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hiccough
v. tener hipo, hipar, jipar
 
s. hipo

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Hipo
El hipo es una contracción espasmódica, involuntaria y repetitiva del diafragma y los músculos intercostales que provoca una inspiración súbita de aire. El diafragma es un músculo fundamental para la respiración de los mamíferos, cuando se contrae, el tórax se expande y el aire entra en los pulmones a través de la tráquea (inspiración). En cambio, cuando se relaja, el tórax se contrae y el aire sale de los pulmones a través de la boca y la nariz (espiración).

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hiccough1 [hiccup]
(n.) = hipo.
Ex: During the day, he didn't cry, but very burpy and lots of hiccups, very gassy.

 
hiccough2 [hiccup]
(n.) = contratiempo, tropiezo, dificultad, pega, sinsabor.
Ex: The book 'The Last Hiccup of the Old Demographic Regime' examines the impact of epidemics and disease on population growth in the late seventeenth century.

 
hiccough3 [hiccup]
(v.) = tener hipo, entrar hipo, dar hipo.
Ex: The book also explains how twins begin and describes how a fetus gets food and air and how the growing baby kicks and hiccups inside the uterus.

 
hiccup1 [hiccough]
(n.) = hipo.
Ex: During the day, he didn't cry, but very burpy and lots of hiccups, very gassy.

 
hiccup2 [hiccough]
(n.) = contratiempo, tropiezo, dificultad, pega, sinsabor.
Ex: The book 'The Last Hiccup of the Old Demographic Regime' examines the impact of epidemics and disease on population growth in the late seventeenth century.

 
hiccup3 [hiccough]
(v.) = tener hipo, entrar hipo, dar hipo.
Ex: The book also explains how twins begin and describes how a fetus gets food and air and how the growing baby kicks and hiccups inside the uterus.



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