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ligadura

  
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1      (Med)   ligature  
  ligadura de trompas   tubal ligation
2    ligaduras   [+de cuerda, correa]   bonds, ties  ,   (entre personas)    ties
eres demasiado joven para ligaduras      you're too young to tie yourself down to one person  
todavía tienes las marcas de las ligaduras      you still have the marks from the ropes when you were tied up  
3      (Mús)   ligature, tie
4      (Náut)   lashing
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
ligadura de trompas exp.
tubal ligation

Entry related to:trompa

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you're too young to tie yourself down to one person
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you still have the marks from the ropes when you were tied up
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"ligadura": examples and translations in context
El color de la laringe puede indicar una estrangulación por ligadura. Discolouration of larynx may indicate strangulation with a ligature.
Añade una ligadura alrededor de su cuello. Add a ligature around her neck.
La ligadura ha llegado a la arteria esplénica. The tie has come off the splenic artery.
Esa es la definición de ligadura. That's what a ligature is.
O podría haber sido de una ligadura. Or it could have been from a ligature.
Pero la marca de ligadura en el cuerpo es diferente. But the ligature mark on the body's different.
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