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American English: /bərθ/
British English: /bəːθ/

Translation of birth in Spanish:


uncountable and countable
  • (childbirth) parto (masculine)
    after the birth of her second child
    después del nacimiento de su segundo hijo
    a difficult birth
    un parto difícil
    at birth
    al nacer
    he's Irish by birth
    es irlandés de nacimiento
    she's been deaf from birth date of birth
    fecha (feminine) de nacimiento
    the country of her birth
    su país de origen
    to be of humble/noble birth [literary]
    ser de humilde cuna/de noble linaje [literary]
    to give birth she gave birth to a beautiful girl
    dio a luz a una hermosa niña
    to give birth to something
    dar origen a algo
    Example sentences
    • For mothers planning natural births, the next few hours are likely to be suspenseful.
    • In a pride, mothers will synchronise the births of their cubs so they can form a crèche and share the workload.
    • All of her four births were difficult, with pre- and post-birth bed-rest necessary.
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