Admixture

Spanish translation: Entrada

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English term or phrase:Admixture
Spanish translation:Entrada
Entered by: María Cordón

11:00 Dec 5, 2003
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Medical / Prostate surgery
English term or phrase: Admixture
Admixture of atmospheric air can increase the risk of explosion and should be avoided; the air pocked in the bladder should, therefore, be kept to an absolute minimum.
María Cordón
Local time: 14:41
Entrada
Explanation:
Aunque es del campo médico y Admixture aparece en el Steadman como "a product of mixing" yo CREO que en este caso se trata de tomar precauciones: si entra aire en la vejiga, aumenta el riesgo de ruptura (explosión?) de la misma. En el diccionario oxford Admixture aparece como "Adición", pero me parece que no es el término utilizado en este contexto.
"Conectar el equipo de irrigación a la bolsa del suero y purgarlo (no es conveniente que **entre aire en la vejiga**)."

Nota: Esto es sólo una sugerencia, mi grado de seguridad no es total.
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L. Ferrero (X)
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Thaks a lot.
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2 +3Entrada
L. Ferrero (X)
5mixtura
Sergio Aguirre
5La mezcla
johnclaude
3 +1La presencia
Chapete


  

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admixture
La presencia


Explanation:
Eurodicautom lo traduce como aditivo
Por eso lo traduciría así

Chapete
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agree  fpd
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admixture
La mezcla


Explanation:
1a. The act of mixing or mingling. b. The state of being mingled or mixed. 2. Something that is produced by mixing; a mixture. 3. Something added in mixing. See synonyms at mixture.


    Reference: http://www.bartleby.com/61/41/A0094100.html
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mixtura


Explanation:
Compuesto, preparado, mezcla.



mixtura.
(Del lat. mixt?ra).
1. f. Mezcla, juntura o incorporación de varias cosas.
2. f. Pan de varias semillas.
3. f. Med. Poción compuesta de varios ingredientes.

mixture ['m?kst???] noun
mezcla f
(medicine) preparado m; compuesto m

admixture [?d'm?kst??]
noun

1
a less common word for: mixture

2
anything added in mixing; ingredient


Sergio Aguirre
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admixture
Entrada


Explanation:
Aunque es del campo médico y Admixture aparece en el Steadman como "a product of mixing" yo CREO que en este caso se trata de tomar precauciones: si entra aire en la vejiga, aumenta el riesgo de ruptura (explosión?) de la misma. En el diccionario oxford Admixture aparece como "Adición", pero me parece que no es el término utilizado en este contexto.
"Conectar el equipo de irrigación a la bolsa del suero y purgarlo (no es conveniente que **entre aire en la vejiga**)."

Nota: Esto es sólo una sugerencia, mi grado de seguridad no es total.



    Reference: http://www.opolanco.es/Apat/Boletin12/sondas.htm
L. Ferrero (X)
Local time: 19:41
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Grading comment
Thaks a lot.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Diego V (X): coincido, "entrada" y "ruptura"
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agree  csm (X)
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agree  fpd
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