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emaciated
American English: /əˈmeɪʃiˌeɪdəd/
British English: /ɪˈmeɪsɪeɪtɪd/

Translation of emaciated in Spanish:

adjective

  • (person/animal)
    Example sentences
    • But social workers who examined the woman said that although weak and emaciated, she showed no signs of mental illness.
    • Her cheeks sunk deep inside, and she appeared thin and emaciated.
    • From her wasted and emaciated appearance, we may fairly infer, she also fell a martyr to this destructive and poisonous liquid.

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