Translation of ail in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /eɪl/


  • [arch or journ] aquejar [formal] what ails you? [archaic/arcaico] ¿qué tienes?, ¿qué te sucede?
    More example sentences
    • A doctor who specializes in sports medicine, however, would give you an answer more tailored to your fitness level and whatever ails you.
    • Her back is strong, so you can go to her to shoulder the angst of whatever ails you.
    • Coffee has been a comfort, an instigator, and a cure for whatever ails you for hundreds of years.


  • no andar* bien, estar* enfermo he's been ailing for a long time hace tiempo que no anda bien

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