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English translation of '移植'

移植

(yízhí)

  1. transplant

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'移植' in Other Languages

British English: transplant /ˈtrænsˌplɑːnt/ NOUN
A transplant is a surgical operation in which a part of a person's body is replaced because it is diseased.
...a heart transplant.
  • American English: transplant
  • Arabic: زَرْعُ الَأعْضَاء
  • Brazilian Portuguese: transplante
  • Chinese: 移植
  • Croatian: presađivanje
  • Czech: transplantace
  • Danish: transplantation
  • Dutch: transplantatie
  • European Spanish: trasplante
  • Finnish: elinsiirto
  • French: greffe
  • German: Transplantation
  • Greek: μεταμόσχευση
  • Italian: trapianto
  • Japanese: 移植
  • Korean: 이식
  • Norwegian: transplantasjon
  • Polish: przeszczep
  • European Portuguese: transplante
  • Romanian: transplant
  • Russian: пересадка органа или ткани
  • Spanish: trasplante
  • Swedish: transplantation
  • Thai: การปลูกถ่ายอวัยวะ
  • Turkish: transplantasyon doku/organ
  • Ukrainian: трансплантат
  • Vietnamese: sự cấy ghép
British English: transplant VERB
If doctors transplant an organ such as a heart or a kidney, they use it to replace a patient's diseased organ.
The operation to transplant a kidney is now fairly routine.

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