Definition of 'migraine'
Example sentences containing 'migraine'
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A neurologist said the headaches could be migraines and the wrist drop may improve within three months, but it hasn't. The Sun (2016)MORE than six million people in the UK suffer from migraines. The Sun (2017)Some days she could suffer two migraine attacks with terrifying ferocity. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You are more likely to get migraines if they run in your family. The Sun (2013)Is a drug to treat migraine more valuable than one that cures a rare cancer? Times, Sunday Times (2013)He said that doctors told his brother that they were treating him for migraines and stress. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is often effective in stopping migraines and headaches. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)She thinks it might be connected with the migraines she has suffered since childhood. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Botox can also reduce migraines and treat muscle spasms. The Sun (2012)It is also given to stop migraine headaches. The Sun (2009)She knew she suffered from migraine but had been unable to identify the cause. Banish Headaches -how to obtain fast, drug-free relief from headache (1990)All these factors are linked to migraine and headaches. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But a cousin last night said she had suffered migraines. The Sun (2013)It can sometimes be difficult to know whether what you are suffering is a headache or a migraine. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Some people get migraines only once a year, but mine vary in frequency. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If you do get a migraine, take a soluble painkiller at the first sign of trouble. The Sun (2015)They have many uses including treating anxiety, migraine and palpitations. The Sun (2016)Don't let migraine get a grip. The Sun (2014)A barrage of sounds at frequencies just beyond human hearing could be giving people migraines, nausea and tinnitus, according to a study. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'migraine'
British English: migraine /ˈmiːɡreɪn; ˈmaɪ-/ NOUN
A migraine is a very severe headache.
Her mother suffered from migraines.
- American English: migraine
- Arabic: صُدَاعٌ نِصْفِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: enxaqueca
- Chinese: 偏头痛
- Croatian: migrena
- Czech: migréna
- Danish: migræne
- Dutch: migraine
- European Spanish: migraña
- Finnish: migreeni
- French: migraine
- German: Migräne
- Greek: ημικρανία
- Italian: emicrania
- Japanese: 片頭痛
- Korean: 편두통
- Norwegian: migrene
- Polish: migrena
- European Portuguese: enxaqueca
- Romanian: migrenă
- Russian: мигрень
- Spanish: migraña
- Swedish: migrän
- Thai: อาการปวดศรีษะเพียงข้างเดียว
- Turkish: migren
- Ukrainian: мігрень
- Vietnamese: chứng đau nửa đầu
Definition of migraine from the Collins English Dictionary
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