Translation of precipitant in Spanish:


precipitante, n.

Pronunciation /prɪˈsɪpɪt(ə)nt//priˈsɪpədənt/


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    precipitante masculine
    • Eleven, even if it remains a dead law, it is not without its precipitant and pernicious consequences.
    • Guided by these principles, he made several criticisms of the police as both background to and immediate precipitants of the disorders.
    • Stress itself could be a possible precipitant of urticaria.
    • It is reported by his mother who attended with him that he regularly will fly into a rage without precipitant, has poor recollection of the events and feels remorse and guilt afterwards.
    • Last but not least, one should look for stress as a precipitant.