Definition of 'back pain'
Example sentences containing 'back pain'
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But the exercises may increase back pain in some people, the team says. The Sun (2017)These could cause foot and back pain. The Sun (2009)After four months my back pain has decreased. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Four out of five people experience lower back pain at some point in their adult lives. Christianity Today (2000)About 60 per cent of us suffer from back pain at some time during our lives. BE YOUR BEST: How Anyone can become Fit, Healthy and Confident (2002)Journal of Pain has found that people who are highly sensitive to stress and emotional situations are also significantly more likely to suffer from lower back pain. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Translations for 'back pain'
British English: back pain /bæk peɪn/ NOUN
Back pain is pain that you feel in your back.
- American English: back pain
- Arabic: أَلَم الظَهْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: dor nas costas
- Chinese: 背疼
- Croatian: bol u leđima
- Czech: bolesti v zádech
- Danish: rygsmerter
- Dutch: rugpijn
- European Spanish: dolor de espalda
- Finnish: selkäkipu
- French: mal de dos
- German: Rückenschmerzen
- Greek: πόνος στην πλάτη
- Italian: mal di schiena
- Japanese: 腰痛
- Korean: 요통
- Norwegian: ryggsmerter
- Polish: ból pleców
- European Portuguese: dor nas costas
- Romanian: durere de spate
- Russian: боль в спине
- Spanish: dolor de espalda
- Swedish: ryggont
- Thai: ปวดหลัง
- Turkish: sırt ağrısı
- Ukrainian: біль у спині
- Vietnamese: sự đau lưng
Definition of back pain from the Collins English Dictionary
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