Translation of strangulate in Spanish:

strangulate

Pronunciation: /ˈstræŋgjəleɪt; ˈstræŋgjʊleɪt/

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [vein/intestine] estrangular strangulated hernia hernia (feminine) estrangulada
    More example sentences
    • Amniotic bands that connected a hypocoiled cord to the fetal neck and strangulated the neck were seen in one case.
    • Acutely strangulated haemorrhoids occur as a result of thrombus formation resulting in gross swelling, irreducible prolapse, and severe pain.
    • Pain is not common but can occur when the pile is strangulated or clotted.

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