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stomachache
American English: /ˈstəməkˌeɪk/
British English: /ˈstʌməkˌeɪk/

Translation of stomachache in Spanish:

noun

countable or uncountable
  • dolor (masculine) de estómago
    (in lower abdomen)
    dolor (masculine) de barriga or [formal] de vientre
    Example sentences
    • Alternatively, he can just say that his stomach ache has got worse.
    • How well I remember my son's first day at school: the stomach ache the night before, the paralysing shyness at the gate, the skirting round the edge of the playground not making eye contact.
    • The 19-year-old spent a year visiting doctors for treatment for a stomach ache before they finally discovered last month that he had terminal liver cancer.

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