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|English to Spanish translations [PRO]|
Medical - Medical: Health Care
|English term or phrase: Chirothots|
“There you go, your Power’s on full blast again!” Andy got up off the table slowly because of his back pain. He looked at me and asked the following question, “Hey Doc, I have a tube of lotion at home called ‘Biofreeze’ I got from a different chiropractor years ago. Would it be a good idea to use that on the muscle spasms in my back?”
“What’s it called?” I asked him. “Biofreeze,” he repeated. “Well, “I answered, “Let’s see… Do you know what the prefix BIO means, Andy?” He looked at me and answered, “Life?” “That’s right! Now, what does the word FREEZE mean?” “Ummmm…cold?” Andy responded, not sure where I was going with this. “Well, actually it means STOP – you see, when something freezes, the movement of its molecules significantly slows down or even stops.” “OK,” he said, still bewildered.
Flavio is right. There is no word for that in SP. Maybe we can say Quiroideas o Quiropensamientos, por extensión.
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