hurt sb’s feelings

hurt sb’s feelings
آلَمَ \ ache: to have a continuous pain: My ear aches. grieve: to feel very sad (because of loss, etc.); to make sb. sad: The girl was grieving because her friend had gone away. His bad behaviour grieved his mother. hurt: to cause harm or pain to (sb.’s body): This bad tooth is hurting (me). to cause pain: to (sb.’s mind): Your refusal hurt his feelings. Unkindness hurts. hurt sb’s feelings: to make sb. unhappy (through unkindness, etc.): If you refuse his help, you’ll hurt his feelings. pain: to cause pain to sb.: He pained his mother by his rudeness. \ See Also أوجع (أَوْجَعَ)‏

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