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infant

noun   /ˈɪn·fənt/ formal
a baby or very young child bebé, niño pequeño, niña pequeña
(Definition of infant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

infant

noun /ˈinfənt/
a baby or very young child bebé, párvulo the baptism of infants (also adjective) an infant school.
infancy noun
the state or time of being a baby infancia, niñez They had two children who died in infancy.
(Definition of infant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “infant”
in Korean 젖먹이…
in Arabic رَضيع…
in Malaysian bayi…
in French nourrisson, de maternelle…
in Russian младенец…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嬰兒…
in Italian bambino, infante…
in Turkish bebek, küçük çocuk…
in Polish niemowlę, małe dziecko…
in Vietnamese trẻ thơ…
in Portuguese criança pequena…
in Thai ทารก…
in German der Säugling…
in Catalan infant…
in Japanese 乳児…
in Chinese (Simplified) 婴儿…
in Indonesian bayi…
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