Definición de post-mortem en inglés:

post-mortem

Saltos de línea: post-mortem
Pronunciación: /pəʊs(t)ˈmɔːtəm
 
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sustantivo

1 (also post-mortem examination) An examination of a dead body to determine the cause of death: the hospital will want to carry out a post-mortem
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He insisted that following his death his post-mortem should be performed in front of his own medical staff and published in the local weekly journal.
  • People can object, but if the coroner considers that any delay may limit the ability to determine the cause of death, then the post-mortem will go ahead.
  • The post-mortem revealed that death was due to powerful electric shock, not because of burns.
Sinónimos
1.1An analysis or discussion of an event held soon after it has occurred, especially in order to determine why it was a failure: an election post-mortem on why the party lost
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And with everyone back safely from the first run of the event, the post-mortems continue.
  • His performance quickly became the subject of ridicule in media post-mortems of the event.
  • The party will hold its post-mortem on the election and the loss of support in its traditional heartlands.
Sinónimos

adjetivo

[attributive] Volver al principio  
1Relating to a post-mortem: a post-mortem report
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The minister said the first report would deal with post-mortem issues in paediatric hospitals.
  • A post-mortem report records that she died from pulmonary barotrauma, which causes air bubbles to circulate in the arterial system.
  • A post-mortem study of the animals showed a robust growth of neurons and an increase in neurotransmitters in the spinal cords of rats that received the transplanted neuronal cells.
1.1Happening after death: post-mortem changes in his body [as adverb]: assessment of morphology in nerves taken post-mortem
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A third controversy concerns attempts to show that even if the dead cannot be harmed, the harm thesis is correct, since death, and some post-mortem events, harm the living.
  • On the other hand it is often difficult to tell whether the chemical and structural changes observed during the various types of cell death are pre- or post-mortem events.
  • Second, the tissues that have been through programmed senescence and death, instead of disappearing through post-mortem decay, persist as mummified corpses - namely as wood.

Origen

mid 18th century: from Latin, literally 'after death'.

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