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cramp

noun uk   us   /kræmp/
[C or U] a sudden painful tightening in a muscle, often after a lot of exercise, that limits movement: Several runners needed treatment for cramp (US cramps) and exhaustion. I've got cramp (US a cramp) in my foot. stomach crampscramps [plural] pains in the lower stomach caused by a woman's period

cramp

verb [T] uk   us   /kræmp/
to limit someone, especially to prevent them from enjoying a full life: Worry and lack of money cramp the lives of the unemployed.
Traducciones de “cramp”
en árabe تَشنّج…
en coreano 경련…
in Malaysian kejang otot…
en francés crampe…
en turco kramp…
en italiano crampo…
en chino (tradicionál) 痙攣,抽筋(常出現在大量運動後)…
en ruso спазм…
en polaco skurcz…
in Vietnamese chuột rút…
en español calambre, rampa…
en portugués cãibra…
in Thai ตะคริว…
en alemán der Krampf…
en catalán rampa…
en japonés こむらがえり, けいれん…
in Indonesian kejang…
en chino (simplificado) 痉挛,抽筋(常出现在大量运动后)…
(Definition of cramp from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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