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indigestion

noun [U] uk   /ˌɪn.dɪ.dʒes.tʃən/ us  
pain that you get in your stomach when you have eaten food that is difficult to digest: Do you suffer from indigestion after you have eaten? You'll give yourself indigestion if you swallow your dinner so quickly.
Translations of “indigestion”
in Korean 소화불량…
in Arabic عُسْر هَضْم…
in French indigestion…
in Turkish hazımsızlık, sindirim bozukluğu…
in Italian indigestione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 消化不良, 消化不良的不適感…
in Russian несварение желудка…
in Polish niestrawność…
in Spanish indigestión…
in Portuguese indigestão…
in German die Verdauungsbeschwerde…
in Catalan indigestió…
in Japanese 消化不良…
in Chinese (Simplified) 消化不良, 消化不良的不适感…
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