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22:05 May 28, 2001
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Art/Literary
term or phrase: miocardio
it was in a poem by Gloria Fuertes
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naHEART
dany2303
namyocardium
Davorka Grgic
namyocardiummjnmc


  

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3 hrs
myocardium


Explanation:
the muscular substance of the heart. If the context is not technical, and Gloria Fuertes is obviously not, it can probabbly be translated just as heart. A bit more context would have helped.


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mjnmc
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3 hrs
myocardium


Explanation:

..heart muscle.

Es un término medico.

HTH


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Davorka Grgic
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4 hrs
HEART


Explanation:
I agree with the first translator using the word HEART, as it is a poem and the word Myocardium is a scientific term.

The poem will sound rather strange if you replace the word by "myocardium".

Another thing, as the myocardium is the main muscle of the heart, in this case should be a kind of synonim (perhaps to rhyme???)

Good luck!


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