Definition of 'ultrasound'
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The couple announced the news on a homemade internet video which includes footage of her ultrasound scan. The Sun (2013)The scanner makes an ultrasound image using a probe placed where the skull is thinnest. The Sun (2016)It was her mum who convinced her to get them checked by ultrasound scan. The Sun (2012)Her acidic tirade against a hapless ultrasound technician is one of the funniest moments of the film. Times, Sunday Times (2008)An ultrasound scan was given to detect how many follicles are present in the ovaries. The Sun (2014)An ultrasound scan can easily confirm this. The Sun (2010)The defect can be detected in the womb by means of X-ray or ultrasound. Caring for your Unborn Child (1990)When she returned she found that ultrasound images, surrogacy files and tax information had gone missing. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Viewed on an ultrasound scan, the ovaries look oversized and lumpy. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It's confirmed by ultrasound scans and blood tests. The Sun (2008)Day 4 of the injections meant my first ultrasound scan to see how my garden was growing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Others were massaged with the ultrasound machine while it was turned off, while another group received no treatment at all. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect (2003)As there are currently no reliable screening methods for ovarian cancer, regular blood tests and ultrasound scans can be offered. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He arranged an ultrasound scan. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Perhaps this isn't surprising: theirs was the first generation to grow up with ultrasound images taped to the fridge. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Staff then used an ultrasound machine, which had to be reset twice before it worked, to try to detect a heartbeat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Also, much more energy is required to broadcast ultrasound than frequencies in human hearing range, so the cost of running a device can mount up. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In fact, when the ultrasound machine was turned up high, it was actually reported as giving less pain relief than when it was switched off. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect (2003)
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Translations for 'ultrasound'
British English: ultrasound /ˈʌltrəˌsaʊnd/ NOUN
Ultrasound refers to sound waves which travel at such a high frequency that they cannot be heard by humans.
- American English: ultrasound
- Arabic: مَوْجاتٌ فَوْقَ صَوْتِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ultra-som
- Chinese: 超频率音响
- Croatian: ultrazvuk
- Czech: ultrazvuk
- Danish: ultralyd
- Dutch: ultrasone klank
- European Spanish: ultrasonido
- Finnish: ultraääni
- French: échographie
- German: Ultraschall
- Greek: υπέρηχος
- Italian: ecografia
- Japanese: 超音波
- Korean: 초음파
- Norwegian: ultralyd
- Polish: ultradźwięk
- European Portuguese: ultra-som
- Romanian: ultrasunet
- Russian: ультразвук
- Spanish: ecografía
- Swedish: ultraljud
- Thai: คลื่นเสียงที่มีความถี่สูง
- Turkish: ultrason
- Ukrainian: ультразвук
- Vietnamese: sóng siêu âm
Definition of ultrasound from the Collins English Dictionary
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