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|headache||watery eyes||plaster cast|
|to catch a cold||pink eye||blister|
|to sneeze||scratch||to shiver|
|swollen||bump||his teeth are chattering|
|She feels fine.||He feels sick.||She is blowing her nose.||He has a fever|
|He has a severe sunburn.||It has got the hiccups.||She has goose pimples.||He feels dizzy.||She is going to faint.|
| mumps (+v. sing.) ||measles (+ v. sing.)||whooping-cough|| chicken pox || a shot |
to be a pain in the neck: to be very annoying (être casse-pieds) (style familier)
(v.) to ache
(adj.) sore = painful
Hurting when used or touched
this child is ill, he is a sick child.
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