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Meaning of “rash” - Learner’s Dictionary

rash

noun     /ræʃ/
[C] a group of small, red spots on the skin: an itchy rash Certain foods give him a rash.Skin complaints and blemishes
a rash of sth
a group of unpleasant events of the same type, happening at the same time: There has been a rash of burglaries in the area.Large in number or quantity
Translations of “rash”
in Arabic طَفَح جِلْدي…
in Korean 뾰루지…
in Malaysian ruam…
in French éruption…
in Turkish kızartı, isilik, kurdeşen…
in Italian eruzione cutanea…
in Chinese (Traditional) 皮膚狀況, 皮疹,疹子…
in Russian сыпь…
in Polish wysypka…
in Vietnamese chứng phát ban…
in Spanish erupción, sarpullido…
in Portuguese erupção cutânea, brotoeja…
in Thai ผื่นคัน…
in German der Anschlag…
in Catalan borradura, erupció…
in Japanese 発疹…
in Indonesian bercak-bercak pada kulit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 皮肤状况, 皮疹,疹子…
(Definition of rash noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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