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wart
American English: /wɔrt/
British English: /wɔːt/

Translation of wart in Spanish:

noun

  • warts and all
    con todos sus defectos or todas sus imperfecciones
    Example sentences
    • Benign skin growths include warts, moles, or corns, which are rarely serious problems.
    • The skin cells in the warts releases thousands of viruses, so close skin-to-skin contact can pass on the infection.
    • Even lesions with clinical changes often are proved to be benign tumors or warts.

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