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cough

verb /kof/
to make a harsh sound when bringing air or harmful matter from the lungs or throat
toser
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 Arabic يَسْعُل…
in Korean 기침하다…
in Malaysian batuk…
in French tousser…
in Turkish öksürmek/tıksırmak…
in Italian tossire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咳,咳嗽, 發出咳嗽般的聲音…
in Russian кашлять…
in Polish kaszleć…
in Vietnamese ho…
in Portuguese tossir…
in Thai ไอ…
in German husten…
in Catalan tossir…
in Japanese (人)がせきをする…
in Indonesian batuk…
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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