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pro-life
American English: /proʊˈlaɪf/

Translation of pro-life in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • During the 1980s a militant wing of the pro-life movement had attempted to close clinics by direct action.
    • If pro-life activists get their way and abortion is once again made illegal, my life along with many others could be ruined.
    • Their opposition to a pro-life referendum in the Republic displays this.

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