Hurt - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- psychological suffering (syn: distress, suffering)
- feelings of mental or physical pain (syn: suffering)
- a damage or loss (syn: detriment)
- the act of damaging something or someone (syn: damage, harm, scathe)
- give trouble or pain to
- cause emotional anguish or make miserable (syn: anguish, pain)
- cause damage or affect negatively (syn: injure)
- hurt the feelings of (syn: bruise, injure, offend, spite, wound)
- feel physical pain (syn: ache, suffer)
- feel pain or be in pain (syn: suffer)
- damaged; used of inanimate objects or their value (syn: weakened)
Be careful with that knife or you could hurt yourself.
Ouch! You're hurting my arm!
She was badly hurt in a car accident.
My tooth still hurts me.
When I woke up this morning I hurt all over.
Their lack of interest in her work hurt her deeply.
You're only hurting yourself by holding a grudge against them.
It hurt me to see her go.
The lack of rain has hurt the corn crop.
If we lose this game it will seriously hurt our chances of making the play-offs.
Her sympathy eased the hurt he felt after his dog's death.
They felt a great hurt after their bitter divorce.
She tried to put past hurts behind her.
It hurts me to cough.
It hurts me to see her ruin her life.
present participle: hurting
past tense: hurt
past participle: hurt