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excruciating

  
   adj  
1    [pain, suffering, noise]   atroz, insoportable
2    *   (=very bad)  
[film, speech, party]  
horroroso
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
I was in excruciating pain exp.
sufría {or} tenía unos dolores horribles

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"excruciating": examples and translations in context
Actually, everything's excruciating right now. En realidad, todo es insoportable en este momento.
Your death will be beyond excruciating. Tu muerte estará más allá de lo insoportable.
Her pain might have been excruciating. Su dolor puede haber sido atroz.
Quick and excruciating, few holds are more effective than a simple thumb lock. Rápido y atroz, algunos agarres son más efectivos que una simple llave de dedo.
"The discomfort was excruciating," Robin adds. "El malestar era espantoso", sostuvo Robin.
The pain is temporary but excruciating. El dolor es temporal pero espantoso.
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