Latin abortiō ( “ ‘miscarriage, abortion ’ ” ), from aborior ( “ ‘miscarry ’ ” ); see also abort.
Abortion ( plural ) Abortions
( medicine or dated The ) cessation of pregnancy or fetal development; a miscarriage.
An induced abortion.
The act of inducing abortion.
( dated The ) immature product of an untimely birth.
( biology Arrest of development of any organ, so that it remains an ) imperfect formation or is absorbed.
Any fruit or produce that does not come to maturity, or anything which is interrupted in its progress before it is matured or perfect.
The act of aborting a project, a mission, etc, before it is completed.
Patrono:Art Something ugly, an artistic atrocity.
1846, Charles Dickens, Pictures from Italy, Chapter 10.
Insomuch that I do honestly believe, there can be no place in the world, where such intolerable abortions, begotten of the sculptor’s chisel, are to be found in such profusion, as in Rome.
immature product of an untimely birth
biology: arrest of development of an organ
fruit/produce that doesn’t come to maturity
the act of aborting a project, etc
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Indonesian: aborsi, menggugurkan kandungan
Vietnamese: sự sẩy thai, sự phá thai, sự nạo thai, người lùn tịt, đứa bé đẻ non, vật đẻ non, vật dị dạng, quái thai, sự chết non chết yểu, sự sớm thất bại, tình trạng phát triển không đầy đủ