runny nose translation | English-Spanish dictionary

I've got a runny nose exp.
no paro de moquear

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
la mantequilla derretida
la tortilla babosa
el chocolate derretido
el huevo pasado por agua
los huevos revueltos babosos
'runny nose' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
to have a runny nose
to have a runny nose
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   adj     ( runnier    compar)   ( runniest    superl  )
I don't like my boiled egg to be runny      no me gustan los huevos cocidos poco hechos  
I've got a runny nose      no paro de moquear  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

run, runner, runnel, run in

"runny nose": examples and translations in context
Infections and infestations (no effects were found to be common); uncommon: runny nose, sore throat; rare: inflammation of the skin, urinary tract infection. Infecciones e infestaciones (no se encontraron efectos adversos frecuentes); poco frecuentes: rinorrea, dolor de garganta; raros: infección e inflamación cutánea (de la piel), infección del tracto urinario.
A runny nose, a cough, red and watery eyes, and small white spots inside the cheeks can develop in the initial stage. En la fase inicial, el paciente puede presentar rinorrea, tos, ojos llorosos y rojos, y pequeñas manchas blancas en la cara interna de las mejillas.
Every skinned knee and runny nose was treated as a fatal threat. Cada pequeña herida o resfriado lo trataban como si fueran mortales.
He's got a little runny nose and it feels like a fever. Tiene resfriado y parece que tenga fiebre.
- cough, nasal symptoms (irritation, runny nose), high temperature - tos, síntomas nasales (irritación, moqueo), temperatura elevada
Uncommon (occurs in less than 1 in 100 infants): stomach pains, runny nose and sore throat, ear infection, rash. Poco frecuentes (ocurren en menos de 1 de cada 100 niños): dolores de estómago, moqueo y dolor de garganta, infección de oídos, erupción.
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