English translation of 'hernie'
Example Sentences Including 'hernie'
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C'est lui qui, le 14 janvier, avait opéré Louis Cittadino d'une hernie.Le Monde (2000)
Il devait, d'ici quelques jours, consulter un médecin pour une hernie.Le Monde (1998)
L'ex-dictateur, convalescent de l'opération d'une hernie discale, a été tiré de son sommeil par la police et averti de sa détention.Le Monde (1998)
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'hernie' in Other Languages
British English: hernia /ˈhɜːnɪə/ NOUN
A hernia is a medical condition in which one of your internal organs sticks through a weak point in the surrounding tissue.
- American English: hernia
- Arabic: فَتْق
- Brazilian Portuguese: hérnia
- Chinese: 疝
- Croatian: bruh
- Czech: kýla
- Danish: brok
- Dutch: hernia
- European Spanish: hernia
- Finnish: tyrä
- French: hernie
- German: Hernie
- Greek: κήλη
- Italian: ernia
- Japanese: ヘルニア
- Korean: 헤르니아
- Norwegian: brokk
- Polish: przepuklina
- European Portuguese: hérnia
- Romanian: hernie
- Russian: грыжа
- Spanish: hernia
- Swedish: bråck
- Thai: โรคไส้เลื่อน
- Turkish: fıtık
- Ukrainian: грижа
- Vietnamese: chứng sa ruột
British English: rupture NOUN
A rupture is a severe injury in which an internal part of your body tears or bursts open, especially the part between the bowels and the abdomen.
The abdominal infection was caused by a rupture of his stomach.
Translation of hernie from the Collins French to English
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