Related formspost-Cae·sar·e·an, adjective
Definition for caesarean (2 of 2)
noun (sometimes lowercase)
Related formspost-Ce·sar·e·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for caesarean
But had I needed an epidural, had something gone wrong and I needed a caesarean, that would have been OK, too.
He had threatened to stop examining her if she continued to refuse a caesarean section.
One Caesarean section: roughly $23,000, plus the additional cost of having 46 doctors and nurses in the room.
They've decided on the Caesarean, and I haven't got much time.A Choice of Miracles|James A. Cox
One man can do craniotomy, but it requires three to perform the caesarean section.
The story of the Caesarean operation attests the evolution of obstetrics.The Century of Columbus|James J. Walsh
The mortality as regards the mother is about the same as in the caesarean section, but the mortality of the children is higher.
I pulled one of the stories out by the roots, and left the other one—a kind of literary Caesarean operation.Those Extraordinary Twins|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
British Dictionary definitions for caesarean (1 of 2)
Caesarian US Cesarean or Cesarian (sɪˈzɛərɪən)
- short for Caesarean section
- (as modifier)Caesarean birth; Caesarean operation