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strangulated

adjective uk   /ˈstræŋ.ɡjʊ.leɪ.tɪd/  us   /-t̬ɪd/

strangulated adjective (BODY PART)

specialized medical If an organ or other part inside the body is strangulated, it has become tightly pressed, blocking the flow of blood or air through it: a strangulated hernia

strangulated adjective (SOUND)

(US also strangled) A strangulated sound is not full or relaxed, but made when your throat is tight, for example because of fear or anger: He let out a strangulated squeak of outrage.
Translations of “strangulated”
in Chinese (Traditional) 身體器官, (身體器官等)絞窄性的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身体器官, (身体器官等)绞窄性的…
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