tummyache

Related to tummyache: stomach ache
Translations

tummyache

[ˈtʌmɪˌeɪk] n (fam) → mal m di pancia
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Boston could find a reason to put Bard on the disabled list, since the only requirement for being on the DL in the 21st Century is to say you have a tummyache.
It's not been to everyone's taste, and Anthony Beyga's portrait of a pumpkin with tummyache will strike a chord with many people.
It rattled her brain, It gave her migraine, A backache, sideache, tummyache, too.
These days, children can't take home-baked cakes to school for fear they may cause an outbreak of Lassa fever, typhoid or tummyache and the older generation looks fondly back at days when children built their immune system by eating a bit of muck along with their bread and dripping.
For parting gifts, Sacramento gave Kobe Bryant a four-day tummyache, Shaquille O'Neal a foul mood and the rest of the Lakers a diminished capacity to hear.
Regardless of what is wrong--temperature, headache, tummyache, good old homesickness--cold water can't hurt, and it will often help.
When his hunterly luck is good, he gorges himself with seven or eight possums per day, and never has a tummyache, nor spits up bilious gunk - no sour gas puffing out of him at either pipe outlet.
Mia says it was more of a heart-burning thing - because it wasn't too long before Jason gave her TUMMYACHE.
Rather like the reluctant schoolboy's 8am tummyache, there is often no foolproof diagnostic test for the multiple and diverse maladies that afflict footballers.
Take an interest in schoolwork, and look out for early warning signs that something might be wrong such as difficulty going to sleep, nightmares, and continual complaints of headache or tummyache.