English to Maori Meaning of chilblain - māngiongio

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Definitions of chilblain in English
Noun(1) inflammation of the hands and feet caused by exposure to cold and moisture
Examples of chilblain in English
(1) Most went barefoot, and some suffered chilblains .(2) Consequently, this will result in chilblained or frostbitten hands, feet, and ears.(3) You would simply prioritise the foot that had more chilblains .(4) To prevent chilblains , avoid exposure to cold.(5) January, February, and March bring a great cold, and inhumane conditions of food and weather for the girls - long marches to church in the blistering cold wind, swollen and flayed fingers and feet, and chilblains on the hands.(6) With Spartan fortitude he had to squeeze his chilblained feet into wet socks and soggy boots frozen solid.(7) He carried on working to the end - dressed in the high starched collar and cravat of his youth and dispensing old-fashioned remedies, medicines, and cures which he prepared himself, for ailments as diverse as bronchitis and chilblains .(8) It is used as a substitute for tar and as an external application for rheumatism or chilblains .(9) As a cream or ointment, it can be applied directly to bruises, sprains, strains, chilblains or painful varicose veins - but only on unbroken skin.(10) In fact, some of it is downright worth the chilblains .(11) I am too old to have anything other than chilblains as a sign of physical inflammation from the chest down.(12) In the long run this may lead to chilblained hands and/or feet.(13) A few years back I ignored the need for winter socks and got a mild attack of chilblains , the first I've had since I was a child and, if I can so engineer it, the last I shall ever have.(14) Many people suffered badly with chilblains on their feet, hands or ears, but no uniform regulations were bent to allow for more protection for the sensitive areas which itched and caused a lot of discomfort.(15) Elderly people, whose circulation is less efficient than it used to be, people who don't take enough exercise, and those suffering from anaemia, are also susceptible to chilblains .(16) In addition, because the cold is more restrictive to your blood supply, you can suffer chilblains and damage to tissue.
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