Translation of gravid in Spanish:


grávido, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɡrævəd/ /ˈɡravɪd/


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    • His timing was bad: the Warwick agreement, gravid with promise, had just been signed.
    • One word can be so gravid with meaning that it could ignite the outrage of citizens, the deployment of troops, the legal obligation of action.
    • Music seems gravid with meaning. We talk not solely of a person's enjoying music but of his understanding or misunderstanding it.
    • We could say that the interpretation, gravid with significance, has an essentially poetic form.
    • And that is what this gentle, loving book does; the text is stripped of verbiage but gravid with sentiment, and the small, spare drawings are framed and static.
    • This was a large-scale, anatomical publication filled with high-quality engravings of the gravid, or pregnant, uterus.
    • In addition to concerns about the difficulty of making a prompt and accurate diagnosis, the displacement of the appendix by the gravid uterus has resulted in controversy about the optimal site of abdominal incision for appendectomy.
    • Studies have shown a similar incidence of major depressive episodes in matched gravid and nongravid women, so pregnancy appears to have neither a protective nor a detrimental effect.
    • In the third trimester the most important factor is compression of the inferior vena cava and impairment of venous return by the gravid uterus when the woman lies supine.
    • Her physical examination was remarkable only for a gravid abdomen with minimal flank tenderness and absent breath sounds over the left side of the chest.