Translation of toenail in Spanish:


uña, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtəʊneɪl//ˈtoʊˌneɪl/


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    (del pie) uña feminine
    to cut one's toenails cortarse las uñas de los pies
    • Your fingernails and toenails also are made of the protein keratin.
    • To avoid ingrown toenails, cut your nails straight across.
    • An ingrown toenail occurs when the edge of the toenail grows into the soft skin surrounding the nail.
    • Careful examination of the fingernails and toenails can provide clues to underlying systemic diseases.
    • Her nail varnish is applied patchily, on bitten fingernails and bitten toenails.
    • The decoration of both toenails and fingernails for aesthetic purposes dates back at least as far as Ancient Egypt, where henna and other products were applied to colour the feet and hands as well as the nails.
    • Scratching an infected toenail can infect your fingernails.
    • See your doctor if you think you have a fungal infection in your fingernails or toenails.
    • They affect the toenails more often than the fingernails.
    • Some had the national flag painted on their fingernails and toenails.
    • If your toenail does not improve, your GP or podiatrist will be able to partially remove your toenail to allow the nail to grow back and heal.
    • I had painted my toenails and fingernails varying shades of purple, and I was wearing my open-toed heeled sandals.
    • Tinea unguium is a form of ringworm that most commonly infects fingernails and toenails.
    • By the time she was able to go home, she'd lost much of her hair, her eyelashes, eyebrows, fingernails, and toenails.
    • Workers often lose fingernails and toenails, and they suffer injuries from the knives, saws, and machinery.
    • In the blink of an eye, her fingernails and toenails were painted a shade of blue to match her dress.
    • For some women, hormonal changes may cause the fingernails and toenails to grow faster than usual or to become brittle or soft.
    • If you get any solution on your fingernails or toenails, use alcohol to keep your cuticles from turning orange.
    • The infection is more likely in toenails than in fingernails.
    • Fingernails grow about three or four times as quickly as toenails.