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bloodstream

noun [S] uk   /ˈblʌd.striːm/ us  
the flow of blood around the body: The drug works more quickly if it is injected directly into the bloodstream.
Translations of “bloodstream”
in Chinese (Traditional) (體內的)血流…
in Russian кровь, кровоток…
in Turkish kan dolaşımı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (体内的)血流…
in Polish krwiobieg, krew…
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