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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtummytum‧my /ˈtʌmi/ ●●○ noun (plural tummies) [countable]  HBHstomach – used especially by or to children He was up all night with tummy ache.tummy bug/upset British English (=an illness of the stomach that makes you vomit)
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tummySix out of 10 travellers get a tummy bug abroad.Once more her tummy contracted in memory.A baby placed on her tummy was discovered dead two hours later, facedown in a pool of milk.My 11-year-old son is always complaining his tummy hurts.Mommy, my tummy hurts.She was doodling in the sand and I was on my tummy watching her.In the last act of King Lear, Regan complains of a spot of tummy trouble.As they straighten, curve the spine and pull in the tummy, as if you have just received a blow.Relax the tummy muscles, then repeat.tummy acheThey tell me he's got toothache and tummy ache from eating too many sweets.They may also have nightmares, tummy aches or headaches.
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