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hurt /hɜːt $ hɜːrt/ verb (past tense and past participle hurt)
hurt adjective

صدمه زدن اسیب ، ازار رساندن ، اسیب زدن به ، ازردن ، اذیت کردن ، جریحه دار کردن ، خسارت رساندن ، اسیب ، ازار ، زیان ، صدمه ، قانون ـ فقه: مصدوم ، اذیت
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- harm, bruise, damage, disable, impair, injure, mar, spoil, wound
- ache, be sore, be tender, burn, smart, sting, throb
- sadden, annoy, distress, grieve, pain, upset, wound
- distress, discomfort, pain, pang, soreness, suffering
- injured, bruised, cut, damaged, harmed, scarred, wounded
- offended, aggrieved, crushed, wounded
Antonyms: benefit
Related Words: abuse, afflict, mistreat, misuse
English Thesaurus: hurt, ache, throb, sting, smart, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Hurt, John
(1940–) a British actor whose films include The Elephant Man (1980) and Captain Corelli's Mandolin (2001)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Hurt, William
(1950–) a US film and theatre actor whose films include The Big Chill (1983), and The Accidental Tourist (1988). He won an Oscar for Kiss of the Spiderwoman (1985).

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. hurt1 S1 W2 /hɜːt $ hɜːrt/ verb (past tense and past participle hurt)
[Word Family: noun: hurt, hurtfulness; adjective: hurtunhurt, hurtful; verb: hurt; adverb: hurtfully]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: hurter 'to crash violently into']

1. INJURE SOMEBODY [transitive] to injure yourself or someone else:
Was anyone hurt in the accident?
Put that thing down – you might hurt someone with it.
hurt your arm/leg/nose etc
He hurt his knee playing football.
hurt yourself
Be careful you don’t fall and hurt yourself.

2. FEEL PAIN [intransitive] to feel pain in part of your body ⇒ ache:
My back hurts.
Where does it hurt?
It hurts when I try to move my leg.
hurt like hell informal (=hurt very much)
My shoulder hurts like hell.

3. CAUSE PAIN [transitive] to cause pain in a part of your body:
The sun’s hurting my eyes.

4. INSULT SOMEBODY [intransitive and transitive] to make someone feel very upset, unhappy, sad etc:
I didn’t mean to hurt your feelings.
it hurts (somebody) to do something
What hurts is that he never even said goodbye.
It hurt me to think that you hated me.

5. BAD EFFECT [transitive] to have a bad effect on someone or something, especially by making them less successful or powerful:
Foreign competition has hurt the company’s position in the market.

6. be hurting American English
a) informal to feel very upset or unhappy about something:
Martha’s going through a divorce and really hurting right now.
b) if a group, organization etc is hurting, they do not have something important that they need
be hurting for
The team is hurting for quarterbacks.

7. something won’t/doesn’t hurt spoken said when you think someone should do something or that something is a good idea:
The house looks pretty good, but a fresh paint job wouldn’t hurt either.
it won’t/doesn’t hurt (somebody) to do something
It won’t hurt Julia to get up early for a change.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. hurt2 adjective
[Word Family: noun: hurt, hurtfulness; adjective: hurtunhurt, hurtful; verb: hurt; adverb: hurtfully]

1. [not usually before noun] suffering pain or injury Synonym : injured
badly/seriously hurt
Fortunately, no one was seriously hurt.
Sometimes players get hurt in training.

2. very upset or unhappy because someone has said or done something unkind, dishonest, or unfair:
Rachel felt hurt and betrayed.
He’s no good for you, Jenny. You’ll only get hurt again.
his hurt pride
She wore a hurt expression on her face.
very/deeply hurt
Alice was deeply hurt that she hadn’t been invited.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. hurt3 noun [uncountable and countable]
[Word Family: noun: hurt, hurtfulness; adjective: hurtunhurt, hurtful; verb: hurt; adverb: hurtfully]
a feeling of great unhappiness because someone, especially someone you trust, has treated you badly or unfairly:
She saw the hurt in his eyes.
all the hurts and wrongs of the past

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. injured
VERBS be, look | get Stop that or you'll get hurt!
ADV. badly, seriously Steve didn't look seriously hurt.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. upset
VERBS be, feel, look, seem, sound | get
ADV. bitterly, deeply, extremely, really, terribly, very | a bit, quite, rather, slightly
PREP. by Roy seemed deeply hurt by this remark.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADJ. bitter, deep, great
VERB + HURT feel the deep hurt that he felt when Jane left him
cause She knew that she had caused her husband a lot of hurt.

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I. cause pain/injury
ADV. badly, seriously She fell and hurt her leg quite badly. No one was seriously hurt in the accident.

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II. be/feel painful
ADV. badly, a lot, really My ankle still hurts quite badly. Does it hurt a lot? Ouch! It really hurts.
VERB + HURT be going to I knew it was going to hurt?but not that much!
begin to

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III. upset sb
ADV. badly, deeply, really, terribly Her remarks hurt him deeply. They never told me why and that really hurt.
VERB + HURT attempt to, try to Are you deliberately trying to hurt me?
want to Why would I want to hurt her?
not mean to I never meant to hurt anyone.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: cry before one is hurt or holler before one is hurt

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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