Definition of 'catarrh'
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Translations for 'catarrh'
British English: catarrh /kəˈtɑː/ NOUN
Catarrh is a medical condition in which a lot of thick liquid is produced in your nose and throat. You may get catarrh when you have a cold.
- American English: catarrh
- Arabic: اِلْتِهَابُ القَنَاةِ التَنَفُّسِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: catarro
- Chinese: 粘膜炎
- Croatian: hunjavica
- Czech: katar
- Danish: katar
- Dutch: slijmvliesontsteking
- European Spanish: catarro
- Finnish: nuha
- French: catarrhe
- German: Katarrh
- Greek: συνάχι
- Italian: catarro
- Japanese: カタル
- Korean: 카타르
- Norwegian: katarr
- Polish: katar nieżyt
- European Portuguese: catarro
- Romanian: catar
- Russian: катар
- Spanish: resfriado
- Swedish: katarr
- Thai: โรคหวัดที่มีน้ำมูกไหลออกมา
- Turkish: akıntı nezle
- Ukrainian: катар
- Vietnamese: chứng chảy, viêm chảy
Definition of catarrh from the Collins English Dictionary
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