Fordítások & példák
expand_more A fájdalom mégis tovább gyűrűzött az állkapcsában, átterjedve a koponyaalapra is.
A fájdalom a fejében rögtön alább hagyott, amiért nem győzött eléggé hálálkodni.
Sparhawk érezte, hogy a fájdalom lassan eltávozik a jobb vállából.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "ache" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishThe ache, however, continued in her jaw, creeping around to the base of her skull.
EnglishA slow foxtrot makes your back ache, and your partner may end up disappointed.
EnglishThe pain burned and raged for only a short time, then subsided to a dull ache.
EnglishHe frowned, and his face was so soft and wondering that it made me ache.
EnglishHer eyes still closed, Susan considered his question until her head began to ache.
EnglishBut she didn't come and there was no way he could bear the rotted ache in his left leg.
EnglishThe words were an agony profounder than the ache j in his legs or his lungs.
EnglishImmediately the ache in her head subsided, for which she was grateful.
EnglishI felt an ache just looking at him as he greeted us all and we returned the greeting.
EnglishIt would make my head ache if I had to deal with that side of things.
EnglishIn the recession of the pain, she became aware of a bone-numbing ache in her limbs.
EnglishShe wished, with a sudden ache, that she knew the right thing to do or say.
EnglishHe turned away, leaning heavily on his cane, to ease the ache in his hip.
EnglishFlexing the leg brought the quality of the pain up from a throbbing ache to a sharp, glassy beat.
EnglishNow, after a climb which had made his chest ache, he was within sight of the Mission.
EnglishIt seemed for one moment the ache in her would consume everything-thought, hope, will.
EnglishDespite all the water I had drunk during the day, my head was starting to ache dully again.
EnglishNausea, dizziness-even lying flat she sometimes felt she was falling-and an ache in her bones.
EnglishWarm, drinking the stiffness from her fingers, taking the ache from the joints.
EnglishPanic spurred her, and the ache in her side diminished a little.