Translation of birth in Spanish:


nacimiento, n.

Pronunciation /bərθ/ /bəːθ/


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    nacimiento masculine
    (childbirth) parto masculine
    after the birth of her second child después del nacimiento de su segundo hijo
    • a difficult birth un parto difícil
    • at birth al nacer
    • he's Irish by birth es irlandés de nacimiento
    • she's been deaf from birth es sorda de nacimiento
    • date of birth fecha de nacimiento
    • the country of her birth su país de origen
    • to be of humble/noble birth ser de humilde cuna/de noble linaje
    • For mothers planning natural births, the next few hours are likely to be suspenseful.
    • In a pride, mothers will synchronise the births of their cubs so they can form a crèche and share the workload.
    • All of her four births were difficult, with pre- and post-birth bed-rest necessary.
    • When faced with such increases in medical intervention, more expectant mothers are requesting home births.
    • They had all been difficult births, and by assisting she had learned far more than she wanted to know.
    • The daughter had lived with her single mother from birth.
    • There are several physiological changes that occur in the digestive tract of the young pig from birth to eight weeks of age.
    • The young feed themselves from birth normally by pecking.
    • This is mainly due to the number of multiple births and the age of the mother - IVF mothers are usually older.
    • Second, both doctors and mothers appear to be using C-sections to better time births.
    • The Jacob cycle is a life cycle, from birth to death, from exile to return.
    • The babies arrived two weeks early and their biological mother remained at her side to witness the births.
    • Like other animals, they pass through a life cycle from birth to maturity to death.
    • Most births occurred at home, assisted by traditional birth attendants, relatives, and neighbours.
    • Yang places a high importance on using stem cells from birth, rather than those collected from adults because of vitality.
    • It is widely believed that Caesarean births are not good for the recovery of the mother and the growth of the baby.
    • It's a fantastic service and is there to support mothers before and after labour and is not just about births.
    • Psychologists who deal with phobias usually trace them to incidents in very young childhood - from birth to about five.
    • Both are even apparent in children who have been blind and deaf from birth, who differentiate strangers from familiars by their smell.
    • These numbers are of course the final two digits in the years that mark the births and deaths of Hitler and Stalin, respectively.