the same way. The Sun (2013)You cannot raise taxes and cut spending without hurting growth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You are sure to end up getting hurt. The Sun (2009)He is particularly hurt by some wounding reviews and the amount of hostile press coverage he receives. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She has hurt you and damaged your trust. The Sun (2015)We will feel hurt if friends let us down or reject us. Munro, Bill Dr. & Munro, Frances Beat Stress (1992)Your husband needs to accept this and stop trying to minimise the hurt he caused. The Sun (2009)You opened yourself up to the possibility of intimacy and got badly hurt in the process. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We will bring hurt and pain into your life. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Do his feelings get hurt by the personal comments? Times, Sunday Times (2010)She held herself well but there was a hurt look to her back. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You could tell she was really hurt and upset. The Sun (2013)Many of his last messages were so full of hurt and despair. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Perhaps the most common obstacle is fear of emotional hurt. Christianity Today (2000)You can repair hurt feelings at home. The Sun (2007)Were you hurt or just embarrassed? The Sun (2011)The bare floor hurt his knees. Zindell, David The Broken God (1993)Perhaps you have been hurt emotionally and this is a way of feeling powerful and getting a thrill without risking getting involved. The Sun (2009)My daughter would come to see me and was jealous and hurt that we didn't have a good relationship. Jackson, Rosie Mothers who Leave (1994)

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Translations for 'hurt'

British English: hurt /hɜːt/ ADJECTIVE
If you are hurt, you have been injured.
How badly are you hurt?
  • American English: hurt
  • Arabic: مَجْرُوحٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: machucado
  • Chinese: 受伤害的
  • Croatian: povrijeđen
  • Czech: zraněný
  • Danish: såret
  • Dutch: gewond
  • European Spanish: herido
  • Finnish: loukkaantunut
  • French: blessé
  • German: verletzt Emotion/Verletzung
  • Greek: πληγωμένος
  • Italian: ferito
  • Japanese: 傷ついた
  • Korean: 다친
  • Norwegian: skadet
  • Polish: zraniony
  • European Portuguese: magoado
  • Romanian: rănit
  • Russian: пострадавший
  • Latin American Spanish: herido
  • Swedish: sårad
  • Thai: ได้รับบาดเจ็บ
  • Turkish: incinmiş
  • Ukrainian: травмований
  • Vietnamese: đau đớn
British English: hurt /hɜːt/ VERB
If you hurt yourself or hurt a part of your body, you feel pain because you have injured yourself.
He hurt himself while playing basketball.
  • American English: hurt
  • Arabic: يُؤْذِي
  • Brazilian Portuguese: machucar
  • Chinese: 伤害
  • Croatian: ozlijediti
  • Czech: zranit
  • Danish: skade
  • Dutch: pijn doen
  • European Spanish: hacer daño dolor
  • Finnish: satuttaa
  • French: blesser
  • German: verletzen
  • Greek: πληγώνω
  • Italian: ferire
  • Japanese: 傷つける
  • Korean: (...을) 다치게 하다
  • Norwegian: skade
  • Polish: zranić
  • European Portuguese: magoar
  • Romanian: a răni
  • Russian: причинять боль
  • Latin American Spanish: hacer daño
  • Swedish: göra illa
  • Thai: ทำให้บาดเจ็บ
  • Turkish: incitmek
  • Ukrainian: ушкоджувати
  • Vietnamese: làm đau

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