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1(due to cold)sorberse la nariz informalsorberse los mocos informalgimotear
1(sniff)I'm not feeling very well, she said with a sniffle — —no me siento muy bien —dijo, sorbiéndose la nariz
- She then looked down and wiped her eyes with her hand and sniffled slightly.
- I slipped my hand out of his and sniffling back tears I didn't even know I had, I rushed away.
- She wiped her eyes, with the back of her hand, sniffling slightly, but as quietly as she could.
- Slightly reassured by this, the girl sniffled and wiped her tears away with the back of her hand.
- I gave her shoulder a squeeze and she put her head on my shoulder, sniffling slightly.
- She sat there, sniffling still with her cold, and wondered what on earth she was going to wear.
- The drive home was a silent one, marked only by my sister sniffling loudly and elongated every twenty seconds.
- Suddenly her tears turned into sniffling, which grew into sobs that shook her whole body.
- I sighed in defeat and wiped away the remainder of my tears, sniffling.
- I started to turn away, making to get up and head to the restroom to find some tissue as I sniffled slightly.
- She nodded slightly and sniffled back some tears as she fell in behind him in a slow walk.
- At the name of her son, the girl started sniffling, and fresh tears came to her eyes.
- One woman was sniffling from a cold she had acquired during the morning.
- My grandmother sniffled slightly as she bent down and set plastic flowers in the flower cup.
- He was sniffling because of a cold and limping because of a back problem.
- Well, there's nothing quite as common as a summer cold, sniffling and burbling and croaking about the place like a London taxi driver on a foggy night.
- He sniffled slightly; he had been crying silent tears for what felt to be near two hours.
- Catching his breath while sniffling up his tears, he sat down at the edge of the garden.
- Chris stops crying, sniffling through his nose to catch his breath again.
- It's the big climactic chapter that had her first whimpering, then sniffling, and finally cheering.
2informal(cold)resfriado masculineresfrío masculine South Americato have a sniffle/ the sniffles — tener moquera Latin America informal
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