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bioethics
American English: /ˌbaɪoʊˈɛθɪks/
British English: /bʌɪəʊˈɛθɪks/

Translation of bioethics in Spanish:

noun

  • (+ singular verb)
    Example sentences
    • Later programs will deal with population and social change, with medical research and bioethics, with art and culture, and with our history.
    • Members of this group have expertise in clinical medicine, research, journalism, bioethics, law, or medical editing.
    • This has led to productive dialogue between (for example) medical sociology, bioethics, and the medical humanities.

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