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Translation of "indigestion" - English-Turkish dictionary

indigestion

noun [U]
 
 
/ˌɪndɪˈdʒestʃən/
pain which you feel when your stomach is unable to digest food correctly
hazımsızlık, sindirim bozukluğu
Digestive disorders
Translations of “indigestion”
in Arabic عُسْر هَضْم…
in Korean 소화불량…
in Malaysian tidak cerna…
in French indigestion…
in Italian indigestione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 消化不良, 消化不良的不適感…
in Russian несварение желудка…
in Polish niestrawność…
in Vietnamese sự khó tiêu…
in Spanish indigestión…
in Portuguese indigestão…
in Thai อาการอาหารไม่ย่อย…
in German die Verdauungsbeschwerde…
in Catalan indigestió…
in Japanese 消化不良…
in Indonesian salah pencernaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 消化不良, 消化不良的不适感…
(Definition of indigestion from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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