Spanish Word for swollen  

English Word: swollen

Spanish Word: hinchado
The Spanish Word for swollen
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Have your legs swollen?
Se le han hinchado las piernas?
Please, do not speak about ankles because mine is swollen.
Por favor, no habléis de tobillos que tengo el mío hinchado.
Yes ma'am, your hand is swollen.
Sí señora, su mano está hinchada.
My ankles always get swollen after a long flight.
Siempre se me hinchan los tobillos después de un vuelo largo.

The swollen streams and rivers carried off everything in their path.
Los arroyos y ríos desbordados barrieron con todo lo que encontraron en su camino.
The ranks of the poor are increasingly being swollen by people who do have jobs.
Las filas de los pobres crecen de forma progresiva al engrosarlas personas que de hecho tienen empleo.
We see at work here the perverse spiral which has progressively swollen the bill for the single currency.
Aquí se ve cómo actúa un mecanismo perverso que poco a poco irá gravando la factura de la moneda única.
However, I sincerely doubt that the Community institutions, swollen as they are with fine-sounding but half-baked principles, are mature enough to deal with the reality.
Pero dudo mucho de que nuestras instituciones comunitarias, tan infladas de grandes principios mal asimilados, tengan la madurez necesaria para este realismo.
A belated reaction, or no reaction, may lead to swollen rivers overflowing and causing an environmental risk and material losses, and even claiming human lives.
Una reacción tardía, o la falta de reacción, pueden derivar en el desbordamiento de ríos crecidos y causar un riesgo para el medio ambiente y pérdidas materiales e incluso humanas.
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