stomach ache

Polish translation: "bol zoladka" albo "bol brzucha"

18:06 Feb 26, 2002
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: stomach ache
I am a nurse in a public school who is polish. She is feeling ill
Anne-Marie
Polish translation:"bol zoladka" albo "bol brzucha"
Explanation:
Pierwsze potocznie uzywane ("zoladek mnie boli"), drugie wlasciwsze (bo nie mozna zlokalizowac ktory narzad w brzuchu boli, no chyba droga dlugich cwiczen)

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Note added at 2002-02-26 20:38:22 (GMT)
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The first version is more commonly used, the second one is more correct (from the physiological point of view)
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5 +3"bol zoladka" albo "bol brzucha"
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"bol zoladka" albo "bol brzucha"


Explanation:
Pierwsze potocznie uzywane ("zoladek mnie boli"), drugie wlasciwsze (bo nie mozna zlokalizowac ktory narzad w brzuchu boli, no chyba droga dlugich cwiczen)

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Note added at 2002-02-26 20:38:22 (GMT)
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The first version is more commonly used, the second one is more correct (from the physiological point of view)

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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Jakub Szacki: I am afraid that explanation should have been in English
2 mins

agree  Araksia Sarkisian: lol...
6 hrs

agree  KORNELIA ZWIÓR-HOŁENKO: Anne-Marie, http://gasnet.med.yale.edu/phrasebook/polish.html has a short Polish-English dctry of anatomy terms and says how to pronounce them; though rather short, it may be helpful
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