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Translation of "constipated" - English-Spanish dictionary

constipated

adjective   /ˈkɒn·stɪ·peɪ·tɪd/
unable to empty your bowels as often as you should estreñido
(Definition of constipated from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

constipated

adjective /ˈkonstipeitid/
(medical) having difficulty in passing waste matter (as regularly as normal) from the bowels. estreñido
constipation noun
estreñimiento He’s suffering from constipation.
(Definition of constipated from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “constipated”
in Korean 변비의…
in Arabic عِنده إمساك…
in Malaysian sembelit…
in French constipé…
in Russian страдающий запором…
in Chinese (Traditional) 便秘的…
in Italian stitico…
in Turkish kabız(olmuş)…
in Polish cierpiący na zatwardzenie…
in Vietnamese táo bón…
in Portuguese com prisão de ventre…
in Thai ท้องผูก…
in German verstopft…
in Catalan restret…
in Japanese 便秘の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 便秘的…
in Indonesian sembelit…
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