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

The meaning of "Suffering" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does trying to ease suffering even when that puts you in the line of fire. mean?
A: 그것이 당신을 사선으로 밀어 넣을 때 고통을 감소시켜 보세요.

게임에서 나온 문장인가요? 😅

여기서 "사선" 이라는 단어는, 한국에선 군대에서 쓰는 단어입니다.
총의 총구와 목표간의 선을 사선이라고 하는데요,
전쟁 났을 때 아군의 사선 안에 서 있으면 적을 맞추는 게 아니라 아군을 쏴버리기 때문에
아군의 총이 향하는 "사선" 안에 서 있지 않도록 교육을 받습니다.

하여튼, 무언가(that)가 당신(you)을 그러한 사선 안으로 밀어 넣나 보네요.
그때 공격에 맞으면 아프니까 "ease suffering" 고통을 줄이는 무언가를 시도해보라고 하네요
게임이면 뭔가 방어스킬이 있나 보네요 😅

프로필의 응답률을 보니 질문만 하고 사라지시는 것 같네요.
도움이 되셨다면 좋아요를 눌러주시고
궁금한 점이 더 있다면 답글을 달아주세요!
Q: What does knocked suffering out of them mean?
A: It’s an idiom.

Imagine something that is normally full of stuffing. A cushion or a soft toy.

Without the stuffing it is flat and shapeless.

Today was hard, it knocked the stuffing right out of me.

They caught the pickpocket and knocked the stuffing out of him.

It means to be exhausted or beaten.
Q: What does suffering succotash! mean?
A: It's an expression no longer used, except for Sylvester the cat in the Looney Tunes cartoons, and expresses annoyance. It's from the 1800's when people didn't want to outright swear so suffering succotash stood for suffering savior (like dangnabit stood for damnation).
Q: What does suffering mean?
A: it means to be in pain of some sort. can be something that just hurts you

Example sentences using "Suffering"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stressful and suffering .
A: School is very stressful.
Q: Please show me example sentences with suffering.
A: Many children in poor countries are suffering from hunger.

The woman suffers from a serious disease.

After the bad storm, the town suffered from a lot of damage.
Q: Please show me example sentences with suffering.
A: She is suffering from a serious disease.

Synonyms of "Suffering" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between suffering and sufferings ?
A: I don't think we usually say "sufferings".
Q: What is the difference between be suffering from cash shortage and be struggling with cash shortage ?
A: “Suffering” expresses a more intense and difficult situation than “struggling.”

“I’m suffering from a cash shortage. I barely have enough money to buy food, so I’m hungry all the time.”

“I’m struggling with a cash shortage, so I can’t spend money on extra things right now.”

But to be honest, “struggling/suffering from a cash shortage” is not a phrase that sounds completely natural. We are more likely to say “I’m completely broke.”
Q: What is the difference between has been suffering from persistent rhinitis. and has been suffering from chronic rhinitis. ?
A: My rhinitis has been persistent for several days.

I have chronic rhinitis and have learned how to live with it.
Q: What is the difference between He has been suffering from the permanent rhinitis. and He has been suffering from the persistent rhinitis. ?
A: Permanent = Lasts forever, even in the future
Persistent = Have had Rhinitis until now. May be cured in the future.

And you should omit "the" in both sentences. :)
Q: What is the difference between He has been suffering from the permanent rhinitis. and He has been suffering from the chronic rhinitis. ?
A: "He has been suffering from the permanent rhinitis" says that the rhinitis cannot go away and can never be helped. "He has been suffering from the chronic rhinitis" says that the rhinitis has been hurting for a very long time, but not forever.

Translations of "Suffering"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? suffering
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? おなかいっぱいで苦しい(I’m suffering from being full??? or I’m full to death???)
A: Here are some ways of saying it.

I'm stuffed!
I can't eat another bite!
I've had too much food!
I couldn't possibly have more.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? suffering
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Suffering"

Q: All of sufferings we've gotten would be the best gifts and treasures that are given from our life. does this sound natural?
A: I would say "sometimes the hardest lessons in life are the most valuable"
Q: I've been suffering from insomnia for almost my entire life. My mom told me how hard it was to make me get into sleep even when I was a little baby. Until now, I just find it extremely hard getting into sleep especially when I am under pressure or stress. I sometimes blame god for not letting me sleep just like other people. I have heaps of things to do tomorrow-technically today because it's over midnight- and I ran short of my sleeping pills. Now what? Hot and humid whether is making the situation even worse. What am I supposed to do? does this sound natural?
A: make me get into sleep = x
make me get to sleep = ✓

getting into sleep = x
getting to sleep = ✓

because it's over midnight = x
because it's past midnight = ✓

and I'm running short on sleeping pills = ✓

Note: "short of" sounds a little unnatural for me in this situation but technically I think it can be used. I would use "short on" as shown in my suggested sentence above.
Q: When we avoid the legitimate suffering that results from dealing with problems, we also avoid the growth that problems demand from us. does this sound natural?
A: I think you did a great job and your accent is lovely continue practicing, I understood you 😊
Q: I hope that all suffering will end in the world. すべての苦しみが世界からなくなりますように。 does this sound natural?
A: "I hope that all the suffering in the world will end." sounds more natural
Q: I hope that all suffering will end in the world. すべての苦しみが世界からなくなりますように。 does this sound natural?
A: I hope that all the suffering in the world will end.
Sounds a bit more natural.

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