In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1the vitals — (stomach, intestines) las tripas coloquial
- The main musical comfort in his terrible mental and physical trials as the consumption gnawed ever more deeply into his vitals, was Sir Hubert Parry.
- On physical exam the respiratory rate was 16, the rest of the vitals were normal.
- The nurse walked back in and took Carmyn's vitals.
- He knelt down, doing an immediate check of vitals.
- ‘You idiot,’ I told him quietly, tossing aside the bottle and checking his vitals.
- But when they had burned the thigh pieces and tasted the vitals, they cut all the remainder into pieces and spitted them.
- They checked his vitals and loaded him into the ambulance.
- This is the energy that keeps your heart beating and your lungs breathing, the vitals.
- Anest ducked under its defenses, and thrust his sword deep into the Demon's vitals where it stuck, half-melted.
- She noted vitals, took throat cultures, and talked through an interpreter to the nursing students.
- It was kind of freaky, really, how his vitals were high, even though his body parts were missing.
- There was a cruel scar on her emotionless face, a tantalizing jumpsuit with armor covering the vitals, and a sense of power and ambition radiating from her.
- I gave my kidneys and other vitals a good poking also.
- As he told his story, the nurse checking his vitals wasn't able to get his blood pressure.
- But their professionalism in immediately stabilizing my wife and taking her vitals was matched with exceptional kindness.
- The white plates are composed of a very tough but light titanium alloy that provides a good deal of extra protection to the body's vitals.
- He looked down to see an arrow deep within his vitals.
- The patient's vitals remained stable and blood loss was monitored closely during the procedure.
- Sensor rings attached to fingers monitor heart rate and other vitals.
- The sudden din sent an ice-pick of fear into her vitals, and fear quickly turned to unreasoning panic as she felt the great vessel unmistakably heel over.
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