In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1fetalfetal distress — sufrimiento fetal masculine
- in a/the fetal position — en posición fetal
- The boy in front of me has an odd posture: almost in a fetal position, slouched far, far down.
- Basically, one saw a big flash of light, one should duck down into a fetal position and cover themselves up to be safe.
- She had managed to curl herself into a tighter ball, resembling a child in the fetal position.
- Her slumbering figure was in a fetal position and her head rested on his lap.
- I return to the fetal position with my remote control and try to console myself.
- She goes from a fetal position of crying to walking around the cell, singing gospel music.
- The intensity of being in first year is often enough to make any freshman curl up in the fetal position and sob uncontrollably.
- There she laid in the fetal position with her head buried crying hysterically.
- In other words, if somebody hits you, you don't curl up in the fetal position and beg your enemy not to hurt you.
- I called in sick way too many days, spent a lot of time at home curled up in a fetal position.
- Only after two to three times will the fetal position return to normal.
- Her body jerked into a fetal position as she sobbed and clutched her side.
- He curled into a fetal position, his knees drawn close to his body, and shivered slightly.
- Try to roll your body in, as if getting into a fetal position, as opposed to keeping your back rigid.
- Me, I'd be curled up in a fetal position in bed, railing against the bitterness of life.
- In fetal position, they uncurled and curled, then sat up like baby birds begging for worms.
- He would just curl up in a fetal position in the tour bus and talk to fantasy friends that lived inside of his head.
- Some were in the fetal position, curled up, as if trying to escape within themselves.
- Me, I would curl up in a fetal position under the table and wait for someone to rescue me.
- She almost twitched into a fetal position, and her body moved slightly in one last defense.
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