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stomach

noun /ˈstamək/
the bag-like organ in the body into which food passes when swallowed, and where most of it is digested
estómago
a pain in the stomach.
the part of the body between the chest and thighs; the belly.
barriga
stomachache noun a pain in the belly
dolor de barriga
She’s been suffering from a severe stomachache.
Translations of “stomach”
in Arabic مَعِدة, بَطْن…
in Korean 위, 복부, 배…
in Malaysian perut…
in French estomac, ventre…
in Turkish mide, karın, karın boşluğu…
in Italian stomaco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 胃, 肚子,腹部…
in Russian желудок, живот…
in Polish żołądek, brzuch…
in Vietnamese dạ dày, bụng…
in Portuguese estômago, ventre…
in Thai กระเพาะ, ท้อง…
in German der Magen, der Bauch…
in Catalan estómac, panxa…
in Japanese 胃, 腹, おなか…
in Indonesian lambung, perut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胃, 肚子,腹部…
(Definition of stomach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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