Traducción de growing pains en Español:

growing pains

dolores del crecimiento, n.

sustantivo plural

  • 1

    Fisiología
    dolores del crecimiento masculino
    • And by Spinoza's lights, however uncomfortable they may be, healthy growing pains are not sufferings, unless an adolescent thinks of his body as an external cause of his condition.
    • Everyone used to say that I was young, it was just growing pains; then I woke up and I was twenty-one with insomnia and a rapidly dropping GPA and it makes you think.
    • However, if a child does fit the criteria for growing pains, the parents should be reassured that this is a benign, self-limited process that occurs for unknown reasons.
    • One symptom that doctors find most helpful in making a diagnosis of growing pains is how the child responds to touch while in pain.
    • In response to Roy's death, her parents draw strength from their faith, while Alison struggles with hers against the backdrop of puberty's growing pains.
    • In contrast to growing pains, the pain of fatigue, which may occur with or without excessive physical activity, disappears after rest.
  • 2

    (initial problems)
    dificultades iniciales femenino
    • The story of our club is a long and honourable one, but not without our growing pains.
    • Which means that many State Associations have completed the growing pains that we are now facing.
    • Ireland, a young nation, is still suffering from the growing pains of her remarkably rapid rise.
    • As it turns out, houses and neighborhoods abroad suffer from similar growing pains as those in the United States.
    • But his inexperience is causing growing pains.
    • Its appeal, he argues, can be explained by the fact that it came at the right time, when workers were suffering from the growing pains of industrialisation.
    • The club's infield is young, and with youth comes growing pains.
    • The company - publishing an average of 500 novels a month - is suffering from extreme growing pains.
    • The era was characterized by the growing pains of a new and often disadvantaged urban class, and by new weaponry such as breech-loading pistols and rifles, and the invention of dynamite by Nobel in 1862.
    • Most companies prefer a more gradual transition into complex 3D software because the growing pains and costs associated with the transition are minimized.
    • Many of Asia's democracies are young and face predictable growing pains.
    • We are arrogant in not allowing young nations to go through the same growing pains, turbulence and revolution that characterised our history.
    • In retrospect, it appears that - after two or three decades of growing pains - our understanding of this crucial moment in the history of European landscape painting has entered a phase of early maturity.
    • In the year of its Olympics debut, this is a young sport suffering from its growing pains.
    • But for now, the 2003 rookies are suffering from major growing pains, trying to compete while learning.
    • Then there are the inevitable growing pains - pains that, in this business, can be lethal.
    • His puck handling, offensive skill and offensive instincts are good enough that he continues to get ice time while he goes through growing pains and improves his two-way game.
    • It's reflective of the current PC games market, and part of the growing pains of the hardware leading the software, which is almost always the case in the PC universe.
    • Higher demand for coverage and the reality of rising healthcare costs have created unfortunate growing pains for the long-term healthcare insurance segment of the industry.
    • It plans to replace them with younger players, which could result in growing pains this year.