ache for

phr. v. เวทนา
related: สงสาร
syn.: feel for

English-Thai dictionary. 2014.

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  • ache for — (someone/something) to feel desire or regret about someone or something. I ache for home, the smell of bread baking, rain hitting the porch roof even the smell of the hen house. We ache for the victims of war who have lost family, friends, and… …   New idioms dictionary

  • ache for — verb To desire, or want something, or someone, very much. He ached for her as hed never ached for any woman …   Wiktionary

  • ache for someone — ache for (someone/something) to feel desire or regret about someone or something. I ache for home, the smell of bread baking, rain hitting the porch roof even the smell of the hen house. We ache for the victims of war who have lost family,… …   New idioms dictionary

  • ache for something — ache for (someone/something) to feel desire or regret about someone or something. I ache for home, the smell of bread baking, rain hitting the porch roof even the smell of the hen house. We ache for the victims of war who have lost family,… …   New idioms dictionary

  • ache — ► NOUN ▪ a continuous or prolonged dull pain. ► VERB 1) suffer from an ache. 2) (ache for/to do) feel intense desire for or to do. DERIVATIVES aching adjective. ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • Aché — Infobox Ethnic group name = Achéphoto caption = Aché aiming into the canopy headerstyle = background:#ccf; labelstyle = background:#ddf; header1 = label1 = data1 = The Aché (pronounced Ah·CHAY) Indians are a traditional hunter gatherer tribe… …   Wikipedia

  • ache — I n. a dull; steady ache (he felt a dull ache in his shoulder) (see backache, earache, headache, stomachache, toothache) II v. 1) (d; intr.) 1) to ache for (to ache for company) 2) (E) he is aching to get even * * * [eɪk] steady ache (see… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • ache — [[t]e͟ɪk[/t]] aches, aching, ached 1) VERB If you ache or a part of your body aches, you feel a steady, fairly strong pain. [V adv/prep] The glands in her neck were swollen, her head was throbbing and she ached all over... My leg is giving me… …   English dictionary

  • ache — ache1 [eık] v [: Old English; Origin: acan] 1.) if part of your body aches, you feel a continuous, but not very sharp pain there = ↑hurt ▪ His feet were aching from standing so long. 2.) to want to do or have something very much ache for ▪ I m… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ache — Synonyms and related words: ache for, ache to, aching, agonize, ail, angina, anguish, backache, be dying for, be dying to, be hurting for, bellyache, blanch, bleed, blench, blow, brood over, burn to, cephalalgia, chilblains, chill, chilliness,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • ache — [āk] vi. ached, aching [orig. ake < ME aken < OE acan, akin to LowG äken, to smart & MDu akel, sorrow, shame < IE base * agos , fault, guilt, sin: sp. ache through confusion with the n.] 1. to have or give dull, steady pain 2. to feel… …   English World dictionary

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