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urine

noun /ˈjuːrin/
(biology) the waste fluid passed out of the body of animals from the bladder.
orina
urinary adjective
urinario
a urinary infection.
urinate /ˈjuərineit/ verb (biology) to pass urine from the bladder.
orinar
urinary bladder /ˈjuərinəri ˌblædə, -nri/ noun (anatomy) an elastic muscular sac in which urine is stored until it is passed out of the body through the urethra
vejiga urinaria
Cystitis is an infection of the urinary bladder.
Translations of “urine”
in Arabic بول…
in Korean 소변…
in Malaysian air kencing…
in French urine…
in Turkish idrar…
in Italian urina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 尿液,小便…
in Russian моча…
in Polish mocz…
in Vietnamese nước tiểu…
in Portuguese urina…
in Thai น้ำปัสสาวะ…
in German der Urin…
in Catalan orina…
in Japanese 尿, 小便…
in Indonesian air seni…
in Chinese (Simplified) 尿液,小便…
(Definition of urine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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