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migraine

noun [C or U]     /ˈmiː.ɡreɪn/ /ˈmaɪ-/ US  /ˈmaɪ-/
severe continuous pain in the head, often with vomiting and difficulty in seeing 偏头痛 Do you suffer from migraine? 你患有偏头痛吗? Considering the amount of stress she's under, it's not surprising she keeps getting migraines. 想想她所承受的压力,她常会犯偏头痛也就不足为奇了。 a migraine headache 偏头痛 Headaches and dizziness
Translations of “migraine”
in Arabic صُداع نِصفي…
in Korean 편두통…
in Malaysian migrain…
in French migraine…
in Turkish migren…
in Italian emicrania…
in Chinese (Traditional) 偏頭痛…
in Russian мигрень…
in Polish migrena…
in Vietnamese chứng đau nửa đầu…
in Spanish jaqueca, migraña…
in Portuguese enxaqueca…
in Thai อาการปวดศรีษะเพียงข้างเดียว…
in German die Migräne…
in Catalan migranya…
in Japanese 偏頭痛…
in Indonesian sakit kepala migren…
(Definition of migraine from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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