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Translation of "cough" - English-Turkish dictionary

cough

noun [C]
 
 
/kɒf/
SOUND/ACTION B1 when you cough, or the sound this makes
öksürük
Noises made by the bodyColds and fluFevers and infectious diseases
ILLNESS B1 an illness that makes you cough a lot
öksürüğe tutulma, öksürük hastalığı
Uwe has a nasty cough. →  See also whooping cough Colds and fluFevers and infectious diseases
Translations of “cough”
in Arabic سُعال…
in Korean 기침…
in Malaysian batuk kering…
in French toux…
in Italian tosse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咳嗽, 咳嗽聲, 咳嗽病…
in Russian кашель…
in Polish kaszel…
in Vietnamese tiếng ho…
in Spanish tos…
in Portuguese tosse…
in Thai ความเจ็บป่วยที่เป็นสาเหตุของการไอ…
in German der Husten…
in Catalan tos…
in Japanese せき…
in Indonesian batuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咳嗽, 咳嗽声, 咳嗽病…
(Definition of cough noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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