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It hurts in Spanish 🇪🇸

in English in Spanish S
it hurts duele
How to say “it hurts” in Spanish? “Duele”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “duele” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on it hurts in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “It hurts”

Spanish sentence with “duele” English translation for duele S

Tuve un accidente y me duele mucho.

I had an accident and it hurts a lot.

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Normal speech: DUE-le
IPA: /’dwe.le/

7 months ago

duele info.

Tips to remember “duele”:
1. Associate it with the English word “duel,” since pain can feel like a battle within the body.
2. Connect “duele” with the English phrase “it doles out pain.”

– “Duele” is the third-person singular form of the verb “doler” which means “to hurt” or “to ache.”
– It is used to express that something hurts or causes pain.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Lastima” can also mean “it hurts,” focusing more on damage or injury.
– “Molesta” can mean “it bothers” or “it aches,” which could be used for minor pains.

Conjugations of “doler” (present subjunctive and imperative are omitted as they are rarely used in this context):
– Infinitive: doler
– Present: duele (he/she/it hurts), duelen (they hurt)
– Preterite: dolió (he/she/it hurt), dolieron (they hurt)
– Imperfect: dolía (he/she/it hurt), dolían (they hurt)
– Future: dolerá (he/she/it will hurt), dolerán (they will hurt)
– Conditional: dolería (he/she/it would hurt), dolerían (they would hurt)
– Present participle (gerund): doliendo
– Past participle: dolido

Examples of sentences:
– Me duele la cabeza. (My head hurts.)
– ¿Te duele el estómago? (Does your stomach hurt?)
– A él le duele la rodilla después de correr. (His knee hurts after running.)
– Les duele los pies después de caminar tanto. (Their feet hurt after walking so much.)
– Ayer me dolió la espalda. (Yesterday my back hurt.)
– Si no te cuidas, mañana te dolerán los músculos. (If you don’t take care, your muscles will hurt tomorrow.)
– Cada vez que veía esa foto, le dolía el corazón. (Every time she saw that picture, her heart ached.)

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