вж. snuffle
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{snifl} snuffle.
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вж. snuffle
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sniffle [snifl] I. v душа, смъркам, подсмърчам; скимтя; II. n смъркане, подсмърчане; I have got the \sniffles разг. имам хрема, настинал съм.

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