Definition of 'blister'
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There are a few unusual skin conditions in the elderly that can cause blistering. The Sun (2016)He's still got that blistering pace but he seems far more composed now. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The hotter the foot gets, the wetter it will get too, which increases the risk of blisters and painful infections. The Sun (2016)He was a little unlucky to only finish fourth in the Tingle Creek after a shuddering error when setting a blistering pace. The Sun (2017)I'd struggled in Colosseum crowds in the blistering heat. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Pale yellow blisters are appearing on many holly leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The last thing you want to do in the blistering heat is put on extra layers. The Sun (2011)Otherwise he suffers blistering burns in minutes. The Sun (2009)This increases the chance of back pain and blisters. The Sun (2008)The women hit their stride and proceed at a blistering pace. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The peshmerga fighters were reported to have suffered telltale blistering in the attack. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The show is in blistering form and viewing figures are on the up. The Sun (2010)This side will have small brown blisters on it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Too big or too small will cause blisters. Times, Sunday Times (2006)So are they worth the painful blisters? The Sun (2008)By now fatigue was beginning to set in and a nasty blister appeared on his hand. Great Sporting Failures (1993)One needed hospital treatment and others had burns and blisters. The Sun (2009)Only a dropped shot on the last blotted a blistering back nine that included five consecutive birdies. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Showed blistering pace and terrific balance for his first international try and almost got a second. The Sun (2014)Our away form has been blistering and we will go there with confidence. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His ankles and face looked puffy and swollen but there was no sign of sunburn or skin blistering. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The red blister on one palm shows how long he has been away and how hard this will be. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Really painful blister on a foot. Times, Sunday Times (2010)To add to the frustration, we are tantalisingly close to some blistering heat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Slap one over the blister, and you can walk straight on without any pain or discomfort. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The skin will blister and tear a little, exposing the flesh. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A: One small blister on the outside of my left ankle and one under the little toe on my right foot. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'blister'
British English: blister /ˈblɪstə/ NOUN
A blister is a painful swelling containing clear liquid on the surface of your skin.
- American English: blister
- Arabic: بَثْرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: bolha
- Chinese: 水泡
- Croatian: žulj
- Czech: puchýř
- Danish: vabel
- Dutch: blaar
- European Spanish: ampolla
- Finnish: rakkula
- French: cloque
- German: Wundblase
- Greek: φουσκάλα
- Italian: vescica
- Japanese: 水ぶくれ
- Korean: 물집
- Norwegian: blemme
- Polish: pęcherz bąbel
- European Portuguese: bolha
- Romanian: bășică
- Russian: волдырь
- Spanish: ampolla
- Swedish: blåsa sår
- Thai: แผลพุพอง
- Turkish: sulu kabarcık
- Ukrainian: пухир
- Vietnamese: chỗ phồng da
British English: blister VERB
When your skin blisters or when something blisters it, blisters appear on it.
The affected skin turns red and may blister.
Definition of blister from the Collins English Dictionary
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