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stomach ache

noun [C or U] uk   us  
A2 pain in your stomach: I ate too much and got a terrible stomach ache.
Translations of “stomach ache”
in Korean 복통…
in Arabic مَغَص, ألَم في المَعِدة…
in Portuguese dor de estômago…
in Catalan mal de panxa…
in Japanese 腹痛…
in Italian mal di pancia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 胃痛, 腹痛…
in Russian боль в животе…
in Turkish mide/karın ağrısı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胃痛, 腹痛…
in Polish ból brzucha lub żołądka…
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