There are 2 main translations of rash in Spanish:

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rash 1

adjective -er, -est

  • (action/decision)
    it was rash of them to accept the offer without consideration
    fue imprudente de su parte aceptar la oferta sin antes reflexionar
    in a rash moment I promised her …
    en un arrebato le prometí …
    Example sentences
    • Have we really thought through the consequences of rash action now?
    • The reformist troops weren't rash or impetuous enough to do something so drastic without direct orders.
    • So in reality her quick thinking and rash acting had caused Jeff to faint.

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There are 2 main translations of rash in Spanish:

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rash 2
Pronunciation: / ræʃ /American English: /ræʃ/
British English: /raʃ/

noun

  • he came out o broke out in a rash a rash of strikes
    una racha or un rosario de huelgas
    Example sentences
    • In a few cases, major skin rashes appeared 12-24 hr following exposure.
    • Certain inflammatory diseases can affect your skin, causing rashes and lesions.
    • Prickly heat is a very itchy red skin rash, causing a prickling or burning feeling.
    Example sentences
    • The run-up to the 30th anniversary produced a rash of new revelations and bitter polemics.
    • The rash of strikes on the railways and elsewhere should quickly disabuse them of that delusion.
    • Just like they said when those very same refineries were shut down because of a rash of accidents, it was going to cost us.

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