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cramp British & World English

Painful involuntary contraction of a muscle or muscles, typically caused by fatigue or strain

brain cramp British & World English

A moment in which one fails to think clearly or act sensibly

cramp balls British & World English

A European fungus which produces a shiny spherical black fruiting body on dead or dying wood, especially ash

sash cramp British & World English

A tool used for clamping the sashes of a window together during gluing

writer's cramp in writer British & World English

Pain or stiffness in the hand caused by excessive writing

writer's cramp British & World English

Pain or stiffness in the hand caused by excessive writing

cramp someone's style in cramp British & World English

Prevent a person from acting freely or naturally

cramp someone's style British & World English

Prevent a person from acting freely or naturally

cramp-iron in cramp British & World English

A metal bar with bent ends for holding masonry together

cramp English Thesaurus

an attack of cramp

cramp English-Spanish

calambre m, rampa fEsp

writer's cramp in writer English-Spanish

calambre mque da por escribir mucho

I got writer's cramp in cramp English-Spanish

me empezó a doler la mano de tanto escribir

to cramp sb's style in cramp English-Spanish

cortarle los vuelos a algn

to cramp sb's style in style English-Spanish

inhibir, limitar a algn en su libertad de acción

I've got (a) cramp in my leg in cramp English-Spanish

se me ha acalambrado la pierna, me ha dado un calambre