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Translation of "health" - English-Spanish dictionary

health

noun /helθ/
the state of being well or ill salud He is in good/poor health.
the state of being well salud I may be getting old, but so long as I keep my health, I’ll be happy.
healthy adjective ( comparative healthier, superlative healthiest)
(generally) having good health sano I’m rarely ill – I’m really a very healthy person My bank balance is healthier now than it used to be.
causing or helping to produce good health saludable a healthy climate.
resulting from good health bueno a healthy appetite.
showing a sensible concern for one’s own well-being etc sano He shows a healthy respect for the law.
healthiness noun
salud tests to assess the healthiness of a new-born baby.
health centre noun ( health center)
a building where a group of doctors work and treat their patients. centro de salud
health food noun
food that is good for your health because it only contains natural substances. comida sana
health maintenance organization noun
(abbreviation HMO) (American) a system of health centres/centers providing medical treatment, preventive care and hospitalization to its paying members. Seguro Médico Global
health service noun
(the organization which runs) all the medical services of a country which are available to the public. servicios sanitarios
drink (to) someone’s health
to drink a toast to someone, wishing him good health. beber a la salud de alguien
(Definition of health from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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