Spanish Word for bowel  

English Word: bowel

Spanish Word: intestino
The Spanish Word for bowel
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Translated sentences containing 'bowel'
Have you had any change in your bowel movements/habits?
Ha tenido algún cambio en sus hábitos intestinales?
can cause frequent bowel movements
puede causar evacuaciones frecuentes
Tell me, do you have bowel movements?
Dígame usted, ¿tiene movimiento del intestino?

The main types of cancer are lung, bowel and breast cancer.
Los principales tipos de cáncer son los de pulmón, de colon y de mama.
Bowel cancer is a new area for screening, with new tests available.
El cáncer de colon es una nuevo ámbito de aplicación del cribado, y ya se dispone de nuevas pruebas.
In both 1993 and 2003, Hungary came first in the world in terms of cancer deaths, with the most common being lung, bowel and breast cancers.
Tanto en 1993 como en 2003 Hungría fue el país con el mayor número de muertes por cáncer, sobre todo cáncer de pulmón, cáncer de intestino y cáncer de mama.
Five years ago I thought comitology might be an inflammation of the bowel or a trapping of the sciatic nerve.
Hace cinco años pensaba aún que la comitología era una inflamación del intestino o un pinzamiento del nervio ciático.
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