Faeces in spanish

Excrementos

pronunciation: ekskɹ̩ementoʊs part of speech: noun
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faeces [feces, -USA] = heces, excremento. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que contienen esta secuencia de vocales en inglés británico y que se reduce a -e- en inglés americano]

Example: The section on hygiene gives particular attention to methods caregivers can use to deal with blood, saliva, tears, bites, faeces, urine, vomit, and the ritual by which children become blood brothers or sisters.

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» chicken faeces = excremento de gallina, gallinaza, estiércol de gallina.

Example: This feed additive is nothing more than chicken feces, feathers and uneaten chicken feed collected from the floor of crowded chicken cages.

» faeces sample = muestra de heces.

Example: A fresh urine sample and a faeces sample, protected from light, should be sent to the laboratory for screening.

feces [faeces, -UK] = heces, excremento. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que contienen esta secuencia de vocales en inglés británico y que se reduce a -e- en inglés americano]

Example: The section on hygiene gives particular attention to methods caregivers can use to deal with blood, saliva, tears, bites, faeces, urine, vomit, and the ritual by which children become blood brothers or sisters.

more:

» chicken faeces = excremento de gallina, gallinaza, estiércol de gallina.

Example: This feed additive is nothing more than chicken feces, feathers and uneaten chicken feed collected from the floor of crowded chicken cages.
Faeces synonyms:
stool in spanish: taburete, pronunciation: stul part of speech: noun feces in spanish: heces, pronunciation: fisiz part of speech: noun ordure in spanish: excrementos, pronunciation: ɔrdjɜr part of speech: noun dejection in spanish: abatimiento, pronunciation: dɪdʒekʃən part of speech: noun bm in spanish: bm, pronunciation: bm part of speech: noun fecal matter in spanish: materia fecal, pronunciation: fikəlmætɜr part of speech: noun faecal matter in spanish: materia fecal, pronunciation: feɪkəlmætɜr part of speech: noun
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