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  1. cough

    • IPA[kɒf]

    英式

    • v.
      expel air from the lungs with a sudden sharp sound;(of an engine) make a sudden harsh noise, especially as a sign of malfunction
    • n.
      an act or sound of coughing;a condition of the respiratory organs causing coughing
    • noun: cough, plural noun: coughs

    • verb: cough, 3rd person present: coughs, gerund or present participle: coughing, past tense: coughed, past participle: coughed

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. expel air from the lungs with a sudden sharp sound:

      he tried to speak and started to cough

    • 2. (of an engine) make a sudden harsh noise, especially as a sign of malfunction:

      the engine began coughing and spluttering

    • 3. force (something, especially blood) out of the lungs or throat by coughing:

      he coughed up bloodstained fluid

    • 4. say something in an abrupt way:

      he coughed out his orders

    • 5. reveal information; confess:

      once he realized we knew, he was ready to cough fast enough

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act or sound of coughing:

      she gave a discreet cough

    • 2. a condition of the respiratory organs causing coughing:

      he looked feverish and had a bad cough

    • n. a medicated lozenge sucked to relieve a cough or sore throat.

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    • n. a short, dry, frequent cough.

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    • n. liquid medicine taken to relieve a cough:

    • I have some cough mixture from home

      it is widely found in cough mixtures

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    • n. a cough not accompanied by phlegm production.

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    • n. a cough not accompanied by phlegm production.

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    • n. liquid medicine taken either to suppress or expectorate a cough.

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    • n. a medicated lozenge sucked to relieve a cough.

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    • n. a contagious bacterial disease chiefly affecting children, characterized by convulsive coughs followed by a whoop.

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    美式

    • v.
      expel air from the lungs with a sudden sharp sound:
    • he tried to speak and started to cough
    • n.
      an act or sound of coughing:
    • she gave a discreet cough

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