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Down’s syndrome

noun /ˈdaunz ˌsindroum/ /ˈdaun ˌsindroum/
(medical) a medical condition that someone is born with and that stops them from developing mentally and physically in a normal way Sindrome de Down He was born with Down’s/Down syndrome.
Translations of “Down’s syndrome”
in Vietnamese hội chứng Down…
in Thai ดาวน์ซินโดรม…
in Malaysian Sindrom Down…
in Indonesian Down Syndrome…
(Definition of Down’s syndrome from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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