• VerbeSGsuffersPRsufferingPT, PPsuffered
    1. VI To undergo hardship.
      1. VI To feel pain.
        1. At least he didn't suffer when he died in the car crash. ‎
      2. VI (construed with from) To have a disease or condition.
        1. He's suffering from the flu this week. ‎
      3. VI To become worse.
        1. If you keep partying like this, your school-work will suffer. ‎
      4. VT To endure, undergo.
        1. VT (archaic) To allow.
        2. Plus d'exemples
          1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
            • One sour note was the withdrawal of Rosicky, who suffered concussion after a heavy collision.
            • In a postacute care study mortality was found to be increased in patients suffering severe delirium in the nondementia patient group, regardless of the subtype.
            • Many people have suffered from colds, the sniffles and other childhood illnesses.
          2. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase
            • ...all the hinges of the animal frame are subverted, every animal function is vitiated; the carcass retains but just life enough to make it capable of suffering.
            • As they do they're encountering barn swallows, and the meeker barnies are suffering.
            • Though sexual myths project the image of the black male "pussy bandit," the "player" as the erotic hero leading this life of endless pleasure, behind the mask is the reality of suffering.

        Meaning of suffer for the defined word.

        Grammaticalement, ce mot "suffer" est un verbe, plus spécifiquement, un verbes intransitif et un verbes transitif.
        • Partie du discours Hiérarchie
          1. Verbes
            • Verbes intransitifs
              • Verbes transitifs
            Difficulté: Niveau 1
            Facile     ➨     Difficile
            Définition: Niveau 9
            Précis    ➨     Polyvalent
            Liens Connexes:
            1. en suffered
            2. en suffering
            3. en sufferings
            4. en suffers
            5. en sufferer