AskDefine | Define trots

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the trots plural
  1. Diarrhoea/diarrhea.
    I've had the trots all morning and haven't been able to go out.
  2. A trotting race meet. Harness racing.




Extensive Definition

In medicine, diarrhea, also spelled diarrhoea (see spelling differences), refers to frequent loose or liquid bowel movements.
Although for many people diarrhea is merely unpleasant, diarrhea that is both acute and severe is a common cause of death in developing countries and a major cause of infant death worldwide. It is often due to gastroenteritis.



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trots in Old English (ca. 450-1100): Meteūtsiht
trots in Arabic: إسهال
trots in Asturian: Foria
trots in Aymara: Jiphilla jaqukipata
trots in Bengali: উদরাময়
trots in Catalan: Diarrea
trots in Czech: Průjem
trots in Danish: Diarre
trots in German: Durchfall
trots in Spanish: Diarrea
trots in Esperanto: Lakso
trots in Persian: اسهال‌
trots in French: Diarrhée
trots in Scottish Gaelic: Buinneach
trots in Korean: 설사
trots in Croatian: Proljev
trots in Indonesian: Diare
trots in Icelandic: Niðurgangur
trots in Italian: Diarrea
trots in Hebrew: שלשול
trots in Latin: Alvei profluvium
trots in Lithuanian: Viduriavimas
trots in Hungarian: Hasmenés
trots in Malay (macrolanguage): Diarea
trots in Dutch: Diarree
trots in Japanese: 下痢
trots in Norwegian: Diaré
trots in Norwegian Nynorsk: Diaré
trots in Occitan (post 1500): Diarrèa
trots in Polish: Biegunka
trots in Portuguese: Diarreia
trots in Quechua: Q'icha
trots in Russian: Диарея
trots in Albanian: Diarre
trots in Sicilian: Cacaredda
trots in Simple English: Diarrhea
trots in Slovak: Hnačka
trots in Slovenian: Driska
trots in Serbian: Дијареја
trots in Serbo-Croatian: Proljev
trots in Sundanese: Diaré
trots in Finnish: Ripuli
trots in Swedish: Diarré
trots in Telugu: అతిసారం
trots in Turkish: İshal
trots in Ukrainian: Діарея
trots in Chinese: 腹瀉

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