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Spanish translation of “amputate”

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amputate

verb /ˈӕmpjuteit/
(medical ) (of a surgeon etc) to cut off (an arm or leg etc)
amputar
They are going to have to amputate (his left leg).
amputation noun
amputación
The surgeon had no choice but to perform an amputation.
Translations of “amputate”
in Korean 절단하다…
in Arabic يَبتُر…
in French amputer…
in Italian amputare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 截(肢), 切除(身體部位)…
in Russian ампутировать…
in Turkish birinin bacağını, kolunu, parmaklarını tıbbi bir ameliyatla kesmek…
in Polish amputować…
in Portuguese amputar…
in German amputieren…
in Catalan amputar…
in Japanese (手足など)を切断する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 截(肢), 切除(身体部位)…
(Definition of amputate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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