Translation of donor in Spanish:

donor

donante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdoʊnər//ˈdəʊnə//ˈdəʊnɔː/

noun

  • 1

    Medicine
    donante masculine
    a blood/kidney donor un donante de sangre/riñón
    • Those in attendance had the opportunity to sign up to become organ donors and to give blood.
    • One night our teenage son and I had to run our dog to the clinic to be a donor for an emergency blood transfusion.
    • For renal transplantation, marginal donors include cadavers from one or more of the following categories.
    • The degree to which the lymphocytes enlarge and multiply indicates the compatibility of donor to recipient.
    • More than one half of all kidney recipients receive an organ from a cadaveric donor.
    • A device to make the organs of brain-dead donors more suitable for transplant will be evaluated in a government-funded study.
    • And he remains on a mission to persuade more people to sign donor cards.
    • The majority of the healthy control subjects were healthy blood donors, and the others were organ transplant donors.
    • Living donors often donate an organ to a family member or close friend.
    • Matching bone marrow donors are usually blood relatives.
    • The sample comprised unrelated healthy blood donors, and informed consent was obtained from all individuals participating in the study.
    • The law required autopsies on donors before removal of organs, delaying the process so that it was usually too late.
    • Their policy requires that the blood types of donors and recipients be matched before releasing any organs.
    • Before death, the organ donor received several transfusions of blood products.
    • The organisers also honoured individual donors who had donated blood more than ten times.
    • She received a heart and lung transplant from a donor with type A blood.
    • Before a transfusion is given, the blood of the donor and the recipient must be tested against each other to ensure they are compatible.
    • In 2003, 772 individuals became major organ donors although over 6,000 people are still waiting for suitable organs.
    • Therefore, it is mandatory to establish an effective technique for screening blood donors for the malaria parasite.
    • The rest come from people who die and have signed organ donor cards.
  • 2

    (to charity)
    donante feminine
    • Public interest groups and the press insist that campaign donors supposedly only give money to politicians to bribe them.
    • International donors have been willing to help Indonesians seeking to bring the past to light.
    • The donors say this western money went to help create conditions for free and fair elections, not directly to the opposition; that, too, should be carefully examined.
    • But it also became a major aid donor to India.
    • So we find a kind donor who gives us this rent-free, and that's how it began.
    • To raise that money, officials from 70 donor countries meet Thursday in Madrid.
    • The charity specializes in using donor money to buy people in developing world animals from cows to camels and everything in between.
    • He says relief agencies desperately need more help from international organizations and donor countries.
    • Sound equipment worth more than £30,000 has been donated to the concert venue by the anonymous donor.
    • Instead, the Government has introduced tax breaks aimed at encouraging the private sector donors to pour money into the construction of a new national stadium.
    • The bit we like best is the idea that tax relief is available today for money that donors agree to bequeath to charities on their death.
    • As an alternative, the organization is encouraging the walk's potential donors to give money directly to the charities they support.
    • The $3.7 billion pledged by donors will be just enough to sustain current programmes.
    • Most donors to charity are private entrepreneurs, who are often unwilling to let others know about the donation out of fear of the tax department.
    • The money will come from donors and the state budget, he said.
    • As a charity we rely on donors and financial help, and David has helped people to come forward to help with both.
    • The tsunami generated an unprecedented outpouring of generosity, with donor pledges reaching some US $13.6 billion.
    • The donor agencies also came with a stated philosophy that seemed to promise change.
    • The expectation of the donors was that charities receiving the funds would disburse the money to needy victims just as quickly.
    • There were no arrests or charges, though federal agents visited the homes of many of the charity's local donors.