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hiccup

noun uk ( UK also hiccough)   /ˈhɪk.ʌp/ us  

hiccup noun (NOISE)

[C usually plural] a loud noise that you make in the throat without wanting to, caused by a sudden tightening of a muscle just below the chest and usually happening repeatedlythe hiccups [plural] a series of hiccups: I've got the hiccups. an attack of the hiccups

hiccup noun (PROBLEM)

[C] a problem that delays or interrupts something for a while, but does not usually cause serious difficulties: We've had one or two slight hiccups, but progress has generally been quite steady.

hiccup

verb [I] uk (-p-) ( UK also hiccough)   /ˈhɪk.ʌp/ us  
to make a hiccup: I can't stop hiccuping - does anyone know a good cure?
Traducciones de “hiccup”
en coreano 딸꾹질하다…
en árabe يحَوزَق…
en francés hoquet…
en turco hıçkırık, pürüz, geçici sorun…
en italiano singhiozzare…
en chino (tradicionál) 噪聲, 打呃,打嗝…
en ruso икота, заминка…
en polaco czkawka, (drobny) problem…
en español hipo…
en portugués soluçar…
en alemán der Schluck, der Schluckauf…
en catalán tenir singlot…
en japonés しゃっくりする…
en chino (simplificado) 噪声, 呃逆,打嗝…
(Definition of hiccup from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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