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La boca
Mouth
El brazo
Arm
La cabeza
Head
El corazón
Heart
El cuello
Neck
El cuerpo
Body
El dedo
Finger
El estómago
Stomach
La garanta
Throat
El hueso
Bone
La nariz
Nose
El oído
(sense of) Hearing; inner ear
El ojo
Eye
La oreja
(outer) Ear
El pie
Foot
La rodilla
Knee
El tobillo
Ankle
El accidente
Accident
El antibiótico
Antibiotic
La aspirina
Aspirin
La clínica
Clinic
El consultorio
Doctor's office
El/la dentista
Dentist
El dolor (de cabeza)
(head)Ache; pain
El/la enfermero(a)
Nurse
El examen médico
Medical exam
La farmacia
Pharmacy
La gripe
Flu
El hospital
Hospital
La infección
Infection
El medicamento
Medication
La medicina
Medicine
La operación
Operation
El/la paciente
Patient
La pastilla
Pill/tablet
La radiographía
X-ray
La receta
Prescription
El resfriado
Cold (illness)
La sala de emergencia(s)
Emergency room
La salud
Health
El síntoma
Symptom
La tos
Cough
Caerse
To fall (down)
Dañar
To damage; to break down
Darse con
To bump into; to run into
Doler (o:ue)
To hurt
Enfermarse
To get sick
Estar enfermo(a)
To be sick
Estornudar
To sneeze
Lastimarse (el pie)
To hurt one's (foot); to injure one's (foot)
Olvidar
To forget
Poner una inyección
To give an injection
Prohibir
To prohibit
Quedar
To be left behind
Recetar
To prescribe
Romper
To break
Romperse (la pierna)
To break (one's leg)
Sacar(se) una muela
To have a tooth removed
Ser alérgico (a)
To be allergic (to)
Sufrir una enfermedad
To suffer an illness
Tener dolor (m.) de (rodilla)
To have a pain in one's (knee)
Tener fiebre (f.)
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
Dizzy; nauseated
Médico(a)
Medical
Saludable
Healthy
Sano(a)
Healthy
A menudo
Often
A tiempo
On time
A veces
Sometimes
Además (de)
Furthermore; besides
Apenas
Hardly; scarcely
Así
Like this; so
Bastante
Enough; rather
Casi
Almost
Con frecuencia
Frequently
De niño(a)
As a child
De vez en cuando
From time to time
Menos
Less
Mientras
While
Muchas veces
A lot; many times
Poco
Little
Por lo menos
At least
Pronto
Soon
Todos los días
Every day
Hace + time + que + verb in the preterit
To have done something in the past (ago)
Hace + time + que + verb in the present
To have been doing something for a period of time
¡Ay, qué dolor!
Oh, what pain!
Creo que me rompí el tobillo.
I think I broke my ankle.
¿Cómo se lastimó el pie?
How did you hurt your foot?
Me caí en el autobús.
I fell when I was on the bus.
¿Te duele el tobillo?
Does your ankle hurt? (fam.)
¿Le duele el tobillo?
Does your ankle hurt? (form.)
Sí, (me duele) mucho.
Yes, (it hurts) a lot.
¿Es Ud. alérgico(a) a algún medicamento?
Are you allergic to any medication?
Sí, soy alérgico a la penecilina.
Yes, I'm allergic to penicillin.
¿Está roto el tobillo?
Is the ankle broken?
No está roto. Apenas está torcido.
It's not broken. It's just twisted.
Le receto unas pastillas para el dolor.
I'll prescribe some pills for the pain.