Definition of nappy rash in English:

nappy rash

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[mass noun] British
  • Inflammation of a baby’s skin caused by prolonged contact with a damp nappy.
    More example sentences
    • Complete exposure may point to the underlying cause, such as areas of eczematous skin or nappy rash that may be irritating him.
    • Remember that most colic disappears before your baby is three months old and nappy rash is usually easily treated, so relief is in sight.
    • The end result is a kind of eczema called nappy rash.

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