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birth

noun   /bɜːθ/
B1 the time when a baby is born nacimiento, parto a difficult birth What’s your date of birth (= the date when you were born)?
give birth (to someone)
to produce a baby from your body dar a luz (a alguien) She gave birth to twins.
(Definition of birth from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

birth

noun /bəːθ/
(an) act of coming into the world, being born nacimiento the birth of her son Harry has been deaf since birth.
the beginning nacimiento, comienzo, inicio the birth of civilization.
birth certificate noun
a official document that shows when and where are person was born and who their parents are Certificado de Nacimiento You need to provide an original copy of your birth certificate.
birth control noun
prevention of the conception of children control de natalidad education about birth control.
birthday noun
the anniversary of the day on which a person was born cumpleaños Today is his birthday (also adjective) a birthday party.
birthmark noun
a permanent mark on the skin at or from birth marca de nacimiento She has a red birthmark on her face.
birthplace noun
the place where a person etc was born lugar de nacimiento Stratford-upon-Avon is famous for being Shakespeare’s birthplace.
birthrate noun
the number of births per head of population over a given period tasa de natalidad The birthrate is declining in Europe.
give birth (to)
(of a mother) to produce (a baby) from the womb dar a luz, parir; dar lugar a, ser el origen de She has given birth to two sets of twins.
(Definition of birth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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