Translation of athlete's foot in Spanish:

athlete's foot

pie de atleta, n.

noun

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    pie de atleta masculine
    hongos masculine informal
    • Don't forget your flip-flops when walking in locker rooms; they'll help protect you from fungal infections that cause athlete's foot.
    • Some dermatologists recommend applying antiperspirant to the feet to prevent foot odor and athlete's foot.
    • He had suffered with periodic flare-ups of toenail fungus and athlete's foot for most of his life.
    • Human fungal infections, such as athlete's foot, can be treated by fungicides normally referred to as antifungal agents or antimycotics.
    • Dermatologists sometimes suggest using antiperspirant on the feet against foot odor and athlete's foot.
    • Shoes provide a perfect environment for the fungus that causes athlete's foot or thick brown misshapen toenails.
    • If the skin between your toes is itchy and cracked, you may have athlete's foot.
    • Tinea pedis, generally known as athlete's foot, is a fungal infection of the skin of the foot.
    • Two common fungal infections include athlete's foot and yeast infections.
    • Synthetics like nylon, plastic, and rubber don't allow the sweat to escape properly and increase the chances of athlete's foot and toenail problems.
    • It can be used for ailments ranging from athlete's foot to food poisoning.
    • The infection isn't the same as athlete's foot, which primarily affects the skin of the feet.
    • The most common fungal infection is athlete's foot.
    • Toenail infections are commonly linked with athlete's foot.
    • You may be able to rid yourself of nail fungus, foot odor and athlete's foot by soaking your feet in a dilute vinegar solution (one part vinegar to two parts water).
    • What's the best thing for athlete's foot and thick nails?
    • Aztecs in Mexico believed urine, when applied topically, could cure toothaches, athlete's foot, psoriasis, and dry skin.
    • One of the most common diseases lurking in gyms is tinea pedis or athlete's foot.
    • With their wet, bare feet, swimmers are more likely to come down with athlete's foot than other athletes, especially during the hot, summer months.