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nosebleed
American English: /ˈnoʊzˌblid/
British English: /ˈnəʊzbliːd/

Translation of nosebleed in Spanish:

noun

  • hemorragia (feminine) nasal [formal]
    he has frequent nosebleeds
    le sangra con frecuencia la nariz
    sufre frecuentes hemorragias nasales [formal]
    Example sentences
    • Usually, the congestion, runny nose, and nosebleeds that occur during pregnancy clear up shortly after delivery.
    • Touching and poking the inner nose can cause nosebleeds.
    • It constantly spews toxic chemicals into the air here, and the residents I work with suffer from headaches, nosebleeds and respiratory problems.

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