The word insuflan is the present form of insuflar in the third person plural. See the full insuflar conjugation.


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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (medicine)
a. to insufflate
A word or phrase that is only used by experts, professionals, or academics in a particular field (e.g. exposition).
La doctora insufló aire en el abdomen de la paciente para realizar la laparoscopía.The doctor insufflated air into the patient's abdomen to perform the laparoscopy.
b. to blow
El hombre que rescataron del lago comenzó a respirar cuando uno de los paramédicos le insufló aire en los pulmones.The man who was rescued from the lake started breathing when one of the paramedics blew air into his lungs.
2. (to inject)
a. to breathe
Me encanta la manera en que esta escritora insufla vida en sus personajes.I love the way this writer breathes life into her characters.
b. to give
Donna le insufló el valor para salir a escena.Donna gave him the courage to go on stage.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (general)
a. to insufflate
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transitive verb
1 (Med)
insuflar aire a algo to blow air into something
sus palabras insuflaron vida al proyecto his words breathed life into the project; insufló aires de esperanza a la vida política he breathed new hope into politics
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