Traducción de breastfeed en Español:


darle el pecho a, v.

Pronunciación /ˈbrɛs(t)ˌfid/ /ˈbrɛs(t)fiːd/

verbo transitivo breastfed, breastfed

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    darle el pecho a
    darle de mamar a
    a breastfed baby un niño amamantado
    • Before and after work, and during the night, a working mother can breastfeed her baby.
    • JW reminded himself that in many countries, women breastfeed their children for several years.
    • Although Lisa breastfeeds the baby, they have developed a shared process.
    • The more people see mothers breastfeeding their babies, the more normal it will become in our society.
    • Most later examples show Mary breastfeeding a wide-eyed child.
    • I couldn't stand it and had to ask her how she could possibly breastfeed this way.
    • Those who breastfeed their babies may pass on harmful chemicals through breast milk.
    • They wrapped him in a warm blanket, cradled him gently, even let the mother breastfeed him for a while.
    • They also checked for PCBs in the breast milk of the mothers who breastfed their babies - about half of the cohort.
    • A mother usually can continue to breastfeed her baby if the baby develops jaundice.
    • A woman who is breastfeeding her baby can safely be vaccinated.
    • Try to breastfeed your baby within the first hour after birth if possible.
    • Out of necessity, one woman in the corner awkwardly attempts to breastfeed her child.
    • Don't breastfeed a toddler during pregnancy because the new baby needs all the nourishment it can get.
    • According to a recent study, women from rural areas are less likely to breastfeed their children.
    • In fact, in addition to breastfeeding your baby often, getting enough rest is key to building a good milk supply.
    • This plan can help you with problems that could keep you from breastfeeding your baby.
    • However, this contraceptive effect is only true if you are fully breastfeeding a baby aged less than six months.
    • I attended Lamaze classes to prepare myself for birth without medication, and I knew I would breastfeed my baby.
    • My whole life I wanted to breastfeed my babies, and have them at home.

verbo intransitivo breastfed, breastfed

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    dar el pecho
    dar de mamar