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Fathers get a new right to unpaid leave to attend up to two antenatal appointments. Times, Sunday Times (2013)An antenatal course in a small group over one weekend is just the ticket. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Their infections are often detected in antenatal clinics. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Different areas call their antenatal groups by different names. The Sun (2012)Think about joining an antenatal group. The Sun (2012)In practice this will mean that as soon as a woman knows she is pregnant she will be involved in antenatal care. Alternative Health Care for Children (1989)If her antenatal checks are normal, all should be fine. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Continued from page 1 have time off for antenatal appointments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At present, few women tell antenatal clinics if they conceived naturally or artificially. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Two years ago we were looking for ideas for antenatal care that would give women more choice and improve access to midwifery services. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If pregnant, they get no antenatal care and then no nursery or school. The Sun (2007)Trusts will have to offer all women a carbon monoxide test at their antenatal booking appointment and smokers will be referred to smoking cessation clinics. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As well as urging fathers to stay overnight, the guidance will urge men to attend antenatal appointments and scans. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She says: 'I had my own midwife for antenatal visits and choice of hospital to give birth at. The Sun (2013)Meanwhile, at least one joint antenatal appointment will be offered to mums and dads, or another relative. The Sun (2009)If you have a nurse at work, ask her about them, or the staff at your antenatal clinic. Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well (1989)
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Translations for 'antenatal'
British English: antenatal /ˌæntɪˈneɪtl/ ADJECTIVE
Antenatal means relating to the medical care of women when they are expecting a baby.
- American English: prenatal
- Arabic: نِسْبَةً إِلى ما قَبْل الوِلادَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pré-natal
- Chinese: 出生前的
- Croatian: antenatalan
- Czech: předporodní
- Danish: før fødsels-
- Dutch: prenataal
- European Spanish: prenatal
- Finnish: raskaudenaikainen
- French: prénatal
- German: pränatal
- Greek: προγεννητικός
- Italian: prenatale
- Japanese: 出産前の
- Korean: 출생 전의
- Norwegian: under svangerskapet
- Polish: przedporodowy
- European Portuguese: pré-natal
- Romanian: prenatal
- Russian: дородовый
- Spanish: prenatal
- Swedish: före födelsen
- Thai: ก่อนคลอด
- Turkish: doğum öncesi
- Ukrainian: допологовий
- Vietnamese: tiền sản
Definition of antenatal from the Collins English Dictionary
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