အညွှန်းသို့ ခုန်ကူးရန် ရှာဖွေရန် ခုန်ကူးမည်
- စိတ်ဖိစီးမှု။ ပရိဒေဝ။ ပူဆွေးဝမ်းနည်းမှု။
- 1833, John Trusler, chapter 8, in The Works of William Hogarth: In a Series of Engravings:
- To heighten his distress, he is approached by his wife, and bitterly upbraided for his perfidy in concealing from her his former connexions (with that unhappy girl who is here present with her child, the innocent offspring of her amours, fainting at the sight of his misfortunes, being unable to relieve him farther), and plunging her into those difficulties she never shall be able to surmount.
- ဘေးအန္တရာယ်။ ဘေးဒုက္ခ။
- 1719, Daniel Defoe, chapter 13, in Robinson Crusoe:
- I immediately considered that this must be some ship in distress, and that they had some comrade, or some other ship in company, and fired these gun for signals of distress, and to obtain help.
- 1759, Voltaire, chapter 42, in Candide:
- At length they perceived a little cottage; two persons in the decline of life dwelt in this desert, who were always ready to give every assistance in their power to their fellow-creatures in distress.
- (legal) အကြွေးမဆပ်နိုင်သဖြင့် ပစ္စည်းဥစ္စာ၊ အပဥစ္စာများကို သိမ်းယူခြင်း။
distress (third-person singular simple present distress, present participle es, simple past and past participle distressed)
- စိတ်ဖိစီးစေသည်။ ပူဆွေးသောကရောက်စေသည်။
- 1827, Stendhal, chapter 31, in Armance:
- She respects me, no doubt, but has no longer any passionate feeling for me, and my death will distress her without plunging her in despair.
- (legal) အကြွေးမဆပ်နိုင်သဖြင့် ပစ္စည်းဥစ္စာ၊ အပဥစ္စာများကို သိမ်းယူသည်။
- 1894, James Kent; William Hardcastle Browne, Commentaries on American Law, page 645:
- This power of distress, as anciently used, became as oppressive as the feudal forfeiture. It was as hard for the tenant to be stripped in an instant of all his goods, for arrears of rent, as to be turned out of the possession of his farm.