Translation of cough in Spanish:


tos, n.

Pronunciation /kɑf/ /kɒf/

See Spanish definition of tos


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    tos feminine
    to have a cough tener tos
    • smoker's cough tos de fumador
    • to give a cough toser
    • cough candy caramelo para la tos
    • cough suppressant antitusígeno
    • cough sweet caramelo para la tos
    • 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.
    • It usually starts suddenly with fever, chills, headache, aching muscles and a cough or other respiratory symptoms.
    • It has been shown to sooth irritable coughs and other respiratory problems.
    • Add in fever and the fact that my cough has gotten significantly worse in the last two days, and I'm concluding that I have the flu again.
    • Symptoms of the condition can include a cough, shortness of breath, loss of appetite, extreme fatigue or fever.
    • He suffered from bad coughs and colds, but he never smoked or drank heavily.
    • My baby has a bad cough and throws up after feeding.
    • I still have a bad cough as my body rids itself of sickness, but my head feels good.
    • He had a bad cough which he attributed to a lifetime breathing in petrol fumes.
    • The person develops a bad cough to get rid of the mucus.
    • It stopped the panic attacks, but the cough has gotten worse.
    • Why do people bother coming to school when they have coughs that make them sound like sea lions?
    • With sugar or honey added, it was used for coughs, wheezing and difficult breathing.
    • Second, most coughs and colds are due to viruses.
    • Now is the ideal time to go to an acupuncturist if you want to improve your body's natural defences against winter coughs and colds.
    • A full set of case notes was found for 58 patients who had X-rays requested because of chest symptoms such as a cough or breathlessness.
    • It is helpful for coughs, bronchial spasms, and bronchitis.
    • In a bath, these oils can help soothe coughs and sore muscles, and calm the nerves.

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