Traductions & exemples
expand_more être affligé d'un bégaiement
être affligé de qch
Le pays ne peut pas se permettre de retomber dans la même paralysie institutionnelle et politique que celle qui l'a affligé en 2008.
Exemples d'usage pour « afflicted » en français
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EnglishFurthermore, sub-Saharan Africa remains the region most afflicted by HIV/AIDS.
EnglishLike many other countries, Colombia is afflicted by the phenomenon of violence.
EnglishIt remains afflicted with violence and conflicts, injustice and oppression.
English(b) Persons afflicted with mental illness, for the duration of the illness;
EnglishWe must already be thinking about some form of help for those afflicted by the war.
EnglishFirmly condemns the armed aggression which afflicted the Republic of Guinea.
EnglishThe State is the State of our people in the South and of all the afflicted areas.
EnglishHowever, the Middle East is not the only region afflicted by this plague.
EnglishThis is only possible if the health services of afflicted countries are functional.
EnglishIn the afflicted town of Bossangoa, missionaries have been bound, beaten and tortured.
EnglishIf one member is afflicted with pain, Other members uneasy will remain.
English• Prioritization of girls' education in rural areas and poverty afflicted regions;
EnglishPeople who are afflicted by hatred for homosexuals deserve no sympathy.
EnglishWe continue our endeavours to help Kuwait overcome the pain afflicted upon it.
EnglishFor what reasons does the African continent continue to be afflicted by conflicts?
EnglishDelay in bringing this about will cause further pain and suffering for those afflicted.
EnglishThe HIV/AIDS tragedy has afflicted the African continent more severely than anywhere else.
EnglishHowever, the Middle East is not the only region afflicted by the illness.
EnglishCurrently, more than 36 million people are afflicted by the epidemic.
EnglishThe Middle East has been prone to instability, afflicted by war and political upheavals.