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  • From the English word suffer. It is used as a noun to mean "misery, the pits." Often used with the verb furati ("to do, engage in, go through") (itself a borrowing from the German führen) to mean "to feel awful" (emotionally, not physically):

    Ne vidim ve�? razloga da bi nekdo “fural safr�?, �?e pa to stvar lahko sprejmeš in vidiš, da je vse to�?no tako kot mora biti. ("I don't see a reason anymore why someone should 'go through safr' so long as you can accept the situation and see that everything is just the way it should be.")

    May 22, 2009