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heart attacknoun [C]

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B1 a serious medical condition in which the heart does not get enough blood, causing great pain and often leading to death: John had a heart attack three years ago.
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en coreano 심장 마비…
en árabe أزمة قَلبِيّة, نوبة قَلبِيّة…
en portugués ataque cardíaco…
en catalán atac de cor…
en japonés 心臓発作, 心臓まひ…
en italiano infarto…
en chino (tradicionál) 心臟病發作, 心肌梗塞…
en ruso инфаркт…
en turco kalp krizi…
en chino (simplificado) 心脏病发作, 心肌梗死…
en polaco zawał (serca), atak serca…
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