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unborn

adjective /anˈboːn/
(of a baby) still in the mother’s womb
ungeboren
When she was involved in a car accident, the doctor was worried in case her unborn baby had been injured.
Translations of “unborn”
in Vietnamese chưa sinh ra…
in Spanish nonato, no nacido aún…
in Thai ที่ยังไม่เกิด…
in Malaysian belum lahir…
in French à naître…
in Chinese (Traditional) 未出生的…
in Indonesian belum dilahirkan…
in Russian (еще) не рожденный…
in Turkish doğmamış, henüz dünyaya gözlerini açmamış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 未出生的…
in Polish nienarodzony…
(Definition of unborn from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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