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Inflict | Define Inflict at Dictionary.com

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Inflict definition, to impose as something that must be borne or suffered: to inflict punishment. See more.

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afflict vs. inflict : Choose Your Words : Vocabulary.com

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Choose Your Words - Both afflict and inflict cause pain, but afflict means to cause suffering or unhappiness, something a disease does, but inflict means to force ...

inflict Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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inflict meaning, definition, what is inflict: to force someone to experience something very unpleasant: . Learn more.

inflict definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary

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Define inflict and get synonyms. What is inflict? inflict meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

inflict | meaning of inflict in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary ...

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inflict meaning, definition, what is inflict: to make someone suffer something unpleas...: Learn more.

inflict - Wiktionary

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inflict (third-person singular simple present inflicts, present participle inflicting, simple past and past participle inflicted). To thrust upon; to impose. They inflicted  ...

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inflict - definition of inflict in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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Mid 16th century (in the sense 'afflict, trouble'): from Latin inflict- struck against, from the verb infligere, from in- into + fligere to strike.

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to make somebody/something suffer something unpleasant inflict something on/ upon somebody/something They inflicted a humiliating defeat on the home team.

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Inflict | Definition of Inflict by Merriam-Webster

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to cause someone to experience or be affected by (something unpleasant or harmful). Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: inflict in a ...

inflict - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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When you force an undesirable or harmful event on someone, you inflict it on them. You might prefer that someone inflict some physical pain on you rather than ...

Inflict - definition of inflict by The Free Dictionary

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tr.v. in·flict·ed, in·flict·ing, in·flicts. 1. To cause (something injurious or harmful), as to a person, group, or area: claws that inflicted a deep wound; an attack that ...