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Translation of "fracture" - English-Spanish dictionary

fracture

verb   /ˈfræk·tʃər/ ( present participle fracturing, past tense and past participle fractured)
to break a bone fracturar She’s fractured her ankle.
noun   /ˈfræk·tʃər/
an injury in which a bone is broken fractura He has a suspected fracture.
(Definition of fracture from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fracture

noun /ˈfrӕktʃə/
a break of anything hard, especially a bone fractura a fracture of the left thigh-bone.
(Definition of fracture from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “fracture”
in Korean 골절…
in Arabic كَسر…
in Malaysian patahan…
in French fracture…
in Chinese (Traditional) (硬物的)斷裂,裂縫, 骨折…
in Italian frattura…
in Vietnamese sự gãy, vỡ (nhất là xương)…
in Portuguese fratura…
in Thai การแตก, การร้าว (โดยเฉพาะกระดูก)…
in German der Bruch…
in Catalan fractura…
in Japanese 骨折…
in Chinese (Simplified) (硬物的)断裂, 骨折…
in Indonesian patahan…
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