Definition of 'womb'
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It's thought to be due to a lack of space in the womb. The Sun (2017) Space within the womb is at a premium. The Sun (2010)The device is removed and healthy embryos are put back into the lining of the womb. The Sun (2016)Docs cut or block the tubes between the ovary and the womb. The Sun (2010)The first successful womb transplant may be two years away. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sometimes it helps patients to think of the lining of the womb as a lawn. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It works by improving the quality of the womb lining. The Sun (2011)And the lining of my womb is getting thicker when it should be getting thinner. The Sun (2010)It also cuts the chances of ovary and womb cancer and it makes periods lighter and less painful. The Sun (2009)It is to transplant a womb. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In many cases it is possible to lift the womb back into place and this can last for up to ten years. The Sun (2007)Total hysterectomy - the womb and cervix are removed. The Sun (2009)You know about ovary, womb and cervix cancer. The Sun (2012)The operation to transplant a womb takes six hours and new recipients have to wait a year to see if their body rejects it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cancer of the womb, cervix or ovary needs urgent treatment and in many cases hysterectomy is absolutely vital. The Sun (2007)This is only because it's slightly easier to insert a device into the womb of a woman who has given birth. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The first takes place in the womb, the second in the first three years of life and the third in adolescence. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We have to cover the new cells with a piece of tissue membrane which is taken from the lining of a woman 's womb. The Sun (2012)It's a warm, neoclassical womb. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I HAVE no doubt you could take a womb from one woman and put it in another. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'womb'
British English: womb NOUN
A woman's womb is the part inside her body where a baby grows before it is born.
...the development of the foetus in the womb.
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