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And the sound of you sneezing and blowing your nose has been replaced by the sound of. The Sun (2006)Variations include inducing a sneeze by sniffing pepper or looking at something bright. The Sun (2008)Remembering how sufferers feel should stop those around them from being impatient of their sneezing fits. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Can you also stop them sneezing in public? The Sun (2014)One human cough or sneeze could kill him. The Sun (2015)But sneezing and coughing is really painful. The Sun (2010)Best for sneezing and runny nose. The Sun (2008)No. Our eyes only close when we sneeze to stop bacteria getting in. The Sun (2013)And three days after Noel began to cough and sneeze. E. Nesbit The Treasure Seekers (1899)My main problem is an itchy or runny nose and sneezing, particularly first thing in the morning. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A sneeze takes around three seconds to complete. The Sun (2014)I seem to be constantly sniffing or sneezing. The Sun (2010)And the sound of you sneezing and blowing your nose has been replaced by... the sound of you sneezing and blowing your nose. The Sun (2008)They should have an idea of how to blow their nose, cover their mouth if they cough and their nose when they sneeze. The Sun (2011)To stop a sneeze, bite your lip, pinch the bridge of your nose or tightly close your eyes. The Sun (2009)Straight away I stopped sneezing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

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Inglese britannico: sneeze /sniːz/ VERB
When you sneeze, you suddenly take in your breath and then blow it down your nose noisily without being able to stop yourself, for example because you have a cold.
Cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze.
  • Inglese americano: sneeze
  • Arabo: يَعطُسُ
  • Portoghese brasiliano: espirrar
  • Cinese: 打喷嚏
  • Croato: kihnuti
  • Ceco: kýchat
  • Danese: nyse
  • Olandese: niezen
  • Spagnolo europeo: estornudar
  • Finlandese: aivastaa
  • Francese: éternuer
  • Tedesco: niesen
  • Greco: φτερνίζομαι
  • Italiano: starnutire
  • Giapponese: くしゃみをする
  • Coreano: 재채기하다
  • Norvegese: nyse
  • Polacco: kichnąć
  • Portoghese Europeo: espirrar
  • Romeno: a strănuta
  • Russo: чихать
  • Spagnolo: estornudar
  • Svedese: nysa
  • Thailandese: จาม
  • Turco: hapşırmak
  • Ucraino: чхати
  • Vietnamita: hắt hơi

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