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Translation of "bowel" - English-Spanish dictionary

bowel

noun /ˈbauəl/
(usually in plural ) (anatomy) the part of the digestive system below the stomach; the intestines
intestino
The surgeon removed part of her bowel.
(in plural ) the inside of something, especially when deep
entrañas
There was a strange rumbling sound from the bowels of the earth.
bowel movement noun (medical) an act of emptying the bowels
evacuación del vientre
regular bowel movements.
Translations of “bowel”
in Arabic أمعاء…
in Korean 장…
in Malaysian usus, perut bumi…
in French intestin(s), entrailles…
in Turkish bağırsak…
in Italian budella, intestino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 腸…
in Russian кишка, кишечник…
in Polish jelito…
in Vietnamese ruột, lòng…
in Portuguese intestino…
in Thai ลำไส้, ส่วนในของ…
in German der Darm, das Innere…
in Catalan budell…
in Japanese 腸…
in Indonesian usus, isi perut, bagian dalam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肠…
(Definition of bowel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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