cerviz translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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cerviz

  
      sf  
1    (=nuca)   nape (of the neck)  
MODISMOS bajar o doblar la cerviz      to submit, bow down  
MODISMOS de dura cerviz      stubborn, headstrong  
2    (=útero)   cervix
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
bajar la cerviz v.
to bow down ; to submit
(MODISMOS)

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exp.
stubborn
(MODISMOS)
exp.
headstrong
(MODISMOS)
v.
to submit
(MODISMOS)
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"cerviz": examples and translations in context
Aparentemente se podría afirmar mirando la cerviz. Apparently you can tell by looking at the cervix.
El doctor le aplicará una inyección en la cerviz. The physician will give you an injection in the cervix.
Radiografia: cerviz, columna y abdomen . Give me an x-ray, stat: cervical, spine, chest and abdomen.
Buscan células anormales que indican cambios como la displasia o el cáncer de la cerviz. The cells are examined for abnormalities that may indicate abnormal cell changes, such as dysplasia or cervical cancer.
5 Ahora bien, ellos no sabían que Dios podía hacer tan maravillosas obras, porque eran gente de corazón empedernido y dura cerviz. 5 Now they knew not that God could do such marvelous a works, for they were a hard-hearted and a stiffnecked people.
3 Sí, y no sólo esto; eran un pueblo de dura cerviz, a tal grado que no podían ser gobernados por la ley ni por la justicia, sino para su destrucción. 3 Yea, and this was not all; they were a a stiffnecked people, insomuch that they could not be governed by the law nor justice, save it were to their destruction.
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