In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(dwarf)enano masculinehombrecillo masculine
- He…is much less small than I had been led to believe; he is not at all a manikin, but a well-proportioned human being.
3Art Medicinemodelo del cuerpo humano masculine
- Then I spotted something on one of the manikins.
- Regular short periods of practice on a manikin are therefore essential.
- This consists of an introductory seminar including demonstration of pelvic examination on a manikin and an opportunity for students to practise this under supervision.
- In addition, actors were used by 15 schools, volunteers by 14, manikins by all 19, videos by 11, and simulators by four.
- Basic life support training was defined as training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation using a manikin.
- Students were informed beforehand about the study, and technical skills were taught on manikins.
- She wasn't blinking and it made her look like a manikin.
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