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Definición de “pill” en inglés

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pillnoun [C]

uk   us   /pɪl/

pill noun [C] (MEDICINE)

B1 a small solid piece of medicine that a person swallows without chewing (= crushing with the teeth): a sleeping pill a vitamin pill My mother takes three or four pills a day. Jamie's always had trouble swallowing pills.the pill a type of pill for women that is taken every day in order to prevent them from becoming pregnant: Are you on the pill?
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pill noun [C] (PERSON)

US an annoying person: Jennifer was being such a pill today.

pill noun [C] (ON CLOTHING)

US (UK bobble) a small ball of threads that develops on the surface of clothes or material: She sat there sulking and picking the pills off her sweater.

pillverb [I]

uk   us   /pɪl/ US (UK bobble)
If a piece of clothing or material pills, it develops small balls of threads on its surface.
Traducciones de “pill”
en árabe حَبّة دَواء…
en coreano 알약…
in Malaysian pil…
en francés pilule…
en turco hap, ilaç, tablet…
en italiano pillola…
en chino (tradicionál) 藥, 藥丸, 藥片…
en ruso таблетка…
en polaco tabletka, pigułka…
in Vietnamese viên thuốc…
en español píldora, pastilla…
en portugués pílula, comprimido…
in Thai ยาเม็ด…
en alemán die Pille…
en catalán píndola…
en japonés 錠剤, 丸薬…
in Indonesian pil…
en chino (simplificado) 药, 药丸, 药片…
(Definition of pill from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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