German translation of 'general anaesthetic'
general anaestheticor general anesthetic
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Example Sentences Including 'general anaesthetic'
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The internal parts of the implant are inserted under general anaesthetic.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They had to be under a general anaesthetic, due to the pain.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He had at least nine unnecessary procedures under general anaesthetic and was in constant pain from the surgical interventions and tubes.The Sun (2010)
She was placed under general anaesthetic at the scene before being taken to hospital for facial surgery.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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'general anaesthetic' in Other Languages
British English: general anaesthetic /ˈdʒɛnərəl ˌænɪsˈθɛtɪk/ NOUN
A general anaesthetic is a substance that doctors use to stop you feeling pain during an operation. It causes you to lose consciousness.
- American English: general anesthetic
- Arabic: تَخْديرٌ عَامّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: anestesia geral
- Chinese: 全身麻醉
- Croatian: opća anestezija
- Czech: celková anestezie
- Danish: totalbedøvelse
- Dutch: narcose
- European Spanish: anestesia general
- Finnish: nukutus
- French: anesthésie générale
- German: Vollnarkose
- Greek: γενική αναισθησία
- Italian: anestesia totale
- Japanese: 全身麻酔
- Korean: 전신 마취
- Norwegian: narkose
- Polish: znieczulenie ogólne
- European Portuguese: anestesia geral
- Romanian: anestezic general
- Russian: средство для общего обезболивания
- Spanish: anestesia general
- Swedish: narkos
- Thai: การวางยาสลบ
- Turkish: genel anestezi
- Ukrainian: загальна анестезія
- Vietnamese: gây mê toàn thể
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