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Translation of "gestation" - English-Spanish dictionary

gestation

noun /dʒeˈsteiʃən/
(biology) the process or period of time when a child or young animal develops inside its mother’s body before birth gestación, embarazo At 7 weeks’ gestation, every essential organ has begun to form in the embryo’s tiny body even though it still weighs less than an aspirin The gestation period of a sheep is approximately 147 days.
(formal) the process or period of time when an idea, plan, or piece of work develops gestación The book was several years in gestation.
(Definition of gestation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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