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English definition of “dyspepsia”

dyspepsia

noun [U] /dɪˈspep.si.ə/ US  /dɪsˈpep.si.ə/ specialized
any symptom, such as discomfort or pain, coming from the upper digestive tract: Dyspesia is often related to eating. → Synonym indigestion594 581
(Definition of dyspepsia noun from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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