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Translation of "gargle" - English-Spanish dictionary

gargle

verb /ˈɡaːɡl/
to wash the throat eg with a soothing liquid, by letting the liquid lie in the throat and breathing out against it. hacer gárgaras, gargarizar
Translations of “gargle”
in Vietnamese súc miệng…
in Thai กลั้วคอ…
in Malaysian berkumur…
in French se gargariser…
in German gurgeln…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指為清潔口腔或止痛)漱口,漱喉,含漱…
in Indonesian berkumur…
in Russian полоскать (горло)…
in Turkish gargara yapmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指为清洁口腔或止痛)漱口,漱喉,含漱…
in Polish płukać gardło…
(Definition of gargle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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