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metastasize

verb [I]
 
 
/metˈæs.tə.saɪz/ specialized
If cancer cells metastasize, they spread to other parts of the body and cause tumours (= a mass of cells) to grow there.
(癌細胞)轉移
Cells
metastasis
 
 
/metˈæs.tə.sɪs/ noun [U] specialized
when cancer cells metastatize
(癌細胞的)轉移
Cells
Translations of “metastasize”
in Chinese (Simplified) (癌细胞)转移…
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