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Translation of "midwife" - English-Spanish dictionary

midwife

noun   /ˈmɪd·waɪf/ ( plural midwives /ˈmɪd·waɪvz/)
a nurse who has had special training to help women give birth matrón, -ona
(Definition of midwife from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

midwife

noun /ˈmidwaif/ ( plural midwives /-waivz/)
a person (usually a trained nurse) who helps at the birth of children. comadrona, partera, matrona
midwifery /midˈwi-, (American) ˈmidwai-/ noun
obstetricia
(Definition of midwife from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “midwife”
in Korean 산파…
in Arabic قابِلة…
in Malaysian bidan…
in French sage-femme…
in Russian акушерка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 助產士,接生員, 產婆…
in Italian ostetrica, levatrice…
in Turkish doğum hemşiresi, ebe…
in Polish położna…
in Vietnamese bà đỡ…
in Portuguese parteira…
in Thai นางพยาบาลผดุงครรภ์…
in German die Hebamme…
in Catalan llevador, -a…
in Japanese 助産婦…
in Chinese (Simplified) 助产士,接生员, 产婆…
in Indonesian bidan…
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