Spanish Word for ache  

English Word: ache (n/ v)

Spanish Word: el dolor, me duele
The Spanish Word for ache (n/ v)
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I have a stomach ache. I think I have indigestion.
Me duele la tripa. Creo que tengo una indigestión.
I have a stomach ache and I think it is due to eating some food in bad condition.
Me duele el estómago y pienso que ha sido por comer algún alimento en mal estado.
If you have back ache, you must make an appointment with the traumatologist.
Si te duele la espalda debes coger consulta para el traumatólogo.
I have a stomach ache.
Tengo dolor de estómago.
I have pain in my neck.
Yo tengo dolor de cuello.
The doctor says that he wants me to take the pills to relieve the head ache.
El doctor dice que él quiere que yo tome las pastillas para aliviar el dolor de cabeza.
Why do you give them vegetables and fruit? I give them that because too much sugar gives them a stomach ache.
Por qué les das verduras y frutas? Se las doy porque demasiado azúcar les da dolor de estómago.

I am sorry to tell you that I have a bit of stomach ache.
Perdónenme, pero me duele un poco el vientre.
The result is a cake that gives them belly ache.
El resultado es un pastel que les provoca dolor de estómago.
However, that will certainly not cure my stomach ache.
Pero esto no basta para calmar mis dolores de vientre.
This reminds me of a Greek proverb: you cannot chop off your head just because you have tooth ache.
Esto me recordaría un refrán griego que dice que no te puedes cortar la cabeza si lo que te duele es un diente.
A slow foxtrot makes your back ache, and your partner may end up disappointed.
Un foxtrot lento te da dolor de espalda y además es probable que tu pareja acabe por decepcionarse.
I shall gladly take some aspirin C later, hoping that I do not also get stomach ache.
Le agradezco la aspirina C que tomaré a continuación con la esperanza de que no me den por ello más tarde dolores de estómago.
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