Translation of emaciated in Spanish:


escuálido, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈmeɪʃiˌeɪdəd/ /ɪˈmeɪsɪeɪtɪd/


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    (person/animal) escuálido
    (body/face) consumido
    (body/face) descarnado
    • But social workers who examined the woman said that although weak and emaciated, she showed no signs of mental illness.
    • Her cheeks sunk deep inside, and she appeared thin and emaciated.
    • From her wasted and emaciated appearance, we may fairly infer, she also fell a martyr to this destructive and poisonous liquid.
    • Months later their drawn faces and emaciated bodies bear testimony to the ravages of heroin addiction.
    • The animals were starving, emaciated, had worms and lice and two were in such a bad state they were days from death.
    • But this time it was a little girl - a painfully thin little girl with huge, staring eyes and emaciated limbs and body.
    • My father was quite a skinny, emaciated man, my brother a build a stark halfway between my father and I.
    • In emaciated animals, serous atrophy occurs at these depot sites and in the bone marrow cavity.
    • I keep picturing their skinny, emaciated frames - did I guess they were addicts?
    • This makes her a far healthier role model than the emaciated models currently making their bony way down the world's catwalks.
    • Susie, as she has been named, was found in an emaciated state in a garden in Turton Road, Tottington, next to the Pets in Need animal shelter.
    • He told his driver to stop outside a broken-down shack, where an emaciated woman and two young men sat on a porch surrounded by household debris.
    • Some cattle became horrifically emaciated or developed raw wounds.
    • The millionaire bookie gladly agreed to take the neglected animal into his private sanctuary after it was found emaciated and abandoned.
    • In The Machinist he is as emaciated as a hunger striker.
    • He looked emaciated, eating only an apple and a latte each day to survive.
    • Looking at his weight to see if he's malnourished or emaciated in any way.
    • A young boy without a shirt, showing his emaciated body, propels himself across the compartment floor.
    • He narrowly escaped execution during the Second World War and had not run in six years when he headed off to Boston, an emaciated stick of a man.
    • The man was dying, emaciated and had a high fever when the first injection of their scant supply of penicillin was given.