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abdomen

noun   /ˈæb·də·mən/ formal
the front, lower part of your body that has your stomach and other parts in it abdomen
(Definition of abdomen from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abdomen

noun /ˈӕbdəmən/
(anatomy) the part of the body between the hips and the lower ribs abdomen He is set to undergo surgery to repair a tear in his abdomen.
abdominal /-ˈdo-/ adjective
abdominal abdominal pains.
(Definition of abdomen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “abdomen”
in Korean 복부…
in Arabic بَطن, جَوْف…
in Malaysian abdomen…
in French abdomen…
in Russian брюшная полость, живот…
in Chinese (Traditional) (人或動物的)腹(部), (昆蟲的)腹部…
in Italian addome…
in Turkish karın boşluğu, karın…
in Polish brzuch…
in Vietnamese bụng…
in Portuguese abdômen…
in Thai ท้อง…
in German der Unterleib…
in Catalan abdomen…
in Japanese 腹, 腹部…
in Chinese (Simplified) (人或动物的)腹(部), (昆虫的)腹部…
in Indonesian perut…
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