Definición de indolent en inglés:

indolent

Saltos de línea: in¦do|lent
Pronunciación: /ˈɪnd(ə)l(ə)nt
 
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adjetivo

  • 2 Medicine (Of a disease or condition) causing little or no pain.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Prostate cancer is an indolent disease in most men.
    • In general, the prognosis is favorable and the disease is indolent, with a reported survival rate of 78% at 5 years.
    • Classically, prior to HIV or in the absence of severe immuno suppression, it is a fairly indolent skin disease.
  • 2.1(Especially of an ulcer) slow to develop, progress, or heal; persistent.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Deep indolent ulcers also require local wound care and antibiotics.
    • Most patients are alive at last follow-up, suggesting that the lymphoma is indolent and has a slowly progressive clinical course and a favorable outcome.
    • The lesion typically has a very indolent course, which may span decades.

Derivativos

indolently

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I indolently let others decide what I will do instead of resolutely deciding myself.
  • She indolently sat up, goose bumps forming up and down her bare arms from the chilliness usually associated with dawn, and looked at the alarm clock beside her bed.
  • Of course it wasn't like Markus was being subtle, the way he was indolently wafting along, looking like he'd just been crowned Emperor of the Universe.

Origen

mid 17th century: from late Latin indolent-, from in- 'not' + dolere 'suffer or give pain'. The sense 'idle' arose in the early 18th century.

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