动词过去式:discomforted 过去分词:discomforted 现在分词:discomforting 第三人称单数:discomforts 形容词:discomfortable 副词:discom-fortingly
1 (a) [U] lack of comfort; slight pain 不舒服; 不适; 轻微的病痛
*He still suffers considerable discomfort from his injury. 他因那次受伤至今仍颇感不适.
(b) [C] thing that causes this 使人不舒服或不适的事情
*the discomforts of travel 旅行的诸多不便.
2 [U] mental unease; embarrassment 不安; 不痛快.
a feeling of slight pain or of being physically uncomfortable
If the exercise causes discomfort, stop immediately.
a feeling of embarrassment, shame, or worry
To her discomfort, he laughed.
something that makes you feel uncomfortable or gives you a slight pain
the discomforts of air travel
1. They have a character, perhaps two; they are in that condition of eager discomfort which passes for inspiration; 他们心中只在一个或两个角色。他们处于急切不安的状态，而被当作是灵感。
2. The President had made no complaint, and none of us had detected any sign of discomfort. 总统没有作出任何身体不适的抱怨，我们也没人察觉到他有任何不适的迹象。
3. He wrote badly and handed in the composition with discomfort. 他的作文写得不好，交卷时很不好意思。
4. Also saved: patients' discomfort. 同时减少的还有病人的痛苦。
5. Consequently, I don't put up obstacles to what you do that enhances you as a person, even though it may result in my discomfort at times. 因此，我不会为他的个人发展设置障碍，即使这样有时会给我带来不便。
6. If used properly, the discomfort, although extreme, is only temporary. 运用得当的话，所产生的不适只是暂时的，尽管很强烈。