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distress  Verb
Plural: distresses
  1. Translate "distress" to Spanish: afligir, acongojar, angustiar, atribular, desconsolar, hacer zozobrar
    English Synonyms of "distress": afflict, aggrieve, anguish, cause sadness, grieve, pain, sadden
    Define meaning of "distress": Cause mental pain to.
  2. The news of her child's illness distressed the mother.

  3. Translate "distress" to Spanish: embargar
    English Synonyms of "distress": confiscate, embargo, impose an embargo on, seize, sequester, take legal possession of, distrain
    Define meaning of "distress": Take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority.

distress  Noun
  1. Translate "distress" to Spanish: desasosiego, aflicción, angustia, ansiedad, sufrimiento, agonía, dolor, fatiga, grave preocupación, zozobra, desamparo, descompostura, tribulación
    English Synonyms of "distress": anxiety, sorrow, unrest, apprehension, disquiet, fearful expectation, uneasiness, dither
    Define meaning of "distress": Psychological suffering.
  2. The death of his wife caused him great distress.

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  3. Translate "distress" to Spanish: sufrimiento físico
    English Synonyms of "distress": physical suffering
    Define meaning of "distress": Extreme physical pain.
  4. The patient appeared to be in distress.

  5. Translate "distress" to Spanish: suma necesidad, suma urgencia
    English Synonyms of "distress": great urgency, great need, hot water
    Define meaning of "distress": A state of adversity (danger or affliction or need).
  6. A ship in distress.
    She was the classic maiden in distress.

  7. Translate "distress" to Spanish: embargo, ejecución, secuestro
    English Synonyms of "distress": confiscation, arret, distrainment, distraint, embargo, garnishment, legal seizure of property, seizure
    Define meaning of "distress": The seizure and holding of property as security for payment of a debt or satisfaction of a claim.
  8. Originally distress was a landloard's remedy against a tenant for unpaid rents or property damage but now the landlord is given a landlord's lien.

  9. Translate "distress" to Spanish: angustia mental, angustia, distrés
    English Synonyms of "distress": affliction, anguish, agony, heartache, heartbreak, internal disturbance, mental anguish, mental suffering
    Define meaning of "distress": Psychological suffering.
  10. The death of his wife caused him great distress.

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Verb Conjugation for "distress"
Gerund: distressing
Past Participle: distressed

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