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sneezeverb [I]

uk   /sniːz/ us   /sniːz/
B2 When you sneeze, air and often small drops of liquid suddenly come out of your nose and mouth in a way you cannot control: Cats make him sneeze - I think he's allergic to them.

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sneezenoun [C]

uk   /sniːz/ us   /sniːz/
(Definition of sneeze from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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sneezeverb [I]

us   /sniz/
to send air out from the nose and mouth in an explosive way that you cannot control: I don’t know why, but I couldn’t stop sneezing.
sneeze
noun [C] us   /sniz/
(Definition of sneeze from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sneeze”
in Korean 재채기하다…
in Arabic يَعْطَس…
in Malaysian bersin…
in French éternuer…
in Russian чихать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打噴嚏…
in Italian starnutire…
in Turkish hapşırmak, aksırmak…
in Polish kichać…
in Spanish estornudar, estornudo…
in Vietnamese hắt hơi…
in Portuguese espirrar…
in Thai จาม…
in German niesen…
in Catalan esternudar…
in Japanese くしゃみをする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打喷嚏…
in Indonesian berbangkis…
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