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womb

noun [C] uk   us   /wuːm/
the organ in the body of a woman or other female mammal in which a baby develops before birth: Researchers are looking at how a mother's health can affect the baby in the womb.
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Translations of “womb”
in Arabic رَحِم…
in Korean 자궁…
in Malaysian rahim…
in French utérus…
in Turkish rahim, döl yatağı, vajina…
in Italian utero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 子宮…
in Russian матка…
in Polish macica…
in Vietnamese dạ con…
in Spanish matriz, útero…
in Portuguese útero…
in Thai มดลูก…
in German die Gebärmutter…
in Catalan matriu…
in Japanese 子宮…
in Indonesian rahim…
in Chinese (Simplified) 子宫…
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