⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'agonized' von Englisch nach Deutsch
VERB   to agonize | agonized | agonized
agonizing | agonizes
SYNO agonised | agonized
agonized {adj} {past-p}gequält
sb./sth. agonizedjd./etw. quälte
agonized crygequälter Schrei {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • They agonized and prayed nightly as they heard students yell "Viva Cristo Rey" before being shot by a firing squad at the Paredon.
  • "L.A." is a song written and performed by Neil Young from the 1973 album "Time Fades Away", a live album noted for its abrasive experimentation and its "wild, agonized, deliberately jarring" vocals.
  • The tour also saw Springsteen headlining full-sized arenas for the first time (including New York City's Madison Square Garden), a move that he agonized over lest the increase in scale undermine his control over the audience.
  • The painting's agonized face is widely identified with the "angst" of the modern person.
  • He later said he "agonized" about entering the race for the presidency after realizing what a heavy burden it might become.
  • The lyrics are about a 93-year-old man's agonized attempt to communicate with a 16-year-old girl.
  • During the October Crisis of 1970, he agonized over the implementation of the War Measures Act, and was prepared to vote against it, but relented for the sake of keeping the Tory caucus united behind Robert Stanfield.
  • It is also stated, in "The Repairer of Reputations", that the final moment of the first act involves the character Camilla's "agonized scream and...awful words echoing through the dim streets of Carcosa".
  • Musically, this version differs considerably from the original, with David Tibet singing the lyrics in an agonized fashion and constructing most of the song from a loop based around a vertiginous violin arrangement from the original.
  • In an interview with the newspaper "Haaretz", he said he agonized over it, because it was written in Mishnaic Hebrew and he had to look up every word in the dictionary.
  • LeMessurier agonized over how to deal with the problem.
  • Art historians have interpreted this image as a continuation of the agonized nude subjects Fukuzawa produced after "Group of Figures Defeated in Battle".
  • The agonized general promises to pay five rubles to anyone who would help Ivan Evseyevich to recall the surname, but nothing comes out of it.
  • Catherine attributed her recovery from a serious disease to her faith, and Hugh himself, after agonized self-criticism, declared that he, too, had been "born again" into faith.
  • Noted film critic Raju Bharatan, who also wrote a biography of Lata Mangeshkar, remarked "we tuneful watchers agonized at the way Lata played such vocal havoc with Kuchh na kaho".
  • The "Fauteuil de Molière" (armchair of Molière), in which the actor agonized while performing the role of Argan in his last play, "Le Malade imaginaire", is on permanent display in the public foyer of the theatre.
  • She became inherently pessimistic and agonized over the affairs of her children.
  • Edna's mother is agonized over her daughter's not having a sweetheart while Marsh reveals his father is committed to a psychiatric hospital in Los Angeles.
  • "Q" wrote, "Blige can turn from sassy to agonized to vulnerable in the space of a single phrase [...] The Queen Of Hip Hop Soul remains classy and invincible".
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