nu c /ˈtɔːrment; ˈtɔːment/
- tormento (m) these shoes are an absolute torment estos zapatos son un tormento or un martirio or un suplicio to be in torment sufrir mucho, sufrir lo indecible he went through torment(s) when she left him sufrió lo indecible cuando lo dejó
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- atormentar, torturar; (tease) martirizar* tormented by remorse atormentado por los remordimientosMore example sentences
- Unfortunately, in spite of some progress, many of these kids are still tormented and teased.
- Some are described as mischievous or ‘cheeky’ and like to annoy and torment people by taking things away or hiding them.
- I only tell you this to assure you that many Mac people are near and dear to me and I would never do anything intentionally to taunt, tease or torment any of you.