Spanish Ch. 10 Vocab part 2

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caerse

to fall (down)

dañar

to damage; to break down

darse con

to bump into

doler (o:ue)

to hurt

enfermarse

to get sick

estar enfermo/a

to be sick

estornudar

to sneeze

lastimarse (el pie)

to injure (one's foot)

olvidar

to forget

poner una inyección

to give an injection

prohibir

to prohibit

recetar

to prescribe

romper

to break

romperse (la pierna)

to break (one's leg)

scar(se) un diente

to have a tooth removed

ser alérgico/a (a)

to be allergic (to)

sufrir una enfermedad

to suffer an illness

tener dolor

to have pain

tener fiebre

to have a fever

tomar la temperatura

to take someone's temperature

torcerse (o:ue) (el tobillo)

to sprain (one's ankle)

toser

to cough

congestionado/a

congested; stuffed-up

embarazada

pregnant

grave

grave; serious

mareado/a

dizzy; nauseated

médico/a

medical

saludable

healthy

sano/a

healthy

a menudo

often

a tiempo

on time

además (de)

furthermore

a veces

sometimes

apenas

hardly; scarcely

así

like this

bastante

enough

casi

almost

con frecuencia

frequently

de niño/a

as a child

de vez en cuando

from time to time

despacio

slowly

menos

less

mientras

while

muchas veces

a lot

poco

little

por lo menos

at least

pronto

soon

rápido

quickly

todos los días

every day

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