1 apoplejía abdominalf.abdominal apoplexy.
2 cavidad abdominalf.abdominal cavity, area right below the chest, body space located below the chest.* * *(n.) = abdominal cavityEx. Laparoscopic surgery includes operations within the abdominal or pelvic cavities, whereas keyhole surgery performed on the thoracic or chest cavity is called thoracoscopic surgery.* * *(n.) = abdominal cavity* * *abdominal cavity
3 distensión abdominalf.abdominal distension, swelling of the abdomen.* * *(n.) = bloatingEx. Bloating of the lower abdomen may easily appear, with a feeling of lumpiness when pressed.* * *(n.) = bloating
Ex: Bloating of the lower abdomen may easily appear, with a feeling of lumpiness when pressed.
4 dolor abdominalm.abdominal pain, bellyache.* * *(n.) = abdominal painEx. According to the girl and her mother, she had before treatment been suffering from abdominal pain, gnashing her teeth, vaginal itching, and diarrhoea from time to time.* * *(n.) = abdominal pain
Ex: According to the girl and her mother, she had before treatment been suffering from abdominal pain, gnashing her teeth, vaginal itching, and diarrhoea from time to time.
5 músculo abdominalm.1 abdominal muscle, abdominal.2 abdominal muscle, abdominal.* * *(n.) = abdominal muscle, ab muscleEx. Much of the fat in a man's paunch is under the abdominal muscles, exactly at his centre of gravity.Ex. The ab muscles are what really identify someone who is serious about their fitness and diet plan.* * *(n.) = abdominal muscle, ab muscle
Ex: Much of the fat in a man's paunch is under the abdominal muscles, exactly at his centre of gravity.Ex: The ab muscles are what really identify someone who is serious about their fitness and diet plan.
6 pared abdominal, la(n.) = abdominal wall, theEx. Abdominoplasty, known more commonly as a 'tummy tuck,' is a major surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fat from the middle and lower abdomen and to tighten the muscles of the abdominal wall.
7 abdominaladj.abdominal.dolores abdominales abdominal painsm.1 sit-up, situp.2 abdominal, abdominal muscle.* * *► adjetivo1 abdominal1 (ejercicios) sit-ups* * *adj.* * *1.ADJ abdominal2.SM sit-up* * *Iadjetivo abdominalIImasculino sit-up* * *Iadjetivo abdominalIImasculino sit-up* * *abdominal1= ab.Nota: Abreviatura de abdominal usada frecuentemente en el sentido de musculatura abdominal.
Ex: Randomly selecting a picture out of some men's magazine or billboard and saying that's what you want your abs to be like could be slightly self-defeating.* abdominales marcados = six-pack abs.* abdominal marcado = ripped ab.abdominal22 = abdominal.
Ex: Sometimes the noun form is used, sometimes the adjectival, eg 'Abdomen - diseases' but ' abdominal pain'; 'Thorax (Zoology)' but 'Thorax, Human' see 'Chest and Thoracic duct'.* cavidad abdominal = abdominal cavity.* distensión abdominal = bloating.* dolor abdominal = abdominal pain.* ejercicio abdominal = sit-up.* músculo abdominal = abdominal muscle, ab muscle.* pared abdominal, la = abdominal wall, the.abdominal33 = sit-up.
Ex: Avoid doing sit-ups if you have been diagnosed with osteoporosis.* * *abdominalorsit-up* * *
■ sustantivo masculino
I adjetivo abdominal
II mpl abdominales, 1 abdominal muscles
2 Dep sit-ups
' abdominal' also found in these entries:
* * *abdominal adjabdominal;dolores abdominales abdominal pains* * *adj abdominal* * *abdominal adj: abdominal
8 pared abdominalf.abdominal wall, body wall, muscles which surround the abdomen.* * *la pared abdominal(n.) = abdominal wall, the
Ex: Abdominoplasty, known more commonly as a 'tummy tuck,' is a major surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fat from the middle and lower abdomen and to tighten the muscles of the abdominal wall.
9 abdominal• abdominal• abdominous• ventral
10 cinturón abdominal• abdominal belt
11 abdominal cortom.abdominal crunch.
12 abdominal encogidom.abdominal crunch.
13 adherencia abdominalf.abdominal adhesion.
14 almohadilla abdominalf.abdominal pad, laparotomy pad.
15 aneurisma abdominalf. & m.abdominal aneurysm.
16 anillo abdominalm.abdominal ring.
17 aorta abdominalf.abdominal aorta.
18 aortografía abdominalf.abdominal aortography.
19 aponeurosis abdominalf. s.&pl.abdominal aponeurosis.
20 centro abdominalm.abdominal center.
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