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a·bor·tion

 (ə-bôr′shən)
n.
1.
a. Induced termination of a pregnancy with destruction of the embryo or fetus.
b. Any of various procedures that result in the termination of a pregnancy. Also called induced abortion.
3. Cessation of normal growth, especially of an organ or other body part, prior to full development or maturation.
4. The premature ending or abandonment of an undertaking.
5. Something that is regarded as poorly made or done.

abortion

(əˈbɔːʃən)
n
1. (Gynaecology & Obstetrics) an operation or other procedure to terminate pregnancy before the fetus is viable
2. (Gynaecology & Obstetrics) the premature termination of pregnancy by spontaneous or induced expulsion of a nonviable fetus from the uterus
3. (Medicine) the products of abortion; an aborted fetus
4. (Biology) the arrest of development of an organ
5. a failure to develop to completion or maturity: the project proved an abortion.
6. a person or thing that is deformed
aˈbortional adj

a•bor•tion

(əˈbɔr ʃən)

n.
1. the removal of an embryo or fetus from the uterus in order to end a pregnancy.
2. any of various procedures for terminating a pregnancy.
3. Also called spontaneous abortion. miscarriage (def. 1).
4. an immature and nonviable fetus.
5. a malformed or monstrous person or thing.
6. the arrested development of an embryo or an organ at a more or less early stage.
7. the stopping of an illness, infection, etc., at a very early stage.
8. anything that fails to develop, progress, or mature.
[1540–50; < Latin]

Abortion

See also birth; pregnancy

1. destruction of a fetus. Also called feticide.
2. that which produces an abortion; an abortifacient
Cf. aborticide, 2.
the killing of a fetus; especially illegal abortion. Also called aborticide. — feticidal, foeticidal, adj.

abortion

The termination of a pregnancy before the fetus is viable (able to survive outside the uterus).
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.abortion - termination of pregnancyabortion - termination of pregnancy    
ending, termination, conclusion - the act of ending something; "the termination of the agreement"
spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, miscarriage - a natural loss of the products of conception
induced abortion - a deliberate termination of pregnancy
2.abortion - failure of a planabortion - failure of a plan      
failure - an event that does not accomplish its intended purpose; "the surprise party was a complete failure"

abortion

noun
1. termination, miscarriage, feticide, aborticide, deliberate miscarriage They had been going out a year when she had an abortion.
2. failure, disappointment, fiasco, misadventure, monstrosity, vain effort the abortion of the original nuclear project
Translations
إِجْهاضإجْهَاض
interrupcepotrat
abort
aborttikeskenmenoraskaudenkeskeytys
pobačaj
abortusz
fóstureyîing
妊娠中絶
유산
abortas
abortusmisbakselmiskraamabortie
abandonembriongermen
potrat
splav
abort
การทำแท้ง
kürtajçocuk aldırma
sự phá thai

abortion

[əˈbɔːʃən]
A. N
1. (Med)
1.1. (= termination) → aborto m (provocado)
illegal abortionaborto m ilegal
to have an abortionhacerse un aborto, abortar (no de forma espontánea)
to perform or carry out an abortionpracticar un aborto
1.2. (frm) (also spontaneous abortion) → aborto m (espontáneo)
2. (= failure) → fracaso m, malogro m
B. CPD abortion clinic Nclínica f donde se practican abortos
abortion law Nley f del aborto
abortion pill Npíldora f abortiva

abortion

[əˈbɔːrʃən]
n (MEDICINE)avortement m
to have an abortion → se faire avorter anti-abortion
modif [bill, law] → sur l'avortement; [counselling] → sur l'avortement abortion clinic, abortion pillabortion clinic nclinique f d'avortement

abortion

nSchwangerschaftsabbruch m, → Abtreibung f (pej); (= miscarriage)Fehlgeburt f, → Abort m (form); (fig: of plan, project etc) → Fehlschlag m, → Reinfall m (inf); (pej, = person) → Missgeburt f (pej); to get or have an abortionabtreiben lassen, eine Abtreibung vornehmen lassen

abortion

[əˈbɔːʃn] n (Med) → aborto
to have an abortion (termination) → abortire (miscarriage) → avere un aborto (spontaneo)

abort

(əˈboːt) verb
1. to lose or bring about the loss of (an unborn child) from the womb.
2. (of a plan etc) to (cause to) come to nothing.
3. to stop or abandon (a space mission, eg the firing of a rocket) before it is completed.
aˈbortion (-ʃən) noun
aˈbortive (-tiv) adjective
unsuccessful. an abortive attempt to climb the mountain.

abortion

إِجْهاض interrupce abort Schwangerschaftsabbruch έκτρωση aborto abortti avortement pobačaj aborto 妊娠中絶 유산 abortus abort aborcja aborto аборт abort การทำแท้ง kürtaj sự phá thai 堕胎

a·bor·tion

n. aborto, interrupción prematura del embarazo.

abortion

n aborto provocado or inducido, aborto, interrupción voluntaria del embarazo; habitual — aborto habitual; incomplete — aborto incompleto; partial birth — aborto por nacimiento parcial; spontaneous — aborto espontáneo; therapeutic — aborto terapéutico; threatened — amenaza de aborto; to have an — tener un aborto
References in periodicals archive ?
3] Studies have also shown that vaginal administration of misoprostol after pretreatment with mifepristone resulted in higher complete abortion compared to oral dose.
Women are told to "follow-up" with their "healthcare provider" at 7 to 14 days after their initial visit to determine if the bleeding has stopped, a complete abortion has taken place, and they are alright.
Threatened abortion is a common condition, and the clinical manifestations are as follows: vaginal bleeding, with or without lower abdominal pain, non-dilatation of cervix, it is likely to develop into complete abortion or incomplete abortion, in particular during the first three months of pregnancy.
These gaps in state abortion surveillance have hampered efforts by the CDC to compile complete abortion statistics at the national level.
It is less effective than the combined regimen with mifepristone for which the complete abortion rates approach 98 percent.
Aim of the present study was to compare the usefulness of serum AY-hCG measurement and ultrasound examination to predict complete abortion after medical induction.
1) On the basis of findings from the physical examination of patients 4-6 days and 12-21 days after administration of misoprostol, and of patients' reports of bleeding, pain and tissue passage, nurses trained to evaluate the completeness of a medication abortion determined that 83% of patients had had a complete abortion, 15% had had an incomplete abortion and 2% had an ongoing pregnancy.
Several complication of early pregnancy like Molar Pregnancy, Blighted Ovum, Missed, Incomplete / complete abortion and Ectopic pregnancy can be detected accurately by U.
The aim of our study was to compare the efficacy and side effects of 400ug misoprostol administration intravaginally every three hours as compared to longer dosage interval of 6 hours to determine which regimen has fewer side effects and is effective in inducing complete abortion in 24-48 hours.
It stated: "Despite the wide range of results from different studies and different regimens, the success rate, defined as the complete abortion is around 90% during the first trimester of pregnancy.
Complete abortion occurs when no gestational sac is detected on ultrasound, the cervical os is generally closed, and significant cramping and bleeding have resolved.
Overall, 743 women (81%) with a BMI of less than 30 had a documented complete abortion, compared with 106 (81%) of those with a BMI of greater than 35.