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die Erkältung, -en
cold (illness)
das Fieber
fever
das Gesicht, -er
face
der Hals, um e
throat, neck
die Klinik, -en
clinic
der Kopf, um e
head
der Körper, -
body
die Krankheit, -en
illness
der Magen, -
stomach; die Magenschmerzen (pl) toothache
sich erkälten
to catch a cold; erkältet: ich bin erkältet I have a cold
sich fühlen
to feel (ill, well, etc.)
husten
to cough
planen
to plan
verletzen
to injure, hurt: ich habe mir den Arm verletzt I've injured/hurt my arm; ich habe mich verletzt I hurt myself.
verschreiben, verschrieben
to perscribe
weh.tun (+dat)
to hurt; Die Füße tun mir weh. My feet hurt.
würde (subjunctive of werden)
would; ich würde das auch sagen I would also say that.
ab
from a certain point on; away (from); ab heute from today
arm (ä)
poor
blass
pale; gamz blass pretty pale
dunkel
dark
fürchterlich
horrible, horribly
hell
light; bright; hellbraun light brown
lieber
perferably, rather
schlecht: schlechter
worse
schwach (ä)
weak
wesentlich
essential, substantial, in the main
wohl
well
du Armer
you poor fellow
immer noch
still
Mir geht es (nicht) gut
I am (not) well.
Mir ist schlecht.
I feel nauseated.
was hast du?
What is wrong with you? What's the matter?
Was macht deine Erkältung?
How's your cold?