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grumbling appendix

noun [C usually singular] uk   us   UK
a medical condition in which the appendix (= the tube-shaped part that is joined to the intestines) causes you slight pain over a period of time
Translations of “grumbling appendix”
in Chinese (Traditional) 盲腸陣痛(指盲腸持續輕微疼痛但未形成盲腸炎)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阑尾阵痛(指阑尾持续轻微疼痛但未形成阑尾炎)…
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