Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Sore"s

Il significato di "Sore" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa cold sores?
Q: Che cosa significa "sore"?
A: To be "sore" is when your muscles ache. For example, you feel sore after a hard workout. Or your feet feel sore after standing all day.
Q: Che cosa significa sores and boiles??
A: A sore (dolorido) is a raw or painful place on the body, like when someone works out for the first time and they come home sore.

A boil is an inflamed pus-filled swelling on the skin, like a blister.
Q: Che cosa significa sore?
A: Hurting, raw, sensitive. Not wounded and not necessarily injured, but think of it this way: a part of someone's body is sore when it's red, aching, and perhaps slightly throbbing. It's often red, but doesn't have to be. For example, if you don't work out for a while and then go do some pushups, your arms will become stiff and sore after a while. Repeatedly beating an area of the skin lightly can also make it sore.

Frasi esempio "Sore"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con sore.
A: Here’s how I’ve heard it: 1. I’m sore.
2. My body is sore.
The word is often used to describe body ache/pain
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con sore.
A: My legs felt sore after running so much.

A heating pad can help sore muscles.

I’m sick with a sore throat.

He has a sore on his lip.

That’s a sore subject to bring up.

John started yelling and throwing things when someone else won the contest. He’s a sore loser.

Unaware of the dress code, I wore a T-shirt and jeans to a super formal event. I stuck out like a sore thumb. (It’s a saying)
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con sore.
A: My ankle is very sore.
Is your back sore? You're walking funny.
How sore is the pain?
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con sore.
A: I felt so sore after I worked out.

Parole simili a "Sore" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra sore e ill ?
A: The word "sore" is a synonym of "inflamed", "sensitive".

e.g.: She has a sore throat.
John has trained so hard that his body is sore.

We use "ill" as a synonym for "poor health" or feeling unwell in general. It's more formal than the term "sick", which generally represents more temporary illnesses, while "ill" can refer to something more serious.

e.g. He has been ill for a couple weeks.
Sarah is ill in hospital with a chest infection.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra sore e muscle pain ?
A: "sore" is an adjective. It is used WAY more commonly.

"muscle pain" is a noun. It's mainly used by doctors, or when talking about things in a medical, doctor-y way.
(It works as a direct translation for 筋肉痛 because it's also a noun, but it is not used even nearly as much.)
Q: Qual è la differenza tra sore e pain ?
A: Sore? I think it’s usually for muscles. and pain can be anywhere.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra sore e pain ?
A: Great question!

First, sore is an adjective (soreness is the noun). Pain is a noun (and painful is the adjective).

>I have a sore back. My back is sore.

>I have pain in my back. I am in pain.

Also, pain can be used for both physical and emotional or mental suffering whereas soreness generally only refers to physical pain.

I use sore the most referring to when I've done some physical activity and then I hurt as a result.
>I worked out really hard yesterday and now my muscles are so sore!
>I helped my friend move over the weekend. I think I strained my back while lifting the heavy boxes and now my back is sore.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra sore e ache e pain e agony e hurt ?
A: I would have to say that agony is very strong, but the other ones don't have a clear hierarchy of pain levels.

my muscles were sore the day after I exercised.
My grandmother's fingers ached from the cold.
My feet hurt after hiking 6 miles with new boots.
I felt the sharp pain of a bee sting in my ankle.
The man was in agony after he broke his femur.

Traduzionde di "Sore"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? I used to get cold sores when the weather (gets/got) cold. which one is correct ?
A: Since you are using the words "used to" in your sentence, the word should be "got".
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? sore

Altre domande riguardo "Sore"

Q: 1. They(these sores) seemed contained to only my legs, so for that I was thankful.
2. They(these sores) seemed contained in only my legs, so for that I was thankful. sembra naturale?
Q: Per favore dimmi come si pronuncia sore.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I’m so sore.
憂鬱(ゆううつ)だ。 sembra naturale?
A: Tricky. Your English sentence is correct, but doesn't match the meaning of your Japanese sentence.

To me, 憂鬱 means 'depression', 'gloom', etc.

To translate 憂鬱だ。I might say:

I'm feeling down.
I'm feeling really low.

You can say 'I'm so sore.' to mean that you have experienced or are experiencing emotional pain, but I wouldn't use that to generally say that I'm depressed or dejected.
Q: I had some sores on the tongue, but these are getting less and less painful.

Is this strange English? sembra naturale?
A: almost perfect:

I had some sores on tongue, but are getting less and less painful.

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