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pre·na·tal

 (prē-nāt′l)
adj.
Existing or occurring before birth: prenatal medical care.

pre·na′tal·ly adv.

prenatal

(priːˈneɪtəl)
adj
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) occurring or present before birth; during pregnancy
n
(Medicine) informal a prenatal examination
Also called: antenatal
preˈnatally adv

pre•na•tal

(priˈneɪt l)

adj.
previous to birth or to giving birth; antenatal: prenatal care for mothers.
[1820–30]
pre•na′tal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.prenatal - occurring or existing before birthprenatal - occurring or existing before birth; "the prenatal period"; "antenatal care"
perinatal - occurring during the period around birth (5 months before and 1 month after); "perinatal mortality"; "perinatal care"
postnatal, postpartum - occurring immediately after birth; "postnatal development"
Translations
předporodní
før fødsels-
prenataaliprenataalinenraskaudenaikainen
antenatalan
出産前の
출생 전의
före födelsen
ก่อนคลอด
tiền sản

prenatal

[ˈpriːˈneɪtl] ADJprenatal

prenatal

[ˌpriːˈneɪtəl] adj [class] → prénatal(e)
prenatal care → les soins prénatals

prenatal

adjpränatal, vor der Geburt

prenatal

[ˌpriːˈneɪtl] adjprenatale

prenatal

نِسْبَةً إِلى ما قَبْل الوِلادَة předporodní før fødsels- pränatal προγεννητικός prenatal raskaudenaikainen prénatal antenatalan prenatale 出産前の 출생 전의 prenataal under svangerskapet przedporodowy pré-natal дородовый före födelsen ก่อนคลอด doğum öncesi tiền sản 出生前的

pre·na·tal

a. prenatal, anterior al nacimiento;
___ carecuidado ___.

prenatal

adj prenatal
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