Definition of 'backache'
Example sentences containing 'backache'
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Maude sounding remarkably cheerful despite being enormous & having awful backache. AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)That was the reason for the backache, that dragging pain inside which she mentioned occasionally. THE GOLDEN LION (2005)People came in to see the doctor with a headache or a backache or a bellyache and it turned out to be something terminal. EVERVILLE (2005)
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Used Occasionally. backache is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'backache'
British English: backache /ˈbækˌeɪk/ NOUN
Backache is a dull pain in your back.
- American English: backache
- Arabic: أَلَم الظَهْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: dor nas costas
- Chinese: 背痛
- Croatian: bol u leđima
- Czech: bolesti v zádech
- Danish: rygsmerter
- Dutch: rugpijn
- European Spanish: dolor de espalda
- Finnish: selkäsärky
- 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: ноющая боль в спине
- Spanish: dolor de espalda
- Swedish: ryggvärk
- Thai: อาการปวดหลัง
- Turkish: sırt ağrısı
- Ukrainian: біль у спині
- Vietnamese: chứng đau lưng
Definition of backache from the Collins English Dictionary
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