Translation of ache in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (give pain)(tooth/ear/leg)my back/head achesmy legs/feet acheme duele la espalda/la cabezathese statistics make my head acheme duelen las piernas/los piesI'm aching all over it makes my heart acheestas estadísticas me dan dolor de cabezame da muchísima penaExample sentences1.2
also: aching present participle(shoulders/muscles)with an aching hearther departure left an aching void in his lifecon gran dolor de corazónsu partida dejó un doloroso vacío en su vida
- She is talking up a storm and making my stomach ache with laughter.
- When my back starts to ache, I'll carry my laptop downstairs and work standing up on the counter in my kitchen.
- Annie's head ached, her ribs hurt from coughing, and the simple act of craning her neck to peer through a clear spot on the windshield made her dizzy.
- 2 (yearn) See examples:to ache to +
infinitiveto acheansiar + infinitive forsomethingsuspirar poralgoExample sentences
- We were aching with a desire to see a winner.
- Having golfed for a week in Scotland the week before I was aching to play.
- Anthea has not been on the television for years so is aching to get back into the limelight.
- aches and painswith an ache in his heartachaques (masculine plural)con gran dolor de corazónExample sentences
- But surprisingly to her, the painful ache in her heart did not come, nor did tears well up in her eyes.
- And now there is an intense ache where he was, where he would have been in all these things.
- It's more brazen, more shot through with the raw ache of relationships and the nakedness of emotional experience.
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