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bile

noun /bail/
(biology) a yellowish thick bitter fluid in the liver
bilis, hiel
She was coughing up bile.
anger or irritability
mal genio
His speech was full of bile aimed mainly at the government.
bilious /ˈbiljəs/ adjective of, or affected by, too much bile
bilioso; biliar
a bilious attack.
biliousness noun
mal genio; trastornos biliares
She has been suffering from biliousness recently.
Translations of “bile”
in Vietnamese mật, tính cáu gắt…
in Thai น้ำดี, ความโกรธ…
in Malaysian hempedu, kemarahan…
in French bile, mauvaise humeur…
in German die Galle, die Reizbarkeit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膽汁, 憤怒,怒氣…
in Indonesian air empedu, marah…
in Russian желчь…
in Turkish safra, öd…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胆汁, 愤怒,怒气…
in Polish żółć…
(Definition of bile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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