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Translation of "surgery" - English-Spanish dictionary

surgery

noun   /ˈsɜ·ːdʒər·i/
[no plural] medical treatment in which a doctor cuts your body open and repairs or removes something cirugía She has had surgery for the problem. heart surgery
( plural surgeries) US the process of cutting someone’s body to remove or repair part of it operación She has undergone several surgeries and will require more.
( plural surgeries) UK a place where doctors or other medical workers treat people consultorio What time does the surgery open?
(Definition of surgery from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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