Definición de jab
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When is the best time to get my flu jab? The Sun (2016)She hopes to do trials with people given three jabs over six months. The Sun (2017)Students up to 25 can get the jab from their surgery. The Sun (2016)Another industry leader enjoys being jabbed with needles. The Sun (2016)The jabs are given to boost childhood vaccinations when a patient suffers an open wound. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Only addicts who fail other treatment will get the jabs. The Sun (2007)They include one of scissors jabbed deep into an arm. The Sun (2013)He jabbed his fingers at the referee. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He is equipped with a powerful left jab and a thunderbolt in his right arm. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He was also urged to agree to an advertising campaign recommending that people get the jabs. The Sun (2010)He jabbed his finger in my direction. STUART: A Life Backwards (2005)Oh and that short, sharp and very painful jab you may feel between the legs? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Two jabs in one: nice work. Times, Sunday Times (2015)An ineffective flu jab given to millions of elderly people last year has been blamed for a record number of deaths over the winter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He pauses, squinting down at the camera's screen and jabbing various buttons. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Shadow Cabinet felt the full force of his left jab yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The victim then approaches the youth and throws a fierce right-hand jab, punching him on the chin and knocking him unconscious. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The doctors just didn't want to know about the back pains, the sharp jab down the inside of the leg. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He can look slow and cumbersome, but he has a powerful jab, is good defensively and looks almost impossible to hurt. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He just used to keep punching and jabbing opponents, who could not get near him to land a KO blow. The Sun (2012)
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Traducciones de jab
Inglés británico: jab /dʒæb/ NOUN
injection A jab is an injection to prevent illness.
...painful anti malaria jabs.
- Inglés americano: jab
- Árabe: وَخْزَةٌ
- Portugués brasileño: injeção
- Chino: 刺戳
- Croata: injekcija
- Checo: injekce
- Danés: støde
- Holandés: prik
- Español europeo: pinchazo punzada
- Finlandés: pisto
- Francés: piqûre
- Alemán: Stoß
- Griego: τσίμπημα
- Italiano: vaccinazione
- Japonés: 突き
- Coreano: 재빠른 일격
- Noruego: stikk
- Polaco: szczepienie
- Portugués: soco
- Rumano: injecție
- Ruso: прививка
- Español: pinchazo aguijonazo
- Sueco: spruta
- Tailandés: การแย็บ
- Turco: aşı tıp
- Ucraniano: щеплення
- Vietnamita: mũi tiêm
Inglés británico: jab NOUN
punch A jab is a sudden, sharp punch.
He was simply too powerful for his opponent, rocking him with a steady supply of left jabs.
Definición de jab del Collins Diccionario inglés
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