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sunstroke
American English: /ˈsənˌstroʊk/
British English: /ˈsʌnstrəʊk/

Translation of sunstroke in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • to get sunstroke
    agarrar or (especially Spain) coger una insolación
    Example sentences
    • He extracted teeth, stitched gashes, advised on pneumonia and sunstroke, set broken limbs, used the lancet and the thermometer.
    • As the blazing sun beats down on them, weary Confederates are ‘nauseated and dizzy from sunstroke and heat exhaustion’, unable to bear the sweltering heat and humidity of Pennsylvania.
    • You sure you don't have sunstroke or something?

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