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Detailed Translations for tormenting from English to Spanish


tormenting [the ~] noun

  1. the tormenting
    el provocar; el fastidiar; el jorobar

Translation Matrix for tormenting:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
fastidiar tormenting
fastidioso bully; nuisance; teaser; tormentor
jorobar tormenting
provocador agitator; challenger; contender; instigator
provocar tormenting alluring; causing; provoking
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
fastidiar anger; annoy; antagonise; antagonize; badger; be a nuisance; bother; bully; cause irritation; chafe; complain; complaint; deplore; despise; disdain; disregard; fool; give offence; gripe; harass; harp; have something on one's mind; hoax; hold in contempt; hoodwink; irritate; irritating; look down upon; nag; pester; provoke; scorn; slight; swindle; tease; tedious; tiresome; treat with disregard; trick; trouble; vex; visit
jorobar badger; bait; despise; disdain; disregard; give rise to; hold in contempt; look down upon; needle; provoke; scorn; slight; treat with disregard
provocar activate; advise; antagonise; antagonize; arouse; awake; badger; bait; be a nuisance; boost; bring about; bring on; bully; cause; clock off; create; elicit; encourage; engender; excite; give rise to; harass; instigate; motivate; nag; needle; pester; poke up; produce; prompt; provoke; push on; put someone on to something; stimulate; stir up; stoke up; suggest; support; tease; urge; whisper; whisper in someone's ear
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- racking; torturing
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
fastidioso annoying; exasperating; nagging; provoking; tantalising; tantalizing; tormenting aggravating; annoying; arrogant; bold; boring; bothersome; dawdling; deadly dull; dragging; drooping; impudent; inactive; inconvenient; incriminating; indolent; inert; insolent; languid; lazy; limp; lingering; listless; nasty; overbearing; passive; presumptuous; shameless; shuffling; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; sly; spiritless; tardy; tough; tricky; troublesome
provocador annoying; exasperating; nagging; provoking; tantalising; tantalizing; tormenting defiant; exceeding

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to torment verb (torments, tormented, tormenting)

  1. to torment (torture; hurt; aggrieve; offend)

Conjugations for torment:

  1. torment
  2. torment
  3. torments
  4. torment
  5. torment
  6. torment
simple past
  1. tormented
  2. tormented
  3. tormented
  4. tormented
  5. tormented
  6. tormented
present perfect
  1. have tormented
  2. have tormented
  3. has tormented
  4. have tormented
  5. have tormented
  6. have tormented
past continuous
  1. was tormenting
  2. were tormenting
  3. was tormenting
  4. were tormenting
  5. were tormenting
  6. were tormenting
  1. shall torment
  2. will torment
  3. will torment
  4. shall torment
  5. will torment
  6. will torment
continuous present
  1. am tormenting
  2. are tormenting
  3. is tormenting
  4. are tormenting
  5. are tormenting
  6. are tormenting
  1. be tormented
  2. be tormented
  3. be tormented
  4. be tormented
  5. be tormented
  6. be tormented
  1. torment!
  2. let's torment!
  3. tormented
  4. tormenting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

torment [the ~] noun

  1. the torment (agony; torture; pain)
    el inconveniente; la calamidad; la pesada; el sostenido; la bromista; la cruces; el vejamen; el avinagrado

Translation Matrix for torment:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avinagrado agony; pain; torment; torture grief; miser; sourpuss
bromista agony; pain; torment; torture clown; comedian; comic; funnyman; hoaxer; joker; nuisance; queer chap; queer fellow; rascal; rogue; scoundrel; slyboots; wag
calamidad agony; pain; torment; torture calamity; catastrophe; epidemic; joke; nuisance; pestilence; plague
cruces agony; pain; torment; torture crosses
inconveniente agony; pain; torment; torture complaint; damage; disadvantage; drawback; inconvenience; loss; nuisance
pesada agony; pain; torment; torture nuisance
sostenido agony; pain; torment; torture
vejamen agony; pain; torment; torture gibe; jeer; taunt
- agony; anguish; badgering; bedevilment; curse; harassment; torture; worrying
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
torturar aggrieve; hurt; offend; torment; torture
- bedevil; crucify; dun; excruciate; frustrate; rack; rag; torture
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- torture
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avinagrado edgy; grumbling; grumpy; irritated; sulky; vexed
inconveniente detrimental; disadvantuous; immoral; indecent; shady; unfavorable; unfavourable; unprofitable
sostenido persevered; propped; propped up; stood; supported

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Synonyms for "torment":

Related Definitions for "torment":

  1. the act of harassing someone1
  2. a severe affliction1
  3. intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain1
    • the torments of the damned1
  4. extreme mental distress1
  5. a feeling of intense annoyance caused by being tormented1
    • so great was his harassment that he wanted to destroy his tormentors1
  6. unbearable physical pain1
  7. subject to torture1
    • The sinners will be tormented in Hell, according to the Bible1
  8. torment emotionally or mentally1
  9. treat cruelly1
    • The children tormented the stuttering teacher1

Wiktionary Translations for torment:

  1. extreme pain
  1. to cause severe suffering

Cross Translation:
torment tortura; tormento temptatie — kwelling, marteling
torment atormentar; torturar pijnigen — het opzettelijk veroorzaken van pijn bij iemand
torment tormento; dolor QualSchmerz, Leid, etwas physisch oder psychisch belastendes
torment pesado Quälgeistumgangssprachlich: Person, die andere hartnäckig und beharrlich belästigen, nerven und bedrängen
torment atormentar tourmenter — Faire souffrir quelque tourment de corps.