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Definición de “rash” en inglés

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rashnoun

uk   us   /ræʃ/

rash noun (SKIN CONDITION)

C2 [C or U] a lot of small red spots on the skin: I've got an itchy rash all over my chest. He came out/up in a rash after he fell in a patch of nettles. If you stay in the sun too long you'll get (a) heat rash.

rash noun (LARGE NUMBER)

a rash of sth a large number of unpleasant events of the same type: There has been a rash of robberies/accidents/complaints in the last two months.

rashadjective

uk   us   /ræʃ/
C2 careless or unwise, without thought for what might happen or result: That was a rash decision - you didn't think about the costs involved. [+ to infinitive] I think it was a bit rash of them to get married when they'd only known each other for a few weeks.
rashly
adverb uk   us   /ˈræʃ.li/
rashness
noun [U] uk   us   /ˈræʃ.nəs/
In a moment of rashness, I agreed to do a parachute jump for charity.
Traducciones de “rash”
en árabe طَفَح جِلْدي…
en coreano 뾰루지…
in Malaysian terburu-buru…
en francés imprudent…
en turco kızartı, isilik, kurdeşen…
en italiano eruzione cutanea…
en chino (tradicionál) 皮膚狀況, 皮疹,疹子…
en ruso сыпь…
en polaco wysypka…
in Vietnamese hấp tấp…
en español imprudente…
en portugués erupção cutânea, brotoeja…
in Thai หุนหันพลันแล่น…
en alemán unbesonnen…
en catalán borradura, erupció…
en japonés 発疹…
in Indonesian kurang pikir…
en chino (simplificado) 皮肤状况, 皮疹,疹子…
(Definition of rash from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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