- tos (feminine) to have a cough tener* tos smoker's cough tos (feminine) de fumador to give a cough toser, carraspear (before noun/delante del nombre) cough candy caramelo (masculine) para la tos cough suppressant antitusígeno (masculine) cough sweet (British English/inglés británico) caramelo (masculine) para la tosMore example sentences
- Not surprisingly, malnourishment and illness like fevers, coughs, malaria, scabies and diarrhoea are common.
- She had for weeks been suffering from a bad cough and chest infection.
- Most were children or the elderly suffering from dermatitis, coughs and respiratory problems, he said.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
cough up verb + adverb + object/verbo + adverbio + complemento (pay) [colloquial/familiar] [money] soltar* [colloquial/familiar], aflojar [colloquial/familiar] 1.1verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio (pay) soltar* la lana or (in South America also/en América del Sur también) la plata or (Spain/España) la pasta, apoquinar [colloquial/familiar] see also cough 2 2, cough 3
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