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Translation of "unborn" - English-Spanish dictionary

unborn

adjective   /ʌnˈbɔːn/
not yet born; in the mother’s womb antes de nacer the protection of the unborn child462
(Definition of unborn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

unborn

adjective /anˈboːn/
(of a baby) still in the mother’s womb nonato, no nacido aún When she was involved in a car accident, the doctor was worried in case her unborn baby had been injured.
(Definition of unborn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “unborn”
in Vietnamese chưa sinh ra…
in Malaysian belum lahir…
in Thai ที่ยังไม่เกิด…
in French à naître…
in German ungeboren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 未出生的…
in Turkish doğmamış, henüz dünyaya gözlerini açmamış…
in Russian (еще) не рожденный…
in Indonesian belum dilahirkan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 未出生的…
in Polish nienarodzony…
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