Definition of 'pang'
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Many of us will surely feel a pang of guilt as we agree with his verdict. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I duly surrendered my little device, only to feel a sudden pang of panic on my way back to my seat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You may possibly feel some hunger pangs. Successful Fasting -the easy way to cleanse your body of its poisons (1990)She felt a sudden pang of profound loneliness. The House of Mirth (1905)Then eat similar foods afterwards to refuel your muscles and curb hunger pangs. The Sun (2012)Their lives become a horrible cycle of trying to suppress and control their hunger pangs. The Sun (2009)The pangs of hunger remind you of those who are less blessed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)My eight top cardio exercises here will get your body going and those hunger pangs under control. The Sun (2010)It will result in miserable hunger pangs and a downturn in mood. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It has little nutritional value but will stave off hunger pangs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Was there a pang of guilt? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Therefore, expect to feel pangs of craving for offending foods for a while. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)Knowing this, it is hard to enjoy the party without a pang of guilt. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He had no pangs of guilt '. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And hard on the heels of that was a pang of guilt '. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Real hunger comes on gradually - it is not triggered by an emotional pang when you feel upset. The Sun (2013)I felt a strong pang of sympathy for people who lose their hair during chemo. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Yet still I feel this pang of emptiness. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Noise may, for a time, dull the pang of inner loneliness. Christianity Today (2000)If you feel a pang of misery when a programme ends, that's another sure sign. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But on the other, I felt a deep pang of sadness. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Spitting the bits down the basin, I feel the sudden pangs of personal loss. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I still feel guilt pangs when I think of the decadence. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I feel a pang of guilt as I realise his destiny is a stark lab. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'pang'
British English: pang NOUN
A pang is a sudden strong feeling or emotion, for example of sadness or pain.
For a moment she felt a pang of guilt about the way she was treating him.
Definition of pang from the Collins English Dictionary
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