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Definition of 'rash'

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Example sentences containing 'rash'

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Rash that comes and goes? The Sun (2016)Over the past few months I have been plagued by an itchy and sore red rash in both sides of my groin. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There will be no rash selections this time. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We must not be rushed into anything rash. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You may get a rash from a particular cleaning agent. Mumby, Keith The Allergy Handbook (1988)They are clearly reluctant to make any rash changes. The Sun (2011)The only really urgent rash is the one linked to meningitis. The Sun (2014)Some people had a really bad rash afterwards. The Sun (2014)Ours and his is that we do not commit rash acts. Judd, Alan Ford Madox Ford (1990)Suffering a rash that comes and goes? The Sun (2016)The threat to our orchards and honey caused a rash of speculation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Dry skin and recurring rashes that can itch to a maddening degree. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Might it also be a rash one? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Perhaps it could be said that the tackle was a little rash but these things happen in football. The Sun (2011)The results of applying these dressings to skin previously affected by the shingles rash but still painful has proved highly effective. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You must avoid doing anything rash. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Let's not make such a rash judgment. The Sun (2009)I had a really bad rash afterwards. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A rash promise he'll soon regret making. The Sun (2007)Each summer I get a rash on the sides and soles of my feet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)By the time the classic rash appears (not always present) the disease is at its most dangerous. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I'd say it's a little rash. The Sun (2012)

Synonyms of 'rash'

outbreak of spots, spots, hives, urticaria

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Translations for 'rash'

British English: rash /ræʃ/ NOUN
A rash is an area of red spots on your skin which appear when you are ill or have an allergy.
I always get a rash when I've eaten nuts.
  • American English: rash
  • Arabic: طَفْحٌ جِلْدِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: erupção cutânea
  • Chinese: 皮疹
  • Croatian: osip
  • Czech: vyrážka
  • Danish: udslæt
  • Dutch: uitslag huid
  • European Spanish: sarpullido
  • Finnish: ihottuma
  • French: éruption cutanée
  • German: Ausschlag Haut
  • Greek: εξάνθημα
  • Italian: eruzione cutanea
  • Japanese: 発疹
  • Korean: 발진
  • Norwegian: utslett
  • Polish: wysypka
  • European Portuguese: erupção cutânea
  • Romanian: iritație
  • Russian: сыпь
  • Spanish: sarpullido
  • Swedish: utslag
  • Thai: ผื่นคัน
  • Turkish: kızarıklık
  • Ukrainian: висип
  • Vietnamese: chứng phát ban

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