Traducción de lozenge en Español:

lozenge

pastilla, n.

Pronunciación /ˈlɒzɪn(d)ʒ//ˈlɑzəndʒ/

nombre

  • 1

    Medicina
    pastilla femenino
    cough lozenge pastilla para la tos
    • For a sore throat, try lozenges obtained from your chemist, who is pleased to offer advice.
    • And if you've got a cold, the echinacea may help, but the vitamin C and zinc probably won't (only zinc lozenges seem to work).
    • Statistics show people who are supported to give up can double their success rate, as do those who use Nicotine Replacement Therapy such as patches, gum, or lozenges.
    • Throat sprays or lozenges also may help with sore throat pain.
    • Until you're feeling better, salt-water gargles, throat lozenges or hot water with honey and lemon can help make having a sore throat easier to swallow.
    • He looked a bit worried when I sat down at the table and produced a bunch of inhalers, some pills, a bottle of cough syrup and some throat lozenges and proceeded to stuff them all into my mouth…
    • Although the mineral can inhibit viral reproduction in test tubes, study results have been mixed, possibly because of insufficient doses or the type of zinc lozenges used.
    • Nicotine replacement is available as chewing gum, transdermal patch, nasal spray, inhaler, sublingual tablet, and lozenge.
    • Anticipating actual legal reform, the development of cannabis beverages, lozenges, skin patches or other forms of delivery could be encouraged to diminish pulmonary hazards.
    • In one experiment that compared zinc to a placebo, participants who sucked on zinc lozenges every couple of hours found that the length of their cold was cut in half.
    • Chewy lozenges and patches allow substances to be absorbed quickly through the skin into the bloodstream, thereby bypassing the digestive system, which could alter their medicinal effects.
    • Don't Stop Quitting: Smokers who are trying to kick the habit can double their chances of success by using patches, gum, lozenges, inhalers or nasal sprays containing nicotine.
    • But considering all the evidence, you're better off taking zinc lozenges than echinacea the next time you feel a cold coming on.
    • But don't give hard candy, cough drops or throat lozenges to children under 4.
    • Stop taking the lozenges as soon as your cold is over.
    • In cough drops and lozenges, gum arabic soothes irritated mucous membranes.
    • To fight colds, use a zinc nasal spray four times a day or suck on zinc lozenges that contain 15 to 25 mg of zinc gluconate every two to four hours as soon as you notice symptoms.
    • Our medicine cabinets are stocked with throat lozenges, painkillers and antiseptic creams designed to restore us to immediate health after the slightest scratch.
    • Sucking of lozenges and pastilles produces saliva which lubricates and soothes inflamed tissues and washes infecting organisms off them.
    • It's also used in lozenges to soothe a sore throat.
  • 2

    (shape)
    rombo masculino
    • I would like the cameo furnishing fabrics to participate in the revolution or total transformation that has already affected dress fabrics, which are now dominated by lozenge shapes.
    • Big, blocky and simple, the polyester resin floor forms include halved lozenges, pointy-sided rectangular boxes and cubes, sometimes stacked or partially slid one into the other.
    • Notched, rounded, cut into fan or lozenge shapes, and sometimes folded over a dowel, these paintings presented richly textured planes of color - blood, rust, lipstick and fog.
    • The field is divided into shards and lozenges: the faceted forms of Cubist painting combine with the angled lines and rectangles of the Russian Suprematists.
    • You had to see the lozenge shapes in the drum at the base of the Americana in the context of the tail fins parked out front: This was a motor hotel in the city.
    • The English method for dealing with hot boiled ham is to glaze it with brown sugar and mustard or fruit juice, and decorate by scoring the fat in a lozenge pattern and studding it with whole cloves.
    • Ornament was usually restricted to repetitive, geometric mouldings such as those of the lozenge, chevron, or zigzag type.
    • Many of these belts display a predominance of lozenges in different colors on a background divided into square or rectangular partitions that are also colored.
    • At the left of the screen was a lozenge shape circled in red.
    • The base of an ivory figurine will show the radiating, intersecting lines forming minute lozenges and concentric lines of lighter and darker color.
    • Small lozenges surround it, their delicate patina evoking the gold and silver dust traditionally applied to Japanese lacquerware.
    • Decoration is usually geometric and repetitive: lozenges, chevrons, and zigzags dominate.
    • The base also displays the same striping as the sides, whereas a cross section of ivory shows concentric lozenges.
    • In each work, the larger lozenge shape snuggles like a floating sausage into a radically curved corner of the canvas, presiding over the conversation of the two beanlike shapes huddled together in a corner below.
    • He'd wake up with the lozenge pattern of the floor imprinted on his arm and face, but refreshed and ready to go.
    • Many of the stones are engraved with ornamentations such as spirals, interconnecting loops, lozenges, and circles with lines emanating from them.
    • The yard goods usually had small-scale repeat patterning, often a simple diamond grid, a mixture of thin stripes and diamonds, or small lozenges.
    • The windows with the lozenge pattern of leading are all found in pictures thought to have been painted in the late 1650s.