swab en Inglés
n. large mop; (Medicine) small piece of absorbent material attached to a stick (used to administer medication, take cultures for microscopic examination, etc.)
"I need to get started," I said, getting swabs and a chemical thermometer out of my case.
“Thanks,” murmured Quoyle to the waitress, swabbing his plate with a bun.
But I did swab them, and maybe that will help.
We got a boat specially sterilized fore and aft, swabbed clean as a bound’s tooth.
Nor can the seaman who swabs the decks. Nor can the salvage company manager.
Nor can the seaman who swabs the decks.
"I'm back swabbing the decks on the Lincoln."
A smaller group went to the Ra'ikiyah gas plant and carried out a radiometric survey and took swab samples there.
Angelo secretly took a swab of her saliva and had her D.N.A. tested.
Astrid, can you hand me a cotton swab?