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Definition of 'pregnant'

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Example sentences containing 'pregnant'

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Why do we need pregnant pauses during the results of Strictly? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I won't get pregnant until the end of the tour. The Sun (2016)A pregnant woman died recently in the emergency room of a hospital in Gothenburg. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The exception is a pregnant female out foraging for her nest, who will look healthy and strong, will be moving purposefully and should be left alone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In little over a year she was pregnant and married. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Will fertile women delaying childbirth lead to increased problems in getting pregnant for their daughters? Times, Sunday Times (2007)They moved in a few months ago and she was heavily pregnant. The Sun (2011)This definitely could make the difference between people getting pregnant or not. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The woman has been pregnant almost all her adult life. The Sun (2016)She appeared pregnant so people made room for her to rest in the shade. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She was heavily pregnant then too. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Dawn raids on pregnant female journalists. The Sun (2014)We may not have said anything, but our appearance was pregnant with meaning. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)They are thriving, with one new calf and one pregnant female. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was pregnant with their first son when he brought home his first vintage nearly 20 years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A picture released by the navy showed a heavily pregnant woman having her blood pressure taken. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Our daughter is now pregnant again and she and her husband are being well supported by their midwifery team in planning a second home birth. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Four out of ten American women will have become pregnant by the time they reach 20 years. Harris, Marvin Cultural Anthropology (1995)What vulnerable, pregnant woman with raging hormones wouldn't be tempted by a knight in a shining hoodie? The Sun (2013)If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, it may not be advisable to use this drug until it has been proven safe and effective. Brumberg, Elaine Take Care of Your Skin (1990)

Synonyms of 'pregnant'

expectant, expecting, with child, in the club
full of, rich in, fraught with, teeming with

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Translations for 'pregnant'

British English: pregnant /ˈprɛɡnənt/ ADJECTIVE
If a woman or female animal is pregnant, she has a baby or babies developing in her body.
She was pregnant with her first child.
  • American English: pregnant
  • Arabic: حُبْلَى
  • Brazilian Portuguese: grávida
  • Chinese: 怀孕的
  • Croatian: trudna
  • Czech: těhotná
  • Danish: gravid
  • Dutch: zwanger
  • European Spanish: embarazada
  • Finnish: raskaana
  • French: enceinte
  • German: schwanger
  • Greek: έγκυος
  • Italian: incinta
  • Japanese: 妊娠した
  • Korean: 임신하고 있는
  • Norwegian: gravid
  • Polish: w ciąży
  • European Portuguese: grávida
  • Romanian: gravidă
  • Russian: беременная
  • Spanish: embarazada
  • Swedish: gravid
  • Thai: ตั้งครรภ์
  • Turkish: gebe
  • Ukrainian: вагітний
  • Vietnamese: có thai

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