bellyaching


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bel·ly·ache

 (bĕl′ē-āk′)
n.
1. Pain in the stomach or abdomen; colic.
2. Informal A whining complaint.
intr.v. bel·ly·ached, bel·ly·ach·ing, bel·ly·aches Slang
To complain, especially in a whining manner.

bel′ly·ach′er n.

bellyaching

(ˈbɛlɪeɪkɪŋ)
n
constant complaining
Translations

bellyaching

[ˈbelɪˌeɪkɪŋ] Nquejas fpl constantes
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