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Bon Voyage 2 Ch. 2.1

Body Parts & Sickness

TermDefinition
la tête the head
le nez the nose
l'oreille (f.) the ear
la bouche the mouth
la lèvre the lip
la gorge the throat
le cou the neck
un sourcil an eyebrow
les cils (m.) the eyelashes
les épaules (f.) the shoulders
la poitrine the chest
les bras (m.) the arms
les mains (f.) the hands
les doigts (f.) the fingers
la pouce the thumb
le ventre the stomach (outside appearance)
l'estomac (m.) the stomach (inside of the body)
les hanches (f.) the hips
les jambes the legs
les pieds the feet
un doigt de pied a toe
avoir de la fièvre to have a fever
atchoum! ahhchoo! (the sound one makes when they sneeze)
À tes souhaits! Bless you (after someone sneezes)
avoir un rhume to have a cold
être enrhumé to have a cold / to be congested
éternuer to sneeze
un mouchoir a handkerchief
un kleenex a kleenex
avoir besoin de/d' to need (to)
tousser to cough
avoir mal à + def. art. + body part to be sick in / to have a pain in (a body part)
avoir une angine to have a sore throat / strep throat / tonsilitis
pauvre poor (pitied)
avoir la grippe to have the flu
le dos the back
avoir des frissons to have the shivers/shakes
un médicament medicine
être en bonne santé to be in good health
être en mauvaise santé to be in bad/poor health
être malade to be sick
se sentir bien / mal to feel well / badly
allergique allergic
les allergies (f.) allergies
bacérien(ne) bacterial
viral(e) viral
un antibiotique an anitbiotic
un sirop syrup / cough syrup
une infection an infection
de la pénicilline penicillin
la température temperature
avoir le nez qui coule to have a runny nose
avoir les yeux qui pique to have itchy/burning eyes
avoir la gorge qui gratte to have a scratchy throat
avoir des nausées to feel nauseous
avoir la diarrhée to have diarrhea
être constipé(e) to be constipated
vomir to vomit
avoir des rougeurs (f.pl.) to have a rash
une pastille pour / contre la toux a cough drop
Created by: mme_dalton