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Translation of "bout" - English-Spanish dictionary

bout

noun   /baʊt/
a short period of illness or involvement in an activity período UK a bout of flu US a bout with the flu He suffered from periodic bouts of insanity. a drinking bout (= short period of drinking a lot of alcohol)15422112
a boxing or wrestling match encuentro, combate He’s a former heavyweight champion and is expected to win the bout easily.581474
(Definition of bout from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bout

noun /baut/
a period (of) ataque (med), rato Stop a bout of coughing by sipping water.
a (usually boxing) contest asalto, lucha, combate a bout of fifteen five-minute rounds.
(Definition of bout from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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