There are 3 translations of hurt in Spanish:

hurt1

Pronunciation: /hɜːrt; hɜːt/

vt (past & past p hurt)

  • 1 1.1 (cause pain) you're hurting her/me! ¡le/me estás haciendo daño!, ¡la/me estás lastimando! (esp AmL) my foot is hurting me me duele el pie my feet are hurting me me duelen los pies 1.2 (injure) I hurt my ankle me hice daño en el tobillo, me lastimé el tobillo (esp AmL) 50 hurt in rail crash 50 heridos en accidente ferroviario to hurt oneself, to get hurt hacerse* daño, lastimarse (esp AmL) be careful! you'll hurt yourself ten cuidado, te vas a hacer daño or (esp AmL) te vas a lastimar I'm not badly hurt no me he hecho mucho daño 50 passengers were badly hurt 50 pasajeros resultaron gravemente heridos nobody got hurt a nadie le pasó nada
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    • Despite being seriously hurt, their injuries are not life-threatening, and their families are with them at the hospital.
    • It was one of those spectacular injuries that doesn't hurt much but involves impressive blood loss that actually drips on to the ground.
    • The man, who was not wearing a cycle helmet, was seriously hurt, but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
  • 2 2.1 (distress emotionally) I've been hurt too often me han hecho sufrir demasiadas veces you're bound to get hurt te van a hacer sufrir, terminarás sufriendo their remarks hurt me deeply lo que dijeron me dolió or me lastimó mucho this is going to hurt me much more than it is going to hurt you [set phrase] esto me va a doler mucho más a mí que a ti I'm sorry if I've hurt your feelings siento haberte ofendido he didn't want to hurt anybody's feelings no quería herir susceptibilidades, no quería ofender a nadie 2.2 (affect adversely) perjudicar* it won't hurt him to have to cook his own breakfast no se va a morir por tener que prepararse el desayuno hard work never hurt anyone trabajar duro nunca le hizo daño or mal a nadie
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    • Higher interest rates can hurt stocks because they raise the cost of borrowing to expand businesses and cut into corporate profits.
    • Of course, there's always a risk the markets will overdo it and push long-term interest rates too high, hurting the economy in the process.
    • And a sharp spike in interest rates would hurt some homeowners who have just got their foot on the housing ladder.
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    • It hurts me sore to say it, but, however she got there, we heard or saw nothing.
    • Their paranoia is discrediting them, burning bridges, and hurting us.
    • It was always painful to hurt other people's feelings, and to destroy their hopes along with it.

vi (past & past p hurt)

  • 1 (be source of pain) doler* my leg/head hurts me duele la pierna/la cabeza where does it hurt? ¿dónde le duele? it hurts when I move it me duele cuando lo muevo do your shoes hurt? ¿te hacen daño los zapatos? this won't hurt a bit no te va a doler nada we'll hit them where it hurts most les vamos a dar donde más les duele the truth sometimes hurts a veces la verdad duele it hurts to have to admit it, but I was in the wrong me cuesta admitirlo, pero estaba equivocado
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    • The problem when you are injured is regaining strength - but your body hurts all the time and exercise causes even more pain.
    • His head felt like it was on fire, and his whole body hurt with a dull ache.
    • My body hurts so much that I can barely hold myself upright.
  • 2 (have adverse effects) shall we try again? it can't hurt ¿lo volvemos a intentar? no tenemos nada que perder go on! one more glass won't hurt anda, no pasa nada si te tomas otra copa it won't hurt to postpone it for a while no pasa nada si lo dejamos por el momento it wouldn't hurt to water the plants occasionally! [iro] un poco de agua de vez en cuando no les vendría mal a las plantas [irónico/ironical]
  • 3 [colloquial/familiar] 3.1 (feel pain) I was hurting all over me dolía todo he was still hurting after the divorce (AmE) todavía estaba resentido por lo del divorcio she was still hurting for him seguía echándolo de menos 3.2 (suffer adverse effects) (AmE) to be hurting estar* pasándola or pasándolo mal [familiar/colloquial]
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    • However, it is two hours into the program and a recurring trend is that these people are hurting as badly as any progressives are in this country.
    • We were hurting badly and I wanted to know how Paul was feeling because he had missed the decisive penalty.
    • He replied sternly, but his voice indicated how badly he was hurting.

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There are 3 translations of hurt in Spanish:

hurt2

n

u
  • 1.1 (emotional) dolor (m), pena (f)
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    • They will never see their marriage discussed, or their hurts and pains made public.
    • It's extremely difficult to do, and I think that one of the reasons that people tend to hold on to their hurts or to their upsets is that it does require giving up part of yourself.
    • Are responses that are more traumatic related to previous hurts, the couples' dynamic, the nature of the infidelity, or some other issue?
    1.2 (physical) [esp used to or by children] where's the hurt? ¿dónde te has hecho pupa or (Méx) coco or (CS) nana or (Col) ayayay? [lenguaje infantil/used to or by children]
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    • Actual bodily harm is any hurt or injury calculated to interfere with the health and so called comfort of the victim and must be more than merely trivial or transient.
    • On Monday, a mystery blast on the capital's main street inflicted direct physical hurt on more than a dozen people.
    • It is to Nicola's eternal credit that her main concern was that those with her in the salon had managed to dash to safety and escape physical hurt.

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Word of the day mandado
adj
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Cultural fact of the day

The RAE (Real Academia de la Lengua Española) is a body established in the eighteenth century to record and preserve the Spanish language. It is made up of académicos, who are normally well-known literary figures and/or academic experts on the Spanish language. The RAE publishes the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española, which is regarded as an authority on correct Spanish. Affiliated academies exist in Latin American countries.

There are 3 translations of hurt in Spanish:

hurt3

adj

  • 1.1 (physically) [finger/foot] lastimado she was badly hurt resultó gravemente herida, resultó malherida 1.2 (emotionally) [feelings/pride] herido; [tone/expression] dolido to feel/be hurt sentirse*/estar* dolido

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Word of the day mandado
adj
es muy mandado = he's a real opportunist …
Cultural fact of the day

The RAE (Real Academia de la Lengua Española) is a body established in the eighteenth century to record and preserve the Spanish language. It is made up of académicos, who are normally well-known literary figures and/or academic experts on the Spanish language. The RAE publishes the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española, which is regarded as an authority on correct Spanish. Affiliated academies exist in Latin American countries.