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hiccup

verb ( present participle hiccuping, past tense and past participle hiccuped) ( also hiccough)   /ˈhɪk·ʌp/
to make a hiccup hipar I can’t stop hiccuping – does anyone know a good cure?
(Definition of hiccup from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hiccup

noun /ˈhikap/
(the sound caused by) a sudden brief stopping of the breath caused by eg eating or drinking too much, too quickly. hipo
(in plural) the frequent repetition of this, at intervals of a few seconds hipo an attack of hiccoughs I’ve got the hiccups.
(Definition of hiccup from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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