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Translation of "bladder" - English-Spanish dictionary

bladder

noun   /ˈblæd·ər/
the organ where waste liquid is stored before it leaves your body vejiga
(Definition of bladder from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bladder

noun /ˈblӕdə/
(anatomy) the bag-like part of the body in which the urine collects vejiga She suffers from a weak bladder.
(Definition of bladder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bladder”
in Korean 방광…
in Arabic مَثانة…
in Malaysian pundi…
in French vessie…
in Russian мочевой пузырь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膀胱…
in Italian vescica…
in Turkish idrar kesesi, sidik torbası, mesane…
in Polish pęcherz…
in Vietnamese bàng quang…
in Portuguese bexiga…
in Thai กระเพาะปัสสาวะ…
in German die Blase…
in Catalan bufeta…
in Japanese 膀胱(ぼうこう)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 膀胱…
in Indonesian kantung kemih…
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