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harsh respiration n.
murmure vésiculaire à timbre râpeux
[Med.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
adj.
dur
n.
médicament agressif
[Med.]
n.
pierre ponce
nm.
monde cruel ; monde difficile ; monde plein de difficultés
n.
souffle rude
[Med.]
n.
purgatif drastique
[Med.]
n.
respiration rude
[Med.]
n.
souffle systolique rude
[Med.]
n.
respiration
exp.
la dure réalité de qch
exp.
la dure réalité
n.
respiration cellulaire
[Med.]
n.
tachypnée
[Med.]
n.
respiration cellulaire
[Med.]
n.
respiration sifflante
[Med.]
n.
respiration suspirieuse
[Med.]
n.
respiration difficile
[Med.]
n.
respiration tubaire
[Med.]
n.
amplitude respiratoire
[Med.]
n.
geignement expiratoire
[Med.]
n.
respiration tissulaire
[Med.]
n.
fréquence respiratoire
[Med.]
n.
respiration vicariante
[Med.]
n.
souffle caverneux
[Med.]
n.
respiration artificielle
n.
respiration saccadée
[Med.]
n.
dyspnée de Cheyne-Stokes
[Med.]
n.
respiration périodique
[Med.]
n.
respiration puérile
[Med.]
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n.
harsh respiration
[Med.]
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harsh

  

      adj  
   (=hard)  
[treatment]  
sévère, dur (e)     
→ She was told that her husband was receiving harsh treatment in prison.        
[punishment]   sévère  
→ The harsh sentences appear to be aimed at setting an example.        
[words]   dur (e)     
→ The teacher had harsh words to say about my work.        
the harsh reality of sth      la dure réalité de qch  
→ the harsh reality of life in modern-day Moscow        
→ That's the harsh reality of the situation here, we just don't have the money to improve things.        
   [climate, winter, weather]   rude  
→ Antarctica's remoteness and harsh climate have made exploration difficult.        
→ His family wouldn't survive the harsh winter.        
   [sound]   discordant (e)     
[voice]  
criard (e)     
[taste]  
âpre  
[light]  
cru (e)     
→ Harsh daylight fell into the room.        
   [chemical, detergent]   corrosif (-ive)     
→ a common skin condition caused by the harsh chemicals in home improvement products        
→ Harsh detergents that can leave hair brittle.        
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