Ail ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Ail ( verb )

  1. To suffer from an ailment or pain.
  2. To be in a poor state of health.

Origin:

Old english āglian, āglæcan, of germanic origin; related to dutch ogen "to ache" and german augen "eyes".

Examples:

  1. She was ailing from a cold.
  2. He was ailing from a back injury.
  3. The plant was ailing from a lack of water.
  4. The economy was ailing from a recession.
  5. The company was ailing from poor management.

(As a noun)

Ail ( noun )

  1. To suffer from an ailment or pain.
  2. To be in a poor state of health.

Origin:

Old english āglian, āglæcan, of germanic origin; related to dutch ogen "to ache" and german augen "eyes".

Examples:

  1. She was ailing from a cold.
  2. He was ailing from a back injury.
  3. The plant was ailing from a lack of water.
  4. The economy was ailing from a recession.
  5. The company was ailing from poor management.
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