Spanish translation of 'intestine'
Example Sentences Including 'intestine'
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Apparently up to 10lb of waste can get lodged in the lower intestine.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
His doctors say he will die within weeks if an organ donor is not found to give him a liver and intestine.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It was often preserved in a jar, as were other organs including the lungs, liver and intestines.The Sun (2010)
Smile all the way down through your large and small intestines, out of your bottom.The Sun (2010)
The small intestine Around six metres in length.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
They removed part of my colon and snipped away all the disease from my small intestine in a three-hour operation.The Sun (2014)
You slice it between its back legs up to the rib cage, reach in up to your armpits and pull out the stomach and intestines.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The condition, which hits the large intestine, can also affect the immune system and lead to loss of weight.The Sun (2011)
First it bites the top of your head off, then it rips out your lower intestine with its hind claws.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
My stomach, intestines and liver were tested and also my skin elasticity.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Copper is absorbed in the stomach and upper intestine.The Medicine Chest - your family&apos;s guide to prescription drugs (1988)
Gas in the stomach or intestine.The Dictionary of Nutritional Health (1986)
There may be some hunger and rumbles from your stomach and intestines.The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)
This vitamin is quickly absorbed in the upper and lower intestine, and can only be stored in very small amounts in the body.The Medicine Chest - your family&apos;s guide to prescription drugs (1988)
Conversely, bottling things up increases risk of heart problems and ulcers in the stomach or small intestine.The Sun (2008)
His long-awaited liver and intestine transplant went ahead in April but his body rejected the organs.The Sun (2009)
In April he had radical surgery in which his small and large intestines were removed and blood vessels were reconstructed.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
In April, has emergency surgery on large intestine.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
She was only given a 25 per cent chance of survival when her bladder, intestine and liver were found outside her body.The Sun (2013)
That's when I found out how long the human intestine can stretch.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The immune system attacks, damaging the small intestine lining.The Sun (2014)
The twins shared an intestine, one large liver and a single sac around their hearts, and both nearly died from excessive bleeding during the operation.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
They found labs were measuring them only in the small intestine, which deals with liquids.The Sun (2014)
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'intestine' in Other Languages
British English: intestine NOUN
Your intestines are the tubes in your body through which food passes when it has left your stomach.
This area is always tender to the touch if the intestines are not functioning properly.
Translation of intestine from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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