Übersetzung für 'agonised' von Englisch nach Deutsch
VERB   to agonise | agonised | agonised
agonising | agonises
SYNO agonised | agonized
agonised {adj} {past-p} [Br.]gequält
sb./sth. agonised [Br.]jd./etw. quälte
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Übersetzung für 'agonised' von Englisch nach Deutsch

agonised {adj} {past-p} [Br.]
sb./sth. agonised [Br.]
jd./etw. quälte
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • This forced the agonised horses to throw their riders.
  • Arrested and charged with murder, he tries to explains to his agonised wife Lina what led him to this act.
  • Moderate social democrat Väinö Voionmaa agonised in 1919: "Those who still trust in the future of this nation must have an exceptionally strong faith.
  • His work developed into a more austere, Expressionist style, heavily influenced by Picasso, and concentrated on the theme of the isolated, agonised figure.
  • ACC Geenty said "This has been a very difficult decision and one that the partners have agonised over because we are of course committed to continuing to improve road safety".

  • Soap bosses said the actress "agonised" over her decision, but decided the show's fiftieth anniversary year was the right time to say goodbye.
  • The dismissal was a decision which club chairman Peter Hill-Wood had reportedly agonised over.
  • An agonised Darwin stayed at Annie's bedside as the crisis deepened.
  • When the boy became seriously ill, Banyard "agonised" at length but eventually a doctor was called in.
  • Arlette, a Christian girl, has agonised for years due to a gunshot to the knee that did not want to heal. After a successful surgery in Berlin, she holds on to hope for a pain-free existence.

  • It is about the Norwegian painter Lars Hertervig (1830–1902) and his time as a young student in Düsseldorf, where he, agonised by unrequited love and doubt in his art, is driven toward a mental breakdown.
  • It was when, "stranded by a blizzard" in a hotel in Ross-on-Wye whose restaurant served meals so dismal that they seemed to her to be "produced with a kind of bleak triumph which amounted almost to a hatred of humanity and humanity’s needs", David felt her famous "agonised craving for the sun".
  • The Dutch Government had given agonised consent to this happening, and early in October 1944 four breaches of the dyke had been achieved by the RAF.
  • The Beresfords had agonised over who they might choose as a candidate, seeking someone popular but wary of increasing the influence of a potential rival.
  • Those who have agonised her will pay.

  • He agonised over his homosexuality and he sought emotional guidance.
  • She noted that the collection contained 'poems of deep introspection, in which manic episodes, escape attempts and the baffling helplessness of incarceration are examined with agonised honesty'.
  • Temrouk is agonised by events: his children have been condemned to death.
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