Wordlist: At the doctor - List 2

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Vocabulary List : Learn New Vocabulary

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hurt
 
to cause physical pain and/or injury; to cause (somebody) emotional pain
 
toothache
 
a pain or ache in a tooth
 
headache
 
a pain in the head
 
backache
 
any pain in the back
 
earache
 
a pain in the middle or inner ear
 
stomachache
 
a pain in the abdomen, often caused by indigestion, usually being lower than the stomach and related to the intestines
 
examine
 
to check the health or condition of someone
 
take off
 
to remove one's clothing
 
turn around
 
to physically rotate horizontally 180 or 360 degrees
 
lie
 
to be in a horizontal position
 
lie down
 
to assume a horizontal position
 
stand up
 
to rise from a lying or sitting position
 
 
  • hurt
    • hurt, hurt, hurt[hɜːt](irregular verb)
    • Definition:
      • to cause physical pain and/or injury; to cause (somebody) emotional pain
    • Example:
      • Does your leg still hurt?
      • Synonym(s):
        ache
  • toothache
    • toothache, toothaches[ˈtuθˌe(ɪ)k](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a pain or ache in a tooth
    • Example:
      • He went to the dentist because he had a really bad toothache.
  • headache
    • headache, headaches[ˈhɛde(ɪ)k](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a pain in the head
    • Example:
      • The noise caused a bad headache.
  • backache
    • backache, backaches[ˈbæke(ɪ)k](noun)
    • Definition:
      • any pain in the back
    • Example:
      • The old man could barely walk because of his backache.
    • earache, earaches[ˈijɹe(i)k](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a pain in the middle or inner ear
    • Example:
      • The little girl is suffering from earache.
  • stomachache
    • stomachache, stomachaches[ˈstʌməke(ɪ)k](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a pain in the abdomen, often caused by indigestion, usually being lower than the stomach and related to the intestines
    • Example:
      • She's complaining about a bad stomachache.
  • examine
    • examine(verb)
    • Definition:
      • to check the health or condition of someone
    • Example:
      • The doctor examined the patient.
  • take off
    • take off(phrasal verb)
    • Definition:
      • to remove one's clothing
    • Example:
      • He took off his shoes.
      • Antonym(s):
        put on
    • turn around(phrasal verb)
    • Definition:
      • to physically rotate horizontally 180 or 360 degrees
    • Example:
      • Turn around so I can see the back of your new dress.
  • lie
    • lie, lay, laid[laɪ̯](irregular verb)
    • Definition:
      • to be in a horizontal position
    • Example:
      • The patients usually lie on the divan bed during the check-up.
    • lie down(phrasal verb)
    • Definition:
      • to assume a horizontal position
    • Example:
      • Lie down on the bed until you feel better.
      • Antonym(s):
        get up, stand up
    • stand up, stood up, stood up(phrasal verb)
    • Definition:
      • to rise from a lying or sitting position
    • Example:
      • Stand up, then sit down again.
 

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Games and Quiz : Have Fun With Vocabulary

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hurt
toothache
headache
backache
earache
stomachache
examine
lie
 
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        headache
        headache
        hurt
        hurt
        examine
        examine
        toothache
        toothache
        lie
        lie
        backache
        backache
        stomachache
        stomachache
        take off
        take off
         
         
         

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        hurt
        to cause physical pain and/or injury; to cause (somebody) emotional pain
        backache
        any pain in the back
        stomachache
        a pain in the abdomen, often caused by indigestion, usually being lower than the stomach and related to the intestines
        examine
        to check the health or condition of someone
        headache
        a pain in the head
        lie down
        to assume a horizontal position
        toothache
        a pain or ache in a tooth
        take off
        to remove one's clothing
        lie
        to be in a horizontal position
        earache
        a pain in the middle or inner ear
        turn around
        to physically rotate horizontally 180 or 360 degrees
        stand up
        to rise from a lying or sitting position
         
         
         

        Definition and Image

         
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        hurt
        to cause physical pain and/or injury; to cause (somebody) emotional pain
        headache
        a pain in the head
        take off
        to remove one's clothing
        backache
        any pain in the back
        toothache
        a pain or ache in a tooth
        examine
        to check the health or condition of someone
        lie
        to be in a horizontal position
        stomachache
        a pain in the abdomen, often caused by indigestion, usually being lower than the stomach and related to the intestines
         
         
         
         

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