cataract
cataract
noun
1. (medicine) 
My grandmother is starting to lose her eyesight because of cataracts.Mi abuela está empezando a perder la vista debido a las cataratas.
2. (body of water) 
We lost control of the raft and were steadily approaching a cataract at the top of the cliff.Perdimos el control de la balsa y nos acercábamos sin pausa a una catarata que estaba en lo alto del precipicio.
cataract
Noun
1. (in river) 
a. la catarata (F) (medicine) 
cataract [ˈkætərækt]
noun
1 (waterfall) catarata (f)
2 (Med) catarata (f)
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