Translation of gullet in Spanish:


garganta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡʌlɪt//ˈɡələt/


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    garganta feminine
    gaznate masculine informal
    • If the tumour is blocking part of your stomach or gullet, bypass surgery may be an option.
    • Heartburn happens when this acid flows upwards into the gullet (oesophagus).
    • PDT can also be used internally on the gullet, lungs, bladder, bile duct, brain and eyes, usually through an endoscope or intravenous methods.
    • When you swallow, it can feel as though food is stuck in your gullet, as the muscles of the oesophagus try to push it past the tumour.
    • The reason for heartburn is a malfunction in the valve-like mechanism found at the junction of the gullet and the stomach.
    • The oesophagus is the medical name for the gullet.
    • But how can we stem the flood of fatty foods into our gullets?
    • The eldest then poured her food into her gullet and headed for PS shouting muffled answers to my enquiries about her day.
    • He died suddenly in Bradford Royal Infirmary from ulcers in his gullet, which links the throat to the stomach.
    • So, with the latter, the wizardry of special effects allows us to whoosh down gullets and cascade through neural networks.
    • It's the gullet or oesophagus, the corridor passing from the mouth to the stomach.
    • The 13-month-old toddler had swallowed a tiny, disc shaped camera battery that damaged his gullet and perforated his windpipe.
    • The acid damages cells lining the oesophagus, also known as the food pipe or gullet, which can later become cancerous.
    • The corrosive chemicals are irritating to the delicate lining of the gullet.
    • These drugs reduce the production of stomach acid to allow the inflamed gullet to heal.
    • Stomach acid that is repeatedly regurgitated can damage the lining of the gullet.
    • The tam is thought to have evolved to survive passage through the gullet of the island's biggest, flightless bird, the dodo.
    • Contact may be with your skin, or with the lining of your lungs, mouth, gullet, stomach or intestine.
    • The natural swallowing action helps the endoscope pass into the gullet and down towards the stomach.
    • Instead, the acid irritates the lining of the gullet, causing the burning pain.