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You should not smoke if you are pregnant.
I was eight months pregnant at the time.
She's been trying to get pregnant for a year now.
I remember I was pregnant with Jenny when we moved here.
He had started seeing Freda and got her pregnant.
a heavily pregnant woman
This is the British English definition of pregnant. View American English definition of pregnant.
happy and positive because you are confident that you will get what you want
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