Spanish translation of 'prolonged'
- [absence, silence, period, struggle, exposure]
⇒ prolonged use of the drug may lead to liver damage
un prolongado uso del medicamento puede ocasionar una lesión hepática
⇒ there was prolonged applause
el público aplaudió durante varios minutos
Example Sentences Including 'prolonged'
It was a merciful measure designed to protect a culprit from indefinitely prolonged fear of arrest.The Complete Stories Volume 2
I needed sucrose for a burst of energy and protein to feed the muscles for a prolonged effort.Skorpion's Death
And if that was not enough for fame, there was also his prolonged vigour to marvel at.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
Trends of 'prolonged'
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- [visit, life, war, recession]
idiom:to prolong the agony
⇒ this is just prolonging the agony
esto es solo prolongar la agonía
Example Sentences Including 'prolong'
He wanted to prolong the investigation -- it wasn't a fuel fire, it wasn't pilot error, it wasn't electrics failure.The Last Raven
He slowly added the old oil on the theory that a transfusion, even a small one, would prolong the patient's life.Cormorant
The skill to ease pain, and prolong life: every civilization has prized that above all else.Night Sisters
'prolonged' in Other Languages
Translation of prolonged from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary