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amputate

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ˈæmpjəteɪt/
to cut off someone's leg, arm, finger, etc in a medical operation
birinin bacağını, kolunu, parmaklarını tıbbi bir ameliyatla kesmek
His leg was amputated at the knee.SurgeryCutting off and disconnecting
amputation
 
 
/ˌæmpjəˈteɪʃən/ noun [C, U]
kesme
Translations of “amputate”
in Arabic يَبتُر…
in Korean 절단하다…
in Malaysian dipotong…
in French amputer…
in Italian amputare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 截(肢), 切除(身體部位)…
in Russian ампутировать…
in Polish amputować…
in Vietnamese cắt bỏ…
in Spanish amputar…
in Portuguese amputar…
in Thai ตัดออกด้วยการผ่าตัด…
in German amputieren…
in Catalan amputar…
in Japanese (手足など)を切断する…
in Indonesian memotong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 截(肢), 切除(身体部位)…
(Definition of amputate from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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