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discomfort 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/disˈkəmfərt/,
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discomforts, plural;
  1. Make (someone) feel uneasy, anxious, or embarrassed
    • - she liked to discomfort my mother by her remarks
  2. Cause (someone) slight pain
    • - the patient's condition has discomforting symptoms
Noun
  1. Lack of physical comfort
    • - the discomforts of too much sun in summer
  2. Slight pain
    • - the patient complained of discomfort in the left calf
  3. A state of mental unease; worry or embarrassment
    • - his remarks caused her discomfort

  1. the state of being tense and feeling pain
  2. an uncomfortable feeling of mental painfulness or distress
  3. Mental or bodily distress; Something that disturbs one’s comfort; an annoyance; To cause annoyance or distress
  4. An unpleasant, but not painful, feeling.
  5. Discomfort is viewed as a mild form of distress.
  6. Measure of how uncomfortable the ride is. Discomfort can be caused by many factors including: Uncomfortable seats and restraints such as those without padding or with overhead shoulder harnesses that lead to headbanging. ...
  7. due to hair removal varies greatly by individual and body area. Electrolysis is generally considered most painful, followed by laser, plucking, and waxing. Body areas most prone to discomfort are underneath the nostrils, around the lips, and the bikini zone.
  8. The Course alerts us to the fact that we may feel discomfort at times, as we progress along our spiritual path. ...
  9. or an annoying state of affairs -- Anything the subject avoids or abandons.
  10. criterion for abnormality that suggests that only behaviors that cause a person great distress should be labeled as abnormal
  11. feeling of uneasiness