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me duele el pecho
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (first person singular)
a. my chest hurts
Me duele el pecho cuando estornudo.My chest hurts when I sneeze.
b. I have chest pain
Me duele el pecho, así que iré al médico.I have chest pain, so I'll go see the doctor.
c. I feel chest pain
Cada vez que toso, me duele el pecho.Every time I cough, I feel chest pain.
d. I have a pain in my chest
Bueno, dígame dónde le duele. - Me duele el pecho.OK, so tell me where do you feel pain? - I have a pain in my chest.
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