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Translation of "pregnant" - English-Turkish dictionary

pregnant

adjective     /ˈpreɡnənt/
B1 A pregnant woman has a baby developing inside her uterus. hamile, gebe to get pregnant She's five months pregnant.PregnancyBirth
a pregnant pause/silence
a pause or silence full of meaning that is not said in words anlamlı sessizlik; manidar ara Pauses and interludes
Translations of “pregnant”
in Arabic حامِل…
in Korean 임신한…
in Malaysian mengandung…
in French enceinte…
in Italian incinta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女性的, 懷孕的,妊娠的…
in Russian беременная…
in Polish w ciąży, ciężarna…
in Vietnamese mang bầu…
in Spanish embarazada, encinta…
in Portuguese grávida…
in Thai มีครรภ์…
in German schwanger…
in Catalan embarassada…
in Japanese 妊娠している…
in Indonesian hamil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女性的, 怀孕的,妊娠的…
(Definition of pregnant from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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