05532225-n 'tubular passage of mucous membrane and muscle extending about 8.3 meters from mouth to anus';
Catalan tub digestiu
Chinese (simplified) 消化道
Greek πεπτική οδός
English alimentary canal , alimentary tract , digestive tube , digestive tract , gastrointestinal tract , GI tract
Basque digeri-bide , digeri-hodi
Farsi جهاز هاضمه
Finnish ruoansulatuskanava , ruuansulatuskanava , maha-suolikanava
French système digestif humain , tube digestif , appareil digestif , système gastro-intestinal , Système digestif humain
Galician tracto gastrointestinal , aparello dixestivo , conduto gastrointestinal , canle alimentaria , tubo dixestivo
Croatian GI trakt , probavni trakt , alimentarni trakt , probavni sistem , gastrointestinalni trakt , probavni sustav
Italian tubo digerente
Japanese 消化管
Dutch maag-darmstelsel , spijsverteringskanaal
Portuguese aparelho digestivo
Romanian tubdigestiv
Slovak tráviaca trubica , žalúdočno-črevný trakt , gastrointestinálny trakt , zažívací trakt , tráviaci trakt
Slovene prebavni trakt
Thai ทางเดินอาหาร , ช่องทางเดินอาหาร
Definitions
Slovene
pri mnogoceličarjih sistem organov, ki sprejemajo hrano, jo prebavljajo, da iz nje dobijo energijo in hranila, ter izločajo neuporabne ostanke
Japanese
口から肛門まで、長さ約8.3メートルの粘膜と筋肉から成る管状の通路; 消化と排泄の機能
Romanian
formațiune anatomică în formă de tub, având aproximativ 8,3 metri de la gură până la anus, cu funcții în digestie și eliminare
Greek
σωληνοειδής αγωγός βλεννώδους μεμβράνης και μυών που εκτείνεται από το στόμα στον πρωκτό
English
tubular passage of mucous membrane and muscle extending about 8.3 meters from mouth to anus; functions in digestion and elimination
Relations
Hyponym: enteron
Hypernym: duct
Meronym–Part: esophagus large_intestine small_intestine stomach throat
Holonym–Part: digestive_system
Semantic Field: bodyn
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ BodyVessel

TempoWN: (Past: 0.001; Present: 0.373; Future: 0.000)

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