- n.打嗝 v.打嗝
- There's been a slight hiccup in our mailing system.
- She laughed so much she got (the) hiccups.
- Is there a rhyme for/to hiccups'?
- A persistent hiccup could be an indication of something much more serious.
- To make a hiccup or a sound like a hiccup.
- In the middle of the prayer there was a loud hiccup from the priest.
- Cloves and kaki calyx decoction cured obstinate hiccup after malignancy cancer patients were treated by radiotherapy and chemotherapy weixi county.
- Miss lin although she neither hiccuped nor sighed moped around in the dazed condition of one who has suffered from years of jaundice.
- How long did he hiccup?
- He presented with hiccups epigastric pain and vomiting and his serum amylase and lipase levels were elevated.
- She gave a loud hiccup.
- Perphenazine therapy for anxiety and depression was associated with hiccups in a32-year-old man.
- An attack of asthma flu malaria hiccups nerves etc