distress en Inglés

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n. extreme danger; trouble, hardship
v. upset, sadden, trouble, grieve; make a piece of furniture appear old, antique (by denting, scratching, painting, etc.)

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How the locomotive had become separated from the train, he could not imagine; but he did not doubt that the train left behind was in distress.
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There, he could see the distress of some tens of thousands of people, who are crammed together within walking distance of the airport runways.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The Spirit paused for a moment, as it noted his distress, and wanted to give him time to recover.
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But it was the very uncertainty which distressed the others and excused their behaviour.
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In spite of all his distress, he was unable to suppress a smile at this idea.
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It had distressed him that the goosey-gander, who had spoken up so glibly for himself, should give such evasive answers when it concerned him.
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It is too ugly, too horrible, too distressing.
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My son, you distress me very much.
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The neighbors help the family in distress.
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“When I saw the distress of the families who suffered the pain of losing their loved ones, and the sadness and resentment of the public, I thought I should take full responsibility as prime minister,” Chung added.
(Voice of America)
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