Translation of infant in Spanish:

infant

bebé, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnfənt//ˈɪnf(ə)nt/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(baby)

      bebé masculine
      niño masculine
      niña feminine
      while still an infant cuando era un bebé
      • the Holy Infant el niño Jesús
      • Shaken baby syndrome occurs most frequently in infants younger than six months old, yet can occur up to the age of three.
      • Young children, infants and fetuses are particularly vulnerable to lead poisoning.
      • Several delivery devices are available for infants and young children.
      • But, we haven't found a way to take care of our elderly, our poor, young children and infants.
      • When we made the decision to adopt, we decided to seek a child from China because we were assured we could adopt a young and healthy infant there.
      • Viral infection is the cause of fever in most infants and young children.
      • Very young children and newborn infants require a lower dose than older children.
      • Extended families help in caring for infants and young children.
      • The disease is much more serious in children, especially infants younger than 6 months of age.
      • Our member companies are committed to the health and wellbeing of infants and young children.
      • There is no consensus, however, on when and how to treat infants and young children with symptoms of asthma.
      • Keep infants and young children away from newly mown grass.
      • For children, the ranges are similar, except infants and young children should get slightly more fat.
      • The brains of infants and very young children are capable of storing fragmented memories, however.
      • The Rules of the Road clearly states that infants or young children should never be left unattended in a car.
      • In infants and very young children, pertussis can be deadly, so call your child's doctor right away.
      • In infants and young children, the tube is wider, straighter and shorter than in adults.
      • Children consistently rated girls better caregivers for infants, young kids and the elderly.
      • This is a very practical course that explores the value of play in the lives of infants, toddlers and young children.
      • Most patients who failed to endure were younger children or infants.

    • 1.2British School

      niño masculine
      niña feminine
      • Finally the infants and nursery school children are together.
      • All parents are welcome to attend with children in the schools from junior infants right up to sixth class.
      • Proposals have been revealed for the infant school, junior school and nursery to move to a new campus off Sheepfoot Lane, within the perimeter of Heaton Park.
      • Around 100 children were selected by Pinehurst junior and infants schools to attend the party.
      • Angry parents and residents were protesting yesterday over a proposal to build a mobile phone mast near an infant and junior school.

  • 2

    Law
    menor (de edad) masculine
    • The child was therefore an infant when his mother married, and only knew his step-father for a period of 7 months.
    • In the result the benefit of the lease was assigned by decree to the infant and the trustee, subject to indemnity, made to account for profits.
    • It may look different if the person being detained is an infant utterly incapable of fleeing the jurisdiction or giving trouble.
    • I would ask the Court to note that the plaintiff is an infant.
    • If the third party is an infant or is mentally disordered, this lack of rational capacity may be regarded as sufficient to discount the third party's act in causal terms.