- [joints/hands] reumático she's rheumatic sufre de reuma or (especially Spain/especialmente España) reúmaMore example sentences
- Nearly two decades after declaring the year 1984 as the year of the rheumatic child, infections due to GAS are still prevalent in India.
- Instead, it was claimed that aspirin was ‘discovered’ by an ‘Aryan’ scientist, Felix Hoffman, to alleviate the sufferings of his rheumatic father.
- The discovery of aspirin is customarily said to have resulted from Felix Hoffmann's rheumatic father encouraging his son to produce a medicine devoid of the unpleasant effects of sodium salicylate.
- 1.1 (person) reumático, (masculine, feminine) 1.2(rheumatics plural)(British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar], reuma (m), reúma (m) (especially Spain/especialmente España)More example sentences
- The arthritic and rheumatic used to be lowered into the waters that bubble out of the Peak District's limestone at a constant 27.5C.