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Translation of "allergy" - English-Spanish dictionary

allergy

noun /ˈӕlədʒi/ ( plural allergies)
(medical ) an unusual sensitiveness of the body which causes certain people to be affected in a bad way by something usually harmless
alergia
The rash on her face is caused by an allergy to grass.
allergic /-ˈləː-/ adjective (with to) (medical) affected in a bad way by (certain) things
alérgico
He is allergic to certain flowers.
Translations of “allergy”
in Arabic حَساسِيّة…
in Korean 알레르기…
in Malaysian allergi…
in French allergie…
in Turkish alerji…
in Italian allergia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 變應性, 過敏反應, 過敏性…
in Russian аллергия…
in Polish alergia, uczulenie…
in Vietnamese dị ứng…
in Portuguese alergia…
in Thai อาการแพ้, โรคภูมิแพ้…
in German die Allergie…
in Catalan al·lèrgia…
in Japanese アレルギー…
in Indonesian alergi, kepekaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 变应性, 过敏反应, 过敏性…
(Definition of allergy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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