Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Backache"

The meaning of "Backache" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I have a backache. mean?
A: it means your back hurts

back--your spinal area, the part of your body that is always behind you
ache--pain, hurts, doesn't feel good

Synonyms of "Backache" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I have a backache. and I’m suffering from backache. ?
A: The former is more natural, more casual, and more temporary. The latter is a little more archaic and implies that it is chronic. It would be more natural to say, in the latter case, 'I'm suffering from back pain'.
Q: What is the difference between I have backache. and I have a backache. ?
A: I have backache would not be correct grammar as I have a backache would be
Q: What is the difference between I have a lower backache. and I have a lower back pain. ?
A: you can say “I have a backache” but not “I have a lower backache”
Q: What is the difference between backache and back pain and bad back ?
A: Backache is just a small pain in your back that goes away after awhile. Back pain is pain in your back caused by doing something. Bad back are people who have serious problems with their backs. Some example sentences are: "my back aches today" "I'm having serious back pains after lifting all of those boxes" "I have a bad back from always sitting with bad posture"

Translations of "Backache"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? backache
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? backache
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I have a backache
A: @ahlamabod sounds great!

Other questions about "Backache"

Q: ​​I have had backache recently. Does this sound natural?
A: @Tomoo: I would say natural but it depends on the circumstances.

For example, if you were explaining to someone that you had a backache recently but now you're better then it's fine. Although saying "my back has been aching" sounds more natural to me.
Q: When it gets cold, my backache comes back. Does this sound natural?
A: When it gets cold, my back starts aching again.
Q: You'll get a backache if you chill your back. Does this sound natural?
A: sorry>< i'm not sure what you're saying.
maybe "you'll get a backache if you slouch" ?
Q: I have this backache and neckache problems from last two years. I don't know how to get rid with these problems.i wonder it won't kill me in future. Does this sound natural?
A: I have backache and neckache problems from last two years. I don't know how to get rid of these problems . I hope it won't kill me in future.
Q: I get backache easily. Does this sound natural?
A: "I get backaches easily."

When talking about things in general (i.e. not something specific), usually we add an 's'.
E.g. Compare "Apples are yummy" to "This apple is yummy".
The first sentence talks about apples in general (so we add 's'). The second sentence is talking about a specific apple (so we don't add 's').

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