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'I [suffer from / suffer] dehydration" suffer? or suffer from?
It is too confusing... the exact meanings of suffer and suffer from....

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Suffer from. You suffer from something like an illness or condition, you can suffer something such as a boring speech (or suffer through it). Does that make sense?,

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definitely~!
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The word "suffer" has one meaning. Use " suffer from". I have epilepsy. I wouldn't say, "I suffer epilepsy", I would say, "I suffer with, or I suffer from."

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a good example, easy to memorize~ Thankyou~!!
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I suffer from dehydration. When you add from it makes it an adverb, describing suffer. What are you suffering from? Dehydration.

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Suffer from

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