Q: achy とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is an adjective from "ache".

We often say "achy" if we have flu.


Q: achy を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: achy dost achy padoshi badee muskil sy melty ha は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: @heerashah1243 hum jaise hote hai hume dost ya padhoshi waise he milte hai...


Q: I'm achy all over as I woke up in the morning.

Is this correct?
A: How about if you're still achy all over?
Q: sore, achy
Which one is from exercise?
Which one is more pain?
A: is completely right. However, either is appropriate in many circumstances. Your arm is often said to be sore after a vaccination, and your legs are often said to be achy after a hard workout
Q: achy, sore, tense

Which one you use if you need a to get a massage?
A: You could use any of these words or even all of them if you need a massage.
Achy can mean just a general discomfort, like an ache in a muscle. Or in a certain part of the body. You can have a particular ache too, like a headache. To feel sore could mean, for example, that you exercised too hard and you just feel sore all over. Your muscles feel tender. Sore can also refer to a spot on the body that is a problem. Like I might have a sore on my finger. Or a sore foot, etc. Tense can just mean a feeling of tightness in your body or your muscles, etc. Tense can also mean emotionally tight, like I get tense when I have to fly on an airplane. Hope this helps.
Q: I’m achy all over.
I’m so sore.
My muscles are tense.
My shoulders are very tense.
My legs are tired.

Do these sound natural? What’s the difference when you are achy, sore, tense? 🙏🏻
A: They do sound natural.

If your leg is achy, it will hurt even without touching.

If your leg is sore it means it will only hurt when you try and use your muscle again (after working out)

When your leg is tense it means that the muscle is staying contracted and hard and therefore will bring you pain until you are able to relax again