Translation of syringe in Spanish:


jeringa, n.

Pronunciation /səˈrɪndʒ/ /ˈsɪrɪndʒ/ /sɪˈrɪn(d)ʒ/ /ˈsɪrɪn(d)ʒ/

Definition of jeringa in Spanish


  • 1

    jeringa feminine
    jeringuilla feminine
    • Injections were given using glass syringes with reusable steel needles.
    • This is performed under general or spinal anaesthetic and some marrow is removed from your own or a donor's hip bone using a syringe and needle.
    • Some countries may be suspicious of syringes and needles carried by a traveler.
    • If your child is under 6 months old, you may need to clear his or her nose with a bulb syringe.
    • A blood sample may be taken either by using a needle and a syringe, or by using a finger prick.
    • Hooligans high on drugs also kicked down the doors of external store rooms, where used hypodermic syringes were found.
    • If you require multiple dose syringes, several brands of disposable sterile automatic vaccine syringes are available.
    • She pulls out a hypodermic syringe with a light brown liquid in it.
    • Injections were given using glass syringes with reusable steel needles.
    • The coach sent a used syringe containing some of the substance which was claimed to be the steroid.
    • Officers found a used syringe concealed in another man's sock.
    • Then the doctor approached with an enormous glass syringe in one hand.
    • An empty syringe lay at her feet where Brian had dropped it when Tom attacked him.
    • In nearby shadows sat two boys surrounded by discarded syringes.
    • The project was conducted in an environment that permitted the possession of syringes without a prescription.
    • California, meanwhile, is one just five states to ban the sale of syringes without a prescription.
    • Introduce a syringe with no needle and perform the usual steps that accompany the process.
    • You can buy a medication syringe at your pharmacy.
    • In a flash, Vincent had produced a syringe from an inside pocket of his coat.
    • Charles rushes to his daughter's bedroom and expertly jabs her with the insulin syringe.
  • 2British

    manga feminine
  • 3British

    (in gardening)
    pulverizador masculine

transitive verb

  • 1

    (ear/sinuses) hacer un lavado de
    • Impacted cerumen (ear wax) causes problems for some 2.3 million people in the UK, leading to about four million ears being syringed each year.
    • The most common clinical practice is ear syringing, which is limited by patient tolerance and complications.
    • He and his colleagues studied the effect of ear syringing on hearing.
    • The hum's absence is maybe even more powerful than its presence - things sound different, brighter, more vivid, not unlike after your ears have been syringed.
    • My second patient had wax in his ears so I went to the basin to get some warm water to syringe them only to find that there was one tap.
    • I've experienced waxing-up problems in my ears for many, many years and find it necessary to have them syringed and cleaned at regular intervals.
    • The snooty receptionist says, ‘I'm sorry, but there's absolutely no way we can arrange an ear syringing today.’
    • Only today, the practice nurse at my local GPs could not make me a convenient appointment to get my ears syringed, so she suggested I use the walk-in centre.
    • Oh, I don't know, maybe I just need to get my ears syringed.
    • If the trouble doesn't clear up in another four days I shall have to go and get the ear syringed, I know that.
    • If you're up to it, you can have your ears syringed with water to flush them out.
    • Coincidentally enough, I had mine syringed a couple of weeks ago.
    • The best thing to do is get to the doctor who may remove the wax by syringing, or suggest special wax-softening ear drops.
    • If you have bad ear wax, have it syringed only after you've put warmed olive oil in your ears at night for a week.
    • Last time I was in that building with a cold I was threatened with having my nostrils syringed so I'd sound fine on air.
    • I must have misheard - I'll have to have the ears syringed again!
  • 2British

    (in gardening)
    • Reduced mowing frequency, light frequent syringing, and bi-weekly applications of starter fertilizer will all enhance seed establishment.
    • It has held up well in the heat and we have not had to send guys around syringing.
    • Watering is still limited to the hours of 5 p.m. and 10 a.m., but hand watering and syringing is allowed during the day.