Translation of venereal in Spanish:

venereal

venéreo, adj.

Pronunciation /vɪˈnɪərɪəl//vəˈnɪriəl/

adjective

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    venéreo
    • This compounded product is used for chemical peels, actinic keratoses, and venereal warts.
    • In the late 1870s the Royal Navy refused to visit, because of the virulence of venereal infection.
    • These may be caused by inflammatory bowel disease, local or systemic malignancy, venereal infection, trauma, tuberculosis, or chemotherapy.
    • Genital warts, also known as condylomata acuminata or venereal warts, are one of the most common types of sexually transmitted diseases.
    • Gonorrhea is a very common venereal disease caused by a bacterium, Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
    • Their personal habits are so filthy, that I suspected that venereal disease was wide-spread among them.
    • An appalling number of venereal infections are caused by quite young girls who seem, on the surface, perfectly fit companions for decent lads.
    • Medics also found that venereal disease increased alarmingly as the troops moved closer to Philippine urban centers.
    • Genital warts, sometimes called venereal warts, are contracted through sexual contact.
    • In WW I just over one-quarter of the diseases for which British soldiers were hospitalized were venereal.
    • Even then, you could be at risk for spreading or catching diseases that don't depend strictly on genital contact, such as herpes or venereal warts.
    • Transmission is by direct venereal skin-to-skin contact, and 95% of sexual contacts of an active carrier will develop an infestation.