moonface


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moonface

(ˈmuːnˌfeɪs)
n
1. a round and full face
2. (Medicine) a medical condition in which the face becomes round and swollen, esp in people with Cushing's disease
Translations

moonface

n. cara de luna, cara llena redonda característica de pacientes sometidos a un tratamiento prolongado de un esteroide.
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