Translation of premature in Spanish:

premature

prematuro, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌpriməˈtʃʊr//ˈprɛmətjʊə//ˈprɛmətʃə/

adjective

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    (baby/birth/baldness) prematuro
    (senility) precoz
    their victory celebration was premature cantaron victoria antes de tiempo
    • New research suggests that psychological stress may play a role in premature aging.
    • Occasionally, the author appears to overreach his material to draw premature conclusions.
    • The outlook is bleak for children born extremely premature according to a new British study.
    • After all, babies are born premature or late for a reason - especially in the case of prematurity.
    • It is premature to talk of lessons while fighting is still going on.
    • Two thirds of babies who die shortly after birth are born premature.
    • The attack brought on premature labour that lasted two and half days.
    • The twins were born four months premature at Stepping Hill Hospital.
    • Apart from the associations with premature ageing, darker hair suits my Anglo-Asian olive skin.
    • In the 70 years since his premature death, he has inspired plays, films, novels and songs.
    • Three teenage boys had their legs waxed in front of hundreds of their school pals to raise money for premature babies.
    • In the cot next to his was a tiny baby who had been born 12 weeks premature, she recalls.
    • We should oppose these attempts to force through a premature consensus.
    • Pregnant mothers too require blood transfusions from time to time as do some premature babies.
    • The main risks for premature babies are infection and breathing difficulties.
    • SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) can happen to any baby, but premature babies and low birth-weight babies are more at risk.
    • This, he said, would be premature, as a date has not yet been decided for the relocation of the jobs.
    • As well as being sore and unsightly, sunburn causes premature ageing and puts you at risk of skin cancer.
    • At present, we have the highest rate of premature death from heart disease in the EU.
    • We saw tiny premature babies who would spend their first birthday in hospital.
    • She told how the woman was anxious about her baby's health because he had been born seven weeks premature.
    • To discard potential new directions for research at this early stage would be premature.
    • The sun is the number one cause of premature ageing and skin damage.
    • However, the authors believe that many of these premature deaths are preventable.
    • He seemed to have brought a premature end to his international career.
    • His observations led to the careful control of oxygen delivery to premature babies.
    • She is only 48 years old - premature ageing is another common feature of these people.
    • A miracle baby who was born three months premature is set to celebrate her first birthday.
    • Some premature babies suffer from breathing difficulties but this did not appear to be the case with Jennifer.
    • Free radicals are thought to be responsible for helping to cause premature ageing, heart disease and cancer.
    • Measles in pregnancy can cause miscarriage, premature labour or a baby with low birth weight.