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bunionnoun [C]

 us   /ˈbʌn·jən/
a painful swelling on the main joint of the big toe
Translations of “bunion”
in Korean 건막류…
in Arabic وَرَم في إبهام القدم…
in Portuguese joanete…
in Catalan galindó…
in Japanese (足の親指の付け根にできる)腱膜瘤(けんまくりゅう)…
in Italian infiammazione dell’alluce…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大趾囊腫…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大趾囊肿…
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