|accumulation of gas in the stomach; pompousness, emptiness, inflatedness||flatulency|
|(in vertebrates) section of the body between the thorax and the pelvis in which most of the digestive organs are located, belly; section of the body behind the thorax (Entomology), body section containing stomach, rear part of insect||abdomen|
|(Medicine) accumulation of pus in a body cavity (especially in the lungs), accumulation of pus in body cavity||empyema|
|(Medicine) food poisoning caused by ingestion of the salmonella bacteria (characterized by fever, severe diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach pain)||salmonellosis|
|(Medicine) pertaining to hydrocephalus, pertaining to an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the brain; affected with hydrocephalus||hydrocephalic|
|(of a discount) In portfolio accounting, a straight-line accumulation of capital gains on a discount bond in anticipation of receipt of par at maturity.||Accretion|
|(Slang) feeling of apprehension or nervousness, stomach pains||collywobbles|
|abdominal muscles, of abdomen, of or pertaining to the abdomen, of the belly, of the stomach area||abdominal|
|abdominal pain, pain in the belly, pain in the stomach||stomachache|
|abnormal accumulation of fluid, excessive traffic or people, having too much information to transfer, overcrowding; abnormal accumulation (of blood, etc.)||congestion|
|abnormal accumulation, break through secretly, get in position to do harm, permeate fluid through a substance, penetrate, pass in or through; cause to permeate, cause pass in or through, something which permeates; something which passes through tissues...||infiltrate|
|abnormal presence of lymphocytes, accumulation of monocytes in the blood (Medicine), infectious mononucleosis||mononucleosis|
|absence of content, emptiness; absence of meaning; idleness||vacuousness|
|abstaining from eating, fast, period during which one abstains from eating; act of abstaining from eating, going without food, on empty stomach||fasting|
|accumulate, collect; make a request for delivery, large log on a fire, log in the back of a fireplace; reserve; accumulation, things still to be done||backlog|
|accumulation of aberrant and unnatural concentrations of certain chemical compounds||chemicalization|
|accumulation of calcium in body, disorder characterized by an accumulation of calcium in the tissues (Pathology)||calcinosis|
|accumulation of deposits, accumulation of sediment, formation of rocks, process of forming sediment in liquid||sedimentation|
|accumulation of fallen snow; amount of snow that has fallen, amount of fallen snow, fall of snow||snowfall|
|accumulation of fat on buttocks, accumulation of fat on the buttocks||steatopygia|
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