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His body aches and he admits that he has good days and bad ones. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Are you bothered by nagging aches and pains? The Sun (2016)They also help if the veins ache or cause swollen ankles. The Sun (2016)It tells other passengers that you would very much like a seat so you can rest your swollen ankles or aching back. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A dull ache or sharp pain in this area? The Sun (2017)I spend the afternoon wallowing in the tub, feeling the aches of physical exertion melt away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Seeing him at the business we had grown made my heart physically ache, but I took the pain out on the weight machines. The Sun (2016)Your body aches and your skin hurts to touch. The Sun (2010)Your legs will be aching but your heart will be singing. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My neck has seized up and my back aches. The Sun (2012)This aching pain feels exactly the same as it did on the day she was taken. The Sun (2013)They were very shaken and suffering aches and pains. The Sun (2014)They can upset your tummy and some people find they cause muscle aches. The Sun (2014)My heart and body ache for her when we are not together. The Sun (2015)His proposed business was flogging office chairs that healed back ache. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She found ache caused by the eased up. The Sun (2006)For their return is the bed sweet to the soul and body that ache for their return. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)The result is a dull ache in your chest which may spread to your jaw or left arm. The Sun (2012)The dull ache of no post when others had letters from home or a sweetheart was hard to endure. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was like a constant ache. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It can neck ache, stiffness and at the back of the head. The Sun (2007)The salts will soothe away aches and pains, too. The Sun (2015)He rubbed his aching neck; he coughed and swallowed back his vomit. Zindell, David The Broken God (1993)I lay there feeling the aches depart from my bruised flesh. Baxter, Stephen Anti-Ice (1993)Heat is proven to boost your happy hormones as well as ease away muscle aches, so a hot bath is a part of the home spa experience. The Sun (2012)

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Inglês Britânico: ache /eɪk/ NOUN
An ache is a steady, fairly strong pain in a part of your body.
You feel nausea and aches in your muscles.
  • Inglês Americano: ache
  • Árabe: أَلَم
  • Português Brasileiro: dor
  • Chinês:
  • Croata: bol
  • Tcheco: bolest
  • Dinamarquês: smerte
  • Holandês: pijn
  • Espanhol Europeu: dolor
  • Finlandês: särky
  • Francês: douleur
  • Alemão: Schmerz
  • Grego: πόνος
  • Italiano: dolore
  • Japonês: 痛み
  • Coreano: 아픔
  • Norueguês: smerte
  • Polonês: ból
  • Português Europeu: dor
  • Romeno: durere
  • Russo: боль
  • Espanhol: dolor
  • Sueco: värk
  • Tailandês: ความเจ็บปวด
  • Turco: ağrı
  • Ucraniano: біль
  • Vietnamita: sự đau nhức
Inglês Britânico: ache /eɪk/ VERB
If you ache or a part of your body aches, you feel a steady, fairly strong pain.
Her head was throbbing and she ached all over.
  • Inglês Americano: ache
  • Árabe: يُؤْلِمُ
  • Português Brasileiro: doer
  • Chinês: 疼痛
  • Croata: boljeti
  • Tcheco: bolet
  • Dinamarquês: gøre ondt
  • Holandês: pijn doen
  • Espanhol Europeu: doler
  • Finlandês: särkeä kipu
  • Francês: avoir mal
  • Alemão: schmerzen
  • Grego: πονώ
  • Italiano: far male
  • Japonês: 痛む
  • Coreano: 아프다
  • Norueguês: verke
  • Polonês: boleć
  • Português Europeu: doer
  • Romeno: a durea
  • Russo: болеть
  • Espanhol: doler
  • Sueco: värka
  • Tailandês: เจ็บปวด
  • Turco: ağrımak
  • Ucraniano: боліти
  • Vietnamita: đau

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