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anaemia

noun /əˈniːmiə/
(medical) a medical condition caused by not having enough red cells in the blood:
anemia
Bleeding due to an injury can lead to anaemia.
anaemic /əˈniːmik/ adjective suffering from anaemia:
anémico
People can become anaemic by not having enough iron in their diet.
Translations of “anaemia”
in Arabic فقر الدم (أنيميا)…
in Korean 빈혈…
in Malaysian anemia…
in French anémie…
in Turkish kansızlık…
in Italian anemia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貧血(症)…
in Russian анемия…
in Polish anemia…
in Vietnamese bệnh thiếu máu…
in Portuguese anemia…
in Thai ภาวะโลหิตจาง…
in German die Blutarmut…
in Catalan anèmia…
in Japanese (英)貧血(症)…
in Indonesian kurang darah, anemia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 贫血(症)…
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