English translation of 'aflito'
aflitoaflita [aˈflitu, a]
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'aflito' in Other Languages
British English: aggrieved ADJECTIVE
If you feel aggrieved, you feel upset and angry because of the way you have been treated.
I really feel aggrieved at this sort of thing.
British English: anguished ADJECTIVE
Anguished means showing or feeling great mental suffering or physical pain.
She let out an anguished cry.
British English: distressed ADJECTIVE
If someone is distressed, they are upset or worried.
I feel very alone and distressed about my problem.
Translation of aflito from the Collins Portuguese to English
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