Translation of stricken in Spanish:
- 1.1 (afflicted)stricken
withsomethinga man stricken with diseasestricken with terrible arthritisun hombre enfermoa country stricken with famine I was suddenly stricken with remorseaquejado de terrible artritis1.2 (damaged) an area stricken by frequent floodsde pronto me empezó a remorder la concienciathe industry has been stricken by the recessionuna zona azotada por frecuentes inundacionesla industria se ha visto afectada por la recesiónExample sentences1.3 (sorrowful) 1.4 (wounded) [archaic or liter]
- The stricken look on his face tells us that the narcissist has no answer and never will.
- Instead, I took one look at your stricken face and ran all the way to Piccadilly Circus.
- Less than a full hour into my set, the club owner burst into the DJ booth, a stricken look on his face.
- The pressure of school tests is forcing children stricken with serious infections into school to sit exams.
- God, whose plan is ineffable, foreordained that the heart of Jesus would be stricken with seven afflictions.
- She was stricken with immense pain and she immediately covered the injured optic orb with her hands.
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