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colonic
American English: /kəˈlɑnɪk/
British English: /kəˈlɒnɪk/

Translation of colonic in Spanish:

noun

  • lavado (masculine) del colon
    Example sentences
    • From herbal injections to colonics, our ‘bod squad’ finds out what the stars do to stay sexy.
    • Dr. Haas suggests that enemas, colonics and cleansing diets with fiber supplements, under the guidance of a professional, can all be used to cleanse the colon.
    • Although Pressman says colonic irrigation is an acceptable way to relieve occasional constipation, he warns that frequent colonics can foster a dependency and traumatize or strip the lining of the large intestine.

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