noun aborto
abortion n aborto
1 (of pregnancy) aborto
2 (of missión etc) interrupción nombre femenino
to have an abortion abortar
abortion [ə'bɔrʃən] n
: aborto m
abortamiento s.m.
aborto s.m.
abortón s.m.
ə'bɔːrʃən, ə'bɔːʃən
count & mass noun aborto m (provocado)

to have an abortion — hacerse* un aborto, abortar

1. N
1) (Med)
a) (=termination) aborto m (provocado)

illegal abortion — aborto m ilegal

to have an abortion — hacerse un aborto, abortar (no de forma espontánea)

to perform or carry out an abortion — practicar un aborto

b) frm (also: spontaneous abortion) aborto m (espontáneo)
2) * (=failure) fracaso m , malogro m

abortion clinic N — clínica f donde se practican abortos

abortion law N — ley f del aborto

abortion pill N — píldora f abortiva

* * *
[ə'bɔːrʃən, ə'bɔːʃən]
count & mass noun aborto m (provocado)

to have an abortion — hacerse* un aborto, abortar

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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