Traducción de prematurely en Español:


prematuramente, adv.

Pronunciación /ˈprɛmətʃəli//ˌpriməˈtʃʊrli/


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    antes de tiempo
    the baby was born prematurely el niño fue prematuro
    • Mac's face seemed prematurely grey and aged, his body hunched as he read.
    • Milan, she would tell me in our long phone calls, was looking shrivelled and prematurely aged.
    • He said that some men would slip away and leave the centre prematurely and end back on the streets or in prison again.
    • Another important component of a policy is life cover, so that the cost of the animal is refunded should it die prematurely.
    • When my son was born prematurely I was convinced that it was my fault.
    • It is the loneliest job in the world they say, and more than one comic has died prematurely from the stress of trying to make others laugh.
    • Being born prematurely can increase the risk of being deaf or becoming deaf.
    • Five of his mother's brothers had gone down the pit and died prematurely because of their working conditions.
    • She went public about the sensitive issue of her identity after the match prematurely ended.
    • If they have been chased around by a dog they could end up giving birth prematurely, which could cause problems and even death.
    • Her hair had greyed prematurely, her once youthful face was lined with worry and fraught with grief.
    • Yet for most mortals, the sight of loved ones suffering or dying prematurely is not ennobling.
    • He was born prematurely on January 8 last year and died three days later.
    • Aimee was born two weeks prematurely and had to spend four weeks in special care, though this was not linked to her liver problem.