⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'torment' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN1   a torment | torments
NOUN2   torment | -
VERB   to torment | tormented | tormented
tormenting | torments
SYNO agony | anguish | badgering | ...
to tormentquälen
to tormentfoltern [quälen]
to tormentpeinigen
to tormentschikanieren
to tormentdrangsalieren
to tormenttriezen [ugs.]
to tormentmartern [geh.] [seelisch]
to torment sb. [annoy, pester]
jdn. sekkieren [österr.] [sonst veraltet] [belästigen]
to torment sb.jdn. zerquälen
tormentFolter {f}
tormentQual {f}
tormentPein {f} [geh.]
tormentQuälerei {f} [seelische, nervliche Belastung]
tormentPeinigung {f}
tormentMarter {f} [geh.]
2 Wörter: Verben
to suffer tormentQualen leiden
to torment oneself [fig.]sichAkk. zermartern [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis aufs Blut reizen [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis aufs Blut quälen [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis aufs Mark quälen [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis aufs Blut peinigen [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis zum Letzten quälen [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis aufs Letzte quälen [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis zum Letzten peinigen [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis aufs Letzte peinigen [ugs.]
to torment sb. mercilesslyjdn. bis aufs Mark schikanieren [ugs.]
2 Wörter: Substantive
Selbstquälerei {f}
sheer tormentdie reinste Qual {f}
3 Wörter: Verben
to be in tormentQualen leiden
to torment oneself (with sth.) [with thoughts, memories, etc.] sichAkk. (mit etw.Dat.) quälen [mit Gedanken, Erinnerungen etc.]
to torment oneself for sth.sichAkk. wegen etw. [Gen., auch Dat.] quälen
3 Wörter: Substantive
agony of tormentFolterqual {f} [fig.]
great emotional tormentHerzensqual {f}
Fiktion (Literatur und Film)
Torment [Lauren Kate]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In Durzel's undated account (allegedly printed at Rouen), which plays out to the end of the 15th century, Rahovart is attributed to the torment of evil, rich misers and old curmudgeons.
  • Heathcliff endures years of torment following this loss, until his own death reunites the lovers in the afterlife.
  • Tormented refers to someone that has been subjected to a torment, such as the tormento della corda.
  • John Calvin argued that the dead are conscious while awaiting Judgment Day, either in bliss or torment depending on their fate.
  • "Billboard" writer Tom Roland said that the song features "swamp-rock slide guitar and the jumble of torment and bravado embedded in McCollum’s vocal performance".
  • Damnation (from Latin damnatio) is the concept of divine punishment and torment in an afterlife for actions that were committed on Earth.
  • After committing suicide, a washed-up rocker returns from the grave to torment the five people who betrayed him in life.
  • Taptakumbha (hot pots): Incest with sister and murderer of an ambassador results in torment in this hell.
  • Hell has fallen silent after Faust's arrival—the torment he suffers is unspeakable. Marguerite is saved and welcomed into heaven.
  • Like torture the offence of "torment" (suffering) has not been defined.
  • Full moon. Love and jealousy torment various inhabitants of Kaamelott.
  • Christine returns to Jas, who explains that as long as she owns the cursed button, a powerful demon known as the Lamia will torment her for three days before dragging her to Hell.
  • In the story, sinful thoughts that he cannot control torment Binky Brown; to his alarm, phallic objects become literal penises and project what he calls "pecker rays" at religious objects such as churches and statues of the Virgin Mary.
  • Leonid Maximovich Leonov ([...]; [...] — 8 August 1994) was a Soviet novelist and playwright of socialist realism. His works have been compared with Dostoyevsky's deep psychological torment.
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