Definition of 'cold sore'
Example sentences containing 'cold sore'
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Q I'VE suffered cold sores constantly for the last few months. The Sun (2015)Many of his patients, such as his daughter, have not suffered from cold sores since the treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2006)About one in five people in the UK suffers recurrent cold sores but the condition is infectious only if the sufferer has an active sore. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'cold sore'
British English: cold sore /kəʊld sɔː/ NOUN
Cold sores are small sore spots that sometimes appear on or near someone's lips and nose when they have a cold.
- American English: cold sore
- Arabic: قَرْحَةُ البَرْدِ حَوْل الشَفَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: herpes simples
- Chinese: 唇疱疹
- Croatian: herpes
- Czech: opar puchýřek
- Danish: forkølelsessår
- Dutch: koortsuitslag
- European Spanish: herpes
- Finnish: huuliherpes
- French: bouton de fièvre
- German: Bläschenausschlag
- Greek: επιχείλιος έρπης
- Italian: herpes facciale
- Japanese: 口辺ヘルペス
- Korean: 입가의 발진
- Norwegian: forkjølelsessår
- Polish: opryszczka
- European Portuguese: herpes
- Romanian: herpes
- Russian: простой герпес
- Spanish: herpes labial
- Swedish: munsår
- Thai: แผลเปื่อย
- Turkish: uçuk sağlık
- Ukrainian: герпес
- Vietnamese: bệnh hecpet môi
Definition of cold sore from the Collins English Dictionary
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