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cough

US [kɑf]
UK [kɒf]
  • n.咳嗽;咳嗽声;咳嗽病
  • v.咳嗽;(从喉咙或肺中)咳出;突然发出刺耳的声音
  • Web你干咳了几下;咳了几声;你乾咳了几下
Plural Form:coughs  Present Participle:coughing  Past Tense:coughed  
cough
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v.
1.
[i]
咳嗽to force out air suddenly and noisily through your throat, for example when you have a cold
I couldn't stop coughing.
我咳嗽不止。
to cough nervously/politely/discreetly
紧张地╱斯文地╱小心翼翼地咳嗽
2.
[t]
~ sth (up)
(从喉咙或肺中)咳出to force sth out of your throat or lungs by coughing
Sometimes she coughed (up) blood.
她有时咯血。
3.
[i]
突然发出刺耳的声音to make a sudden unpleasant noise
n.
1.
咳嗽;咳嗽声an act or a sound of coughing
She gave a little cough to attract my attention.
她轻轻地咳了一声以引起我的注意。
2.
咳嗽病an illness or infection that makes you cough often
to have a dry/persistent/hacking cough
干咳;顽固的咳嗽;频咳
My cold's better, but I can't seem to shake off this cough.
我感冒好些了,但这咳嗽好像老也不好。

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