agony

agony
[΄ægəni] n տանջանք, չարչարանք. agony of despair հուսահատության տառապանք. (ուժեղ ցավ) She was in agony with her broken leg Կոտրված ոտքը նրան սարսափելի ցավ էր պատ ճառում. suffer agonies with toothache ատամի ցավից տառապել. in an agony of suspense անհայտությունից տանջվել. (հոգեվարք) the agony of death մահվան հոգեվարք. the agony column հայտարարություններ անհայտ կորածների մասին (լրագրում)

English-Armenian Dictionary. Բարաթյան Ն.Ռ. Անգլերեն-հայերեն Բառարան/— Yerevan. . 2011.

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