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mouth-to-mouth
Pronunciación: /ˌmaʊθtəˈmaʊθ/

Traducción de mouth-to-mouth en español:

adjective

  • (before noun)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • In a recent meeting, medical directors of emergency medical services agreed that attempting to talk 911 callers through mouth-to-mouth procedures wasted valuable time.
    • I tried anything to get her to wake, but she wouldn't open her eyes; the only way left was to do the mouth-to-mouth procedure.
    • However, if you're not trained in emergency procedures, doctors recommend skipping mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing and proceeding directly to chest compression.

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