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preemie also: premie
American English: /ˈprimi/
British English: /ˈpriːmi/

Translation of preemie in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English) [colloquial]
    bebé (masculine) prematuro
    Example sentences
    • Another very common problem affecting preemies is immature lungs.
    • They acknowledged the life-saving potential of medical devices to support preemies and other ill newborns through life-and-death situations.
    • The infection destroys the intestine or a part of the bowel and kills a quarter of preemies born with it.

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