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Meaning of “catarrh” - Learner’s Dictionary

catarrh

noun [U]   /kəˈtɑːr/ UK
the thick substance that is produced in your nose and throat when you have a coldColds and fluFevers and infectious diseases
Translations of “catarrh”
in Spanish catarro…
in Vietnamese chứng viêm chảy…
in Thai เยื่อจมูกอักเสบ…
in Malaysian katar…
in French rhume chronique…
in German der Schnupfen…
in Indonesian radang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黏膜炎, 鼻喉部黏液…
in Turkish balgam, sümük…
in Russian катар…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黏膜炎, 鼻喉部黏液…
in Polish katar…
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