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Spanish Word: insomnio

English Translation: insomnia, sleeplessness




Translated sentences containing 'insomnio'
Yo estoy diciendo al geriatra que mi abuelo tiene insomnio.
I am telling the geriatrician about my grandfather’s insomnia.
El está durmiendo poco por el insomnio.
He is hardly sleeping because of insomnia.
Pero este gran éxito del enfoque de la fiebre aftosa vuelve a causar a muchos granjeros del continente europeo noches de insomnio.
But the great success of the tackling of foot-and-mouth disease by the British government is causing many farmers in continental Europe sleepless nights once again.
Porque, al final, lo que vamos a tener, en vez de espíritu, son fantasmas y noches de insomnio, porque lo que ocurre es que no se cumplen los compromisos.
Instead of spirit, we are going to end up with ghosts and sleepless nights because, in reality, commitments are not being fulfilled.
Una gran parte del contenido de Internet, de los videojuegos y de los juegos de ordenador es violento, brutal y erótico, y también puede crear dependencia, insomnio, agitación y desórdenes alimenticios.
The Internet, games consoles and computer games contain a great deal of violent, brutal and erotic content, and can also cause dependency, insomnia, agitation and eating disorders.
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  matanza - killing, massacre, slaughter
  veraneante - vacationer
  no nacido - unborn
  dictado - dictation
  frontera - border, boundary, frontier
  psique - psyche
  precipitacion - haste, hurry, rashness, scurries
  boina - beret
  cleptómano - kleptomaniac
  admisión - admission, intake, inlet
  introspección - introspection
  dínamo - dynamo
  emolumento - emolument
  injusticia - unrighteousness, wrongfulness
  calicó - calico
  extranjeros - foreign languages
  conciso - concise
  lentitud - slowness
  difamación - defamation
  farmacología - pharmacology





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