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appendix
American English: /əˈpɛndɪks/
British English: /əˈpɛndɪks/

Translation of appendix in Spanish:

noun plural -dixes or -dices

  • 1.1 (Anatomy) she had her appendix removed
    la operaron del apéndice or de apendicitis
    le extirparon el apéndice
    Example sentences
    • The inside of the appendix forms a cul-de-sac that usually opens into the large intestine.
    • This is a rare tumour that usually affects the appendix or the small intestine.
    • The myenteric plexus of appendices in children older than 3 years had thinner nerve branches and smaller ganglia than the colon specimens of the same age.
    1.2 (in book)
    Example sentences
    • His recipe for this amalgam is included as an appendix to the present book.
    • The book contains appropriate appendixes, which document the evolutionary improvement of tank formations, and excellent photographs, and maps that adequately depict the war.
    • In an appendix to Volume 2, the author addresses the question of how people were saved in Old Testament times before the coming of Christ.

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