раненый; пострадавший; оскорбленный; поврежденный;
вред ; ущерб ; повреждение; рана ; боль ; обида ;
причинять боль; болеть; ныть; повредить; ушибить; расшибать; причинять вред; причинять ущерб; делать больно; задевать; обижать; уязвлять
- "They'll hurt me if I tell you"
- In her case, perhaps, it was not so much leaving a group that hurt as leaving a stage.
- SIXTEEN police officers were hurt, including seven sprayed with CS gas, and 51 people were arrested at an acid house party, police said yesterday.
- At first it wasn't too bad but soon his finger was prodding right inside her and that hurt, a sharp, squeaky sort of pain like someone drawing a fingernail across a sheet of plastic.
- But to see her like that would hurt my feelings and hurt our Izzat (pride)."
- He pushed his bicycle up the hill from Wheatley station in the company of another new student who had a strangely similar background: of nonconformist origins, with his father an official of a nonconformist Church; a young man who postponed his own confirmation into the Church of England because his parents might be hurt; and who swung at the university from his very Protestant background into a sense of the devotional stature in Anglo-Catholicism, and into convictions which never left him for the rest of his life; a graduate of Balliol College, by name Austin Farrer.
- Therefore it is easy to assume that this must be a deliberate, callous attempt to inflict hurt.
- He could see a hurt, misunderstood look spreading across Karen's face.
- It didn't really hurt as long as she didn't get his face.
- "He was going to hurt Leila."
- Professor Andrew Greeley extended this by drawing attention to the special sensitivity of the sufferers, by which they are easily hurt, which he found often resulted from an unhappy childhood.
- Across the emptying room another hurt mind had been at the same moment of time glanced by unwanted evocations of shabby Forest sheep nudging together in a brick shelter on a high road through the trees.
- When she had aimed the bottle at Gazzer's head, years of pent-up hurt and frustration had spilled over into violence: violence which she had previously directed against herself or had lived through only in her mind.