Translation of health in Spanish:

health

Pronunciation: /helθ/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (physical condition) salud (feminine) to be in good/poor health estar* bien/mal de salud he's worried about his health está preocupado por su salud on grounds of ill health por motivos de salud it's good/bad for your health es bueno/malo para la salud the government's policy on health la política sanitaria del gobierno (before noun/delante del nombre) [reasons/problems] de salud; [policy/services] sanitario, de salud pública; [inspector/regulations] de sanidad health authority (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) ) autoridad (feminine) sanitaria health education educación (feminine) sanitaria health hazard riesgo (masculine) or peligro (masculine) para la salud health worker trabajador sanitario, trabajadora sanitaria (masculine, feminine)
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    • One of the functions of day services is to maintain people in good mental health and to prevent relapse.
    • My mental health began to deteriorate and by January I was in hospital after an overdose.
    • No set qualifications are needed but applicants must be in good physical health.
    1.2 (freedom from disease) salud (feminine) to drink (to) sb's health brindar por algn, beber a la salud de algn your health! ¡salud!, ¡a tu ( or vuestra etc) salud!
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    • Take one step at a time and walk your way to health with a free, short walk led by a trained volunteer.
    • I hear that they pose health risks to the local population at this time of year.
    • Her concerns include possible health risks to children and the blight on her property.

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