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Translation of "epilepsy" - English-Spanish dictionary

epilepsy

noun [no plural]   /ˈep·ɪ·lep·si/
a condition of the brain that causes a person to become unconscious and have fits (= periods when he or she shakes in an uncontrolled way) epilepsia
(Definition of epilepsy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

epilepsy

noun /ˈepilepsi/
(medical ) a disease of the nervous system causing attacks of unconsciousness, usually with violent movements of the body. epilepsia
epileptic /-tik/ noun
(medical) a person who is suffering from epilepsy epiléptico (also adjective) an epileptic fit.
(Definition of epilepsy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “epilepsy”
in Korean 간질…
in Arabic صَرع…
in Malaysian sawan…
in French épilepsie…
in Russian эпилепсия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 癲癇,羊癇瘋,羊角風…
in Italian epilessia…
in Turkish sara, epilepsi…
in Polish padaczka, epilepsja…
in Vietnamese chứng động kinh…
in Portuguese epilepsia…
in Thai โรคลมบ้าหมู…
in German die Epilepsie…
in Catalan epilèpsia…
in Japanese てんかん…
in Chinese (Simplified) 癫痫,羊痫疯,羊角风…
in Indonesian ayan…
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