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

The meaning of "Suffer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does suffer mean?
A: Suffer is when someone goes through pain, it can be both mentally or physically for example. Pam suffers from short term memory loss. When I said that I didn't mean to make you suffer.
Q: What does suffer mean?
A: 直译是痛苦, 但多数时候用来表示被某种东西所困扰, 如“ I suffer from headache (我被头痛所困扰)"
Q: What does suffer mean?
A: suffer means pain maybe physically or emotionally which is something bad or unpleasant lol
Q: What does suffer mean?
A: It's just to have a negative experience and endure the negative consequences
Q: What does I suffered you suffered we both suffered I'm still suffering mean?
A: I suffered - I was in pain You suffered - you were in pain We suffered - you and I were in pain I'm still suffering - I was and still am in pain

Example sentences using "Suffer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with suffer.
A: I don't want you to suffer. He likes to watch them suffer. You won't suffer too much longer.
Q: Please show me example sentences with suffer from .
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Q: Please show me example sentences with suffer.
A: He suffered from horrible back pain. He suffered me to help him with his shoelaces [old-fashioned usage] She suffered in silence. [がまんと言う意味]
Q: Please show me example sentences with suffer from.
A: I suffer from bad pollen allergies. California is deeply suffering from lack of rain.

Synonyms of "Suffer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between suffer from and suffering from ?
A: ほぼ同じですよね。「suffering」形は一時的なことを示すと思います。「suffer」だけの形はもうちょっと慢性の感じです。だから、"I suffer from a cold" はとてもおかしいです。"I'm suffering from a cold" のほうが自然です。一方、"I suffer from anxiety" は 自然な言い方だと思います。不安障害の人を示します。
Q: What is the difference between suffer and suffer from ?
A: To suffer in general means you are feeling awful. To suffer from means you are feeling awful because of something special. Like I suffer means I’m feeling awful. While - I suffer from cancer or I suffer from a broken heart - puts a reason behind you feeling awful
Q: What is the difference between “inflict” and "suffer" ?
A: If you were to inflict pain upon someone else, you would be the one causing them to feel pain. If you were suffering, then you would be the one recieving the pain or experiencing pain of some sort.
Q: What is the difference between suffer and struggle ?
A: Suffer is to to be experiencing somthing bad or a way to tell someone about a bad condition. For example: Sara suffers from depression. They put the dog down because he was suffering. Struggle is to be trying but are faced with difficulties. For exampme: He is struggling with cancer. He struggled to get his pay check from his boss. He struggled to get away from the robber.
Q: What is the difference between suffer and suffer from ?
A: recipient of the suffering = "suffer from" cause of the suffering = suffer "Many people suffer from cancer." People are getting the suffering. "Cancer causes suffering to many people." Cancer is the cause of suffering

Translations of "Suffer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? suffered
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Other questions about "Suffer"

Q: I'm suffering from learning English. does this sound natural?
A: × I'm suffering from learning English. ✓ I'm suffering with learning English.
Q: I suffer for I don't have what I want I suffer because I don't have what I want does this sound natural?
A: The first sentence is correct but people don't talk like that anymore. It is common to see that form used in poetry or in older writing. The second sentence is common for everyday conversation.
Q: I'm suffering from sick does this sound natural?
A: It should be "I'm suffering from sickness."
Q: they probably suffer from or they probably suffering from
A: Both are technically correct. You can say: "They probably suffer from a high temperature" (like a fever) However in the second one, you must use the verb "to be" since it refers to "they" "They are suffering from cancer" "The world is suffering from drought" (lack of water) "My daughter has been suffering from a high fever for the past week"

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