Meaning of DISCOMFORT in English

DISCOMFORT

transcription, транскрипция: [ dɪskʌmfə(r)t ]

( discomforts)

1.

Discomfort is a painful feeling in part of your body when you have been hurt slightly or when you have been uncomfortable for a long time.

Steve had some discomfort, but no real pain.

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2.

Discomfort is a feeling of worry caused by shame or embarrassment.

She hears the discomfort in his voice.

= uneasiness

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3.

Discomforts are conditions which cause you to feel physically uncomfortable.

...the discomforts of camping.

≠ comfort

N-COUNT : with supp

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