- v undergo or be subjected to
He suffered the penalty
Many saints suffered martyrdom
- v undergo (as of injuries and illnesses)
She suffered a fracture in the accident
- v experience (emotional) pain
Every time her husband gets drunk, she suffers
- v put up with something or somebody unpleasant
- v get worse
His grades suffered
- v feel pain or be in pain
- v feel physical pain
- v feel unwell or uncomfortable
She is suffering from the hot weather
- v be given to
She suffers from a tendency to talk too much
- v undergo or suffer
suffer a terrible fate
- v be set at a disadvantage
This author really suffers in translation
- More than 65 million Americans suffer from high blood pressure, and that number is sure to rise.
- The second paper, published in Neurology this past week, finds that middle-schoolers who suffer from migraines with aura are more likely than their peers to suffer from depressive .
- While men may suffer more heart attacks than women, women are far more likely to suffer from anxiety, just as they're more likely to suffer from depression.
- Fabio Capello in ESPN STAR Sports
It was one of the most important things in the game,Capello told BBC1. "We scored two goals and at that moment, I saw Germany suffer a lot. The [disallowed] goal was very important. We could have played a different style. We played I think...
- Richard Levin in FOXNews
The family and fiance and friends now must suffer the additional ordeal of waiting for the body to be positively identified,Levin said.
- Daniel Day-Lewis in Forbes
I think we should leave him alone, and I think we should leave his family alone to suffer their unimaginable grief in private,Day-Lewis said. "We should just stop encouraging people, I think, to have greater and greater interest in raking...