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Translation of "kidney" - English-Spanish dictionary

kidney

noun   /ˈkɪd·ni/
one of the two organs in your body that remove waste from the blood riñón
one of these organs from an animal, used as food riñón
(Definition of kidney from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

kidney

noun /ˈkidni/
(anatomy) one of a pair of organs in the body which remove waste matter from the blood and produce urine riñón The kidneys of some animals are used as food a kidney transplant
(Definition of kidney from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “kidney”
in Korean 콩팥…
in Arabic كِلْية…
in Malaysian buah pinggang…
in French rein…
in Russian почка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 腎,腎臟, (可食用的動物)腰子…
in Italian rene, rognone…
in Turkish böbrek…
in Polish nerka…
in Vietnamese thận…
in Portuguese rim…
in Thai ไต…
in German die Niere…
in Catalan ronyó…
in Japanese 腎臓, (食用のブタ、ウシなどの)腎臓…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肾,肾脏, (可食用的动物)腰子…
in Indonesian ginjal…
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