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Translation of "cholesterol" - English-Spanish dictionary

cholesterol

noun [no plural]   /kəˈles.tər.ɒl/
a substance containing a lot of fat that is found in the body tissue and blood of all animals, thought to be part of the cause of heart disease if there is too much of it colesterol an oil that is high in polyunsaturates and low in cholesterol533
(Definition of cholesterol from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cholesterol

noun /(British ) kəˈlestəˌrol; (American) kəˈlestəˌroːl, kəˈlestəˌroul/
a chemical substance found in animal tissues and in certain foods. Too much cholesterol in the blood can cause diseases of the heart Colesterol A common cause of high blood cholesterol levels is eating too much saturated fat.
(Definition of cholesterol from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cholesterol”
in Vietnamese cholesterol…
in Malaysian kolesterol…
in Thai คอเลสเตอรอล…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胆固醇…
in Turkish kolesterol…
in Russian холестерин…
in Indonesian kolesterol…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膽固醇…
in Polish cholesterol…
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