to hurt: (se) blesser, (se) faire mal
I hurt myself. Je me suis fait mal. (ou "Je me suis blessé")
Does it hurt? Est-ce que ça fait mal?
What he said really hurt me. Ce qu'il a dit m'a vraiment blessé.
Notons que ce verbe est irrégulier :
I hurt / I hurt / I have hurt
to get hurt: se blesser, se faire mal (physiquement)
(a bit of exercise) wouldn't hurt (you!): (un petit peu d'exercice) ne (te) ferait pas de mal !
hurt: le mal, la blessure
UK: I hurt my leg skiing.
US: Is it still hurting? I can kick it if you like, to see.
- "We are hoping this initiative will save time and avoid hurt feelings (mainly my own)."
- "I would never hurt your business or our friendship in any way."
- "Located in a secret offshore location to cut costs and hurt the global economy, your rehabilitation takes place entirely online."
- "No one was hurt during the revolution but the country did record its first ever act of violence when the former President's bodyguard was slightly pushed."
- "When you smile at me, it's like my heart stops working, and then my stomach hurts and I cannot eat anything any more."
- "Indignation. Hurt."
- "But then all of a sudden I stumbled and fell, hurting my ankle."
- "Covers medical bills if you or your passengers are hurt in an accident."
- "PS: You'll all need to sign waivers agreeing not to sue if you get hurt or die."
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