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Translation of "bloodstained" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

bloodstained

adjective     /ˈblʌd.steɪnd/
with marks of blood on it 有血跡的,沾染著血的 Bloodstained clothing was found near the scene. 在現場附近發現了沾有血跡的衣服。 Dirty and untidy
Translations of “bloodstained”
in Russian запачканный кровью…
in Turkish kanlı, kan bulaşmış, kan izi olan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有血迹的,沾染着血的…
in Polish zakrwawiony…
(Definition of bloodstained from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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