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Translation of "pneumonia" - English-Spanish dictionary

pneumonia

noun [no plural]   /njuːˈməʊ·ni·ə/
a serious illness in which your lungs fill with liquid and it is difficult to breathe neumonía
(Definition of pneumonia from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pneumonia

noun /njuˈməuniə/
(medical) an illness in which the lungs become inflamed pulmonía, neumonía He died of pneumonia.
(Definition of pneumonia from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pneumonia”
in Korean 폐렴…
in Arabic التِهاب رِئوي…
in Malaysian pneumonia…
in French pneumonie…
in Russian пневмония, воспаление легких…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肺炎…
in Italian polmonite…
in Turkish zatürre, akciğer iltihabı…
in Polish zapalenie płuc…
in Vietnamese viêm phổi…
in Portuguese pneumonia…
in Thai โรคปอดบวม…
in German die Lungenentzündung…
in Catalan pneumònia, pulmonia…
in Japanese 肺炎…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肺炎…
in Indonesian pneumonia, radang paru-paru…
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