Translation of appendix in Spanish:


apéndice, n.

Pronunciation /əˈpɛndɪks/

nounplural appendixes, plural appendices

  • 1

    apéndice masculine
    she had her appendix removed la operaron del apéndice / de apendicitis
    • 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.
    • I found the appendix normal, but next to the appendix there was a caecum which had very strange, greasy patches.
    • A programme of testing several thousand pathological specimens of appendixes and tonsils was started.
  • 2

    (in book)
    apéndice masculine
    • 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.
    • Those interested in the more arcane hagiographical matters will enjoy the appendices to this readable volume.
    • These codes were set out in an appendix to the leaflet, as follows.
    • In recognition of this we include a short appendix to Chapter 3 with some of the relevant elementary mathematics.
    • Oral evidence was given by 27 witnesses whose names and employment are listed in an appendix to this decision.
    • In the appendix to the chapter he suggests the standard deviation as a measure of risk.
    • Below is an appendix to the first essay I'm working on mentioned in the previous post.
    • Six sections and six appendices comprise the 213 pages of the book.
    • It is referred to in the appendix to the report, although it is not tabled as such.
    • There are two matters which I wish to add by way of an appendix to this judgment.
    • The final section consists of seven appendices and extensive notes, an absorbing read in themselves.
    • Such lists may be long enough to be documents in their own right or published as works of reference, but most are appendices to books, articles, and dissertations.
    • A list of categories of classified information was voted as an appendix to the act.
    • It is this omission which prompts question 5 as set out in the appendix to this judgment.
    • The link between assessment and practice has been made clearer throughout the book and important documentation formerly in appendices has been placed in the text.
    • The book concludes with detailed appendices, chapter notes, and a glossary.
    • I have reviewed this subject in accordance with my findings in an appendix to a work that I propose to publish when circumstances permit.
    • Allegations against five other priests were included in an appendix to the report, published on Tuesday.