Translation of moribund in Spanish:


moribundo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmɔrəˌbənd//ˈmɒrɪbʌnd/


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    • She'd been lying for several hours before discovery, and, although conscious on admission to casualty, she was clearly moribund.
    • A previous study showed that death followed the selected moribund symptoms by 1 day or less.
    • One patient was moribund at presentation and died 4 days later.
    • We took the child out and as I looked at it I realised the kid was moribund.
    • Each of the two protagonists is more or less moribund - one convalescing after a near fatal collapse; the other laid low by deep vein thrombosis.
    • Ideally patients will be enrolled before they are moribund and on ‘death's door’.
    • Most of the moribund patients recovered due to his treatment.