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spasm División en sílabas: spasm
Pronunciación: /ˈspazəm/

Definición de spasm en inglés:

sustantivo

1A sudden involuntary muscular contraction or convulsive movement.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Her body convulsed into spasms and the twitching got worse as the situation got worse.
  • It seemed he was having violent spasms and convulsing.
  • When I released her, her body convulsed with spasms of pain.
Sinónimos
contraction, convulsion, cramp;
twitch, jerk, tic, shudder, shiver, tremor
1.1A sudden and brief spell of an activity or sensation: a spasm of coughing woke him
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Most intriguing on these two brief noise spasms is lead singer Beverly's grating howl.
  • The Pritzkers can only hope that all their current troubles will be fleeting, a brief spasm rather than the beginning of a decline in their fortunes.
  • Swanson's hit-and-miss lyrics, combined with the spasms and outbursts of the moog keyboard, completed the bands' sound.
Sinónimos
fit, paroxysm, attack, burst, bout, seizure, outburst, outbreak, access
1.2Prolonged involuntary muscle contraction: the airways in the lungs go into spasm
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Heat is often used after the first 24 to 48 hours to reduce pain, relieve muscle spasm, and improve local blood flow.
  • As he twisted around to glance at the television news, his back went into spasm.
  • The disease is characterized by a gradual increase in skeletal muscle rigidity and muscle spasm.

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Origen

Late Middle English: from Old French spasme, or via Latin from Greek spasmos, spasma, from span 'pull'.

Palabras que riman con spasm

chasm

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