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diaphragm

noun /ˈdaiəˌfræm/
(biology) a dome-shaped layer of muscle between the lungs and the stomach that controls breathing.
Diafragma
(medical ) a rubber contraceptive cap that is placed over the cervix; cap (British)
Diafragma
a thin piece of material that separates different parts of a machine.
Diafragma
a round flat part inside a camera that controls the aperture of the lens.
Diafragma
a thin round part inside a telephone receiver or a loudspeaker that converts sound into electric signals or vice-versa.
Diafragma
Translations of “diaphragm”
in Korean 횡경막…
in Arabic الحِجاب الحاجِز…
in Portuguese diafragma…
in Catalan diafragma…
in Japanese 横隔膜…
in Italian diaframma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肌肉, 膈,膈膜,橫隔膜…
in Russian диафрагма…
in Turkish diyafram, mide ve ciğerler arasındaki güçlü kas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肌肉, 膈,膈膜…
in Polish przepona…
(Definition of diaphragm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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