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Spanish translation of “cough”

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verb /kof/
to make a harsh sound when bringing air or harmful matter from the lungs or throat
He’s coughing badly because he has a cold.
cough mixture noun a medicine used for relieving coughing
jarabe contra la tos
a bottle of cough mixture.
cough up phrasal verb (informal) to pay
desembolsar, pagar
It’s time you coughed up (the money I lent you).
Translations of “cough”
in Korean 기침하다…
in Arabic يَسْعُل…
in French tousser…
in Italian tossire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咳,咳嗽, 發出咳嗽般的聲音…
in Russian кашлять…
in Turkish öksürmek/tıksırmak…
in Polish kaszleć…
in Portuguese tossir…
in German husten…
in Catalan tossir…
in Japanese (人)がせきをする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咳,咳嗽, 发出咳嗽般的声音…
(Definition of cough from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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