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Translation of "liver" - English-Spanish dictionary

liver

noun   /ˈlɪv·ər/
a part in your body that cleans your blood hígado
[no plural] the liver of an animal that is eaten by people hígado
(Definition of liver from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

liver

noun /ˈlivə/
(anatomy) a large organ in the body which purifies the blood hígado a liver transplant.
this organ in certain animals used as food. paté de hígado
(Definition of liver from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “liver”
in Korean 간…
in Arabic كَبِد, كِبْدة…
in Malaysian hati…
in French foie…
in Russian печень, печенка, ливер…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肝,肝臟…
in Italian fegato…
in Turkish karaciğer, (hayvan) ciğer…
in Polish wątroba, wątróbka…
in Vietnamese gan, bộ gan…
in Portuguese fígado…
in Thai ตับ…
in German die Leber…
in Catalan fetge…
in Japanese 肝臓, (食用の)レバー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肝,肝脏…
in Indonesian hati…
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