Translation of urine in Spanish:

urine

orina, n.

Pronunciation /ˈjʊərɪn//ˈjʊərʌɪn//ˈjʊrən/

noun

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    orina feminine
    (sample) (before noun) de orina
    • Any water that is left over leaves the body with the toxins, through sweat and urine.
    • Catheters are thin flexible tubes which are inserted into the bladder to allow urine to be passed.
    • These increase the production of urine, and so help remove excess fluid from the body.
    • This happens when urine held by the bladder builds up to the point where the bladder can no longer expand.
    • Doctors removed a growth from his bladder in 1991 after he began to pass blood in his urine.
    • A urine test is easily done, and can be offered concurrently with a pregnancy test.
    • The streets are littered with pollution and the smell of stale urine lingers in the air.
    • Potty training is teaching your toddler to gain control of their urine and bowel movements.
    • The driver is then asked to provide a sample of blood or urine for laboratory analysis.
    • Make sure that the child is drinking plenty of fluids, as this will reduce the acidity of the urine.
    • Infection of the urine causes symptoms of urgency and sometimes leakage of urine.
    • If your test is carried out in the surgery, the blood or urine sample will be sent to a laboratory to be examined.
    • You may also be asked to give urine and blood samples for routine laboratory testing.
    • In addition, there may be small amounts of blood in the urine and it may be cloudy.
    • The kidneys filter and process the blood and excrete the waste products as urine.
    • Over time your child will be able to hold more urine and recognise when they feel the urge to go, even if they are asleep.
    • The blood pressure drops, causing faintness, and the body may start to store urine.
    • She is not eating much and passing only small amounts of urine as her kidney function is poor.
    • Forensic analysis of urine, blood and hair revealed no traces of doping products.
    • The urine is stored in your bladder, which can expand to accommodate the increasing volume.