There are 2 translations of slough in Spanish:

slough1

n

  • 1 /sluː; slaʊ/ [literary/literario] 1.1 (swamp) cenagal (masculine)
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    • The main landscape feature is endless peat bog, surrounded by marsh, leading into morasses, sloughs and quagmires.
    • Crappie and maybe a few largemouth bass had been the alleged focus of this June morning fishing a swamp slough in southeast Texas.
    • Creeks, sloughs, bayous, and swamps, including a large cypress swamp at the base of Crowley's Ridge, ran around the town.
    1.2 (state of despair) the slough of despond el abismo de la desesperación
  • 2 /slʌf/ 2.1 (of snake) [Zoology/Zoología] piel (f), camisa (f) it is an attempt to cast off the slough of the old order [literary/literario] es un intento de abandonar las viejas prácticas 2.2 (dead tissue) escara (feminine)
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    • Papain/urea debriding ointment is indicated for the debridement of necrotic tissue and liquefaction of slough in acute and chronic lesions.
    • When using a nonselcctive enzyme, limit its application to the necrotic or slough tissue and avoid applying it to viable tissue, such as the surrounding wound area.
    • Necrotic tissue, in the form of yellow slough, filled 10% to 20% of all 3 wound beds.

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There are 2 translations of slough in Spanish:

slough2

vt

/slʌf/
  • [Zoology/Zoología] [skin] mudar de
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    • But, as the play moves back in time, she beautifully sheds guilt and stress like a snake sloughing its skin.
    • Eventually the tissue is sloughed at the tentacle tips.
    • So what we're doing is collecting sloughed skin.

Phrasal verbs

slough off

verb + adverb + object/verbo + adverbio + complemento
1.1 [Zoology/Zoología] [skin] mudar de 1.2 [responsibility] librarse de; [characteristic] deshacerse* de to slough off a habit abandonar una costumbre

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