flatulence


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flat·u·lence

 (flăch′ə-ləns)
n.
1. The presence of excessive gas in the digestive tract.
2. Self-importance; pomposity.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.flatulence - a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal
physical condition, physiological condition, physiological state - the condition or state of the body or bodily functions
2.flatulence - pompously embellished languageflatulence - pompously embellished language  

flatulence

noun
1. wind, borborygmus (Medical), eructation Avoid any food that causes flatulence.
2. pretentiousness, boasting, hot air (informal), twaddle, pomposity, bombast, claptrap, empty words, fustian, prolixity, rodomontade, fanfaronade (rare) so much bloated nationalistic flatulence
Translations
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flatulence

[ˈflætjʊləns] Nflatulencia f

flatulence

[ˈflætʃʊləns] nflatulence f

flatulence

nBlähung(en) f(pl), → Flatulenz f (spec); to cause flatulenceBlähungen verursachen, blähen

flatulence

[ˈflætjʊləns] nflatulenza

flat·u·lence

n. flatulencia, distensión y molestias abdominales por exceso de gas en el tracto gastrointestinal.

flatulence

n flatulencia
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Well, I said, and to require the help of medicine, not when a wound has to be cured, or on occasion of an epidemic, but just because, by indolence and a habit of life such as we have been describing, men fill themselves with waters and winds, as if their bodies were a marsh, compelling the ingenious sons of Asclepius to find more names for diseases, such as flatulence and catarrh; is not this, too, a disgrace?
He said that it gives relief from anemia, indigestion, flatulence, constipation, colic, diarrhea, respiratory disorders, menstrual disorders, and remedies against eye and heart diseases too.
The Flatulence Report, for The Beano, has worked out a mathematical formula that was tested for 176 different noises ranging from low to high pitch, short to long, dry to wet and from loud to squeaking.
But perhaps the flatulence emitted by the dinosaurs after eating all that vegetation caused carbon dioxide?
Weather records clearly show these diverse changeable weather conditions - well before the verbal flatulence of "greeny politicians" who now claim extreme weather is climate change due to carbon emissions.
The court is tasked with deciding whether flatulence is a form of bullying.
The Victoria State Court of Appeal upheld a Supreme Court judge's ruling that, even if David Hingst's allegations were true, flatulence did not necessarily constitute bullying.
Beans are well-known for their ability to cause flatulence because beans contain a particular sugar, called an oligosaccharide, that the human body can not break down fully.
'TIS the season to overdo things, which can lead to problems like heartburn, bloating and flatulence. So stock up your medicine cabinet with these natural remedies to ease your digestive discomforts and enjoy the celebrations.
(1) The symptoms commonly associated with indigestion include abdominal distension, dyspepsia (sometimes used as a synonym for indigestion), eructation and flatulence. Indigestion itself is usually uncomplicated or 'functional', but may indicate the presence of problems such as gastroparesis, inflammatory bowel disease, coeliac disease, food allergy, intestinal ischemia, gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD), gastritis, cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, heart disease or diabetes.
Shreddies inventor and owners Paul O'Leary has always been proud of the small part he has had in making people's lives easier with his flatulence filtration products.
Cauliflower, cabbage, and other cruciferous vegetables are commonly reputed to not nutr inclu garl cash Cau vege only increase flatulence, but increase the pungency.