runny nose translation | English-Spanish dictionary

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

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n.
la mantequilla derretida
n.
la tortilla babosa
n.
el chocolate derretido
n.
el huevo pasado por agua
n.
los huevos revueltos babosos
n.
nariz
vt.
olfatear
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'runny nose' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
to have a runny nose
exp.
to have a runny nose
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runny

  
   adj     ( runnier    compar)   ( runniest    superl  )
[substance]  
líquido  
[eyes]  
lloroso  
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, runnel, runner, run in

"runny nose": examples and translations in context
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.
That's like saying she has a runny nose. Eso es como decir que tiene una nariz que moquea.
Let's assume the runny nose means an infection. Supongamos que la nariz que moquea indica una infección.
Very common side effects: headache and runny nose. Efectos adversos muy frecuentes: dolor de cabeza y goteo nasal.
- runny nose, cough, hoarseness due to infection of the upper respiratory tract - goteo nasal, tos, ronquera debido a infección de las vías respiratorias altas, sinusitis, aumento de
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