Those who suffer from narcissism become self-absorbed or chronic show-offs.
If climate changes continue, we will suffer the consequences.
Of course, the British will suffer such daily stresses patiently.
So why do some suffer and others do not?
Joe and Johnny both suffer from male pattern baldness.
We are not the only place to suffer theft.
The great majority of the women there suffered in the same way.
His business suffered greatly during the war.
He was afraid his reputation would suffer because of that.
If you suffer pain, you feel it in your body or in your mind.
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Within a few days she had become seriously ill, suffering great pain and discomfort...
Can you assure me that my father is not suffering?
If you suffer from an illness or from some other bad condition, you are badly affected by it.
He was eventually diagnosed as suffering from terminal cancer...
I realized he was suffering from shock.
If you suffer something bad, you are in a situation in which something painful, harmful, or very unpleasant happens to you.
The peace process has suffered a serious blow now...
Romania suffered another setback in its efforts to obtain financial support for its reforms.
If you suffer, you are badly affected by an event or situation.
There are few who have not suffered...
It is obvious that Syria will suffer most from this change of heart.
If something suffers, it does not succeed because it has not been given enough attention or is in a bad situation.
I'm not surprised that your studies are suffering...
Without a major boost in tourism, the economy will suffer even further.
If you do not suffer fools gladly, you are not patient with people who you think are stupid.
She doesn't suffer fools gladly and, in her view, most people are fools.
受痛苦; 受损害; （因疾病、痛苦、悲伤等）受苦, 受难, 受折磨
I'll make you suffer for this insolence.
She suffered greatly as a child.
He could not suffer criticism.
He suffered nobody to touch his flower.
The prisoner was not suffered to say a word.
He suffered the humiliation of being forced to resign.
1. undergo or be subjected to;
- " "He suffered the penalty" "
- " "Many saints suffered martyrdom" "
2. undergo (as of injuries and illnesses);
- " "She suffered a fracture in the accident" "
- " "He had an insulin shock after eating three candy bars" "
- " "She got a bruise on her leg" "
- " "He got his arm broken in the scuffle" "
3. endure (emotional pain);
- " "Every time her husband gets drunk, she suffers" "
4. put up with something or somebody unpleasant;
- " "I cannot bear his constant criticism" "
- " "The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks" "
- " "he learned to tolerate the heat" "
- " "She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage" "
5. get worse;
- " "His grades suffered" "
6. feel pain or be in pain
7. feel physical pain;
- " "Were you hurting after the accident?" "
8. undergo or suffer;
- " "meet a violent death" "
- " "suffer a terrible fate" "
9. feel unwell or uncomfortable;
- " "She is suffering from the hot weather" "
10. be given to;
- " "She suffers from a tendency to talk too much" "
11. be set at a disadvantage;
- " "This author really suffers in translation" "
not suffer fools gladly
be impatient or intolerant towards people one regards as foolish or unintelligent 对蠢人没有耐心，无法忍受蠢人
词根: fer =bring/carry,表示"带来,拿来"
aquiferous 含水的, 蓄水的
inferable 能推理的, 能推论的
referable 可归[起]因于……的, 可归入……的; 与……有关的
aquifer 含水土层, 蓄水层
conferment 给予, 商量, 授予
前缀: suf- 等在同辅音词根前表示"在下面;随后"
stand, bear, endure, tolerate, suffer, abide, withstand
Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French suffrir, from Latin sufferre, from sub- 'from below' + ferre 'to bear'