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catarrh

noun [no plural]   /kəˈtɑːr/
a condition in which a lot of mucus is produced in the nose and throat, especially when a person has an infection, or the mucus produced catarro 585
(Definition of catarrh from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

catarrh

noun /kəˈtaː/
(medical) inflammation of the lining of the nose and throat causing a discharge of thick fluid catarro She has been suffering from catarrh.
(Definition of catarrh from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “catarrh”
in Vietnamese chứng viêm chảy…
in Malaysian katar…
in Thai เยื่อจมูกอักเสบ…
in French rhume chronique…
in German der Schnupfen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黏膜炎, 鼻喉部黏液…
in Turkish balgam, sümük…
in Russian катар…
in Indonesian radang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黏膜炎, 鼻喉部黏液…
in Polish katar…
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