See also: Schmerzen

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VerbEdit

schmerzen (third-person singular simple present schmerzt, past tense schmerzte, past participle geschmerzt, auxiliary haben)

  1. to cause pain, to be painful, to ache
  2. schmerzen = to ache is distinct from verletzen = to hurt

ConjugationEdit

(But please keep in mind, that „ich schmerze“ and „du schmerzt“ do not exist and do not make sense; at most: „Dein Schicksal schmerzt mich“ = “Your fate aches me”.)

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