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bloodless

adjective (PALE) 蒼白的     /ˈblʌd.ləs/
describes a face or skin that is extremely pale (臉或皮膚)無血色的,蒼白的 His face was thin and bloodless. 他的臉瘦削而蒼白。 The skin, and skin colour
Translations of “bloodless”
in Russian бескровный…
in Turkish kansız, kan akıtmadan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 苍白的, (脸或皮肤)无血色的,苍白的…
in Polish bezkrwawy…
(Definition of bloodless adjective (PALE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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