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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.
Translations of “hiccup”
in French hoquet…
in German der Schluck, der Schluckauf…
in Chinese (Traditional) 噪聲, 打呃,打嗝…
in Russian икота, заминка…
in Turkish hıçkırık, pürüz, geçici sorun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 噪声, 呃逆,打嗝…
in Polish czkawka, (drobny) problem…
(Definition of hiccup from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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