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kichać po angielsku:

1. sneeze sneeze


A sneeze may be a symptom of a cold.
I've seen my dog sneeze but never my cat.
Cover your mouth when you cough, sneeze, or yawn.
Don’t sneeze over me, I don’t want to catch your cold!
He doesn't sneeze without my knowing it.
She sneezed.
When people have allergies, they sneeze when they are exposed to certain things, such as dust or pet's fur.
Jane sneezed and wiped her nose on a tissue.
... as a salad bar sneeze guard for planets.
Definition if you sneeze, you suddenly force a lot of air out your nose or mouth without being able to prevent it, for example when you have a cold
somewhere in the corridors someone was heard to sneeze
[verb] - when you sneeze, air and often small drops of liquid suddenly come from your nose and mouth in a way you cannot control
When someone sneezes, people usually say "Bless you."
For a moment I thought I was going to sneeze.
She tried to stifle a sneeze during the concert but she couldn't hold it back.

Angielskie słowo "kichać" (sneeze) występuje w zestawach:

Human sounds with definitions and RP IPA
File 3 - illnesses and injuries, clothes
unit 2 zdrowie illnesses and symptoms
Vocabulary VIII - Sounds people make
Lessons 103 & 104 - 14.05.2018