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vein

noun   /veɪn/
one of the tubes in your body that carries blood to your heart vena
in the same vein
in the same style of speaking or writing en el mismo tono
(Definition of vein from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vein

noun /vein/
(anatomy) any of the tubes that carry the blood back to the heart vena varicose veins.
(biology) a similar-looking line on a leaf. vena, nervio
(Definition of vein from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “vein”
in Korean 정맥…
in Arabic وَريد…
in Malaysian vena, urat…
in French veine, nervure…
in Russian вена, жилка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 管, 靜脈, 葉脈…
in Italian vena…
in Turkish damar, kan damarı…
in Polish żyła, żyłka, nerw…
in Vietnamese tĩnh mạch, gân lá…
in Portuguese veia…
in Thai เส้นเลือดดำ, เส้นใบไม้…
in German die Vene, der Blattnerv…
in Catalan vena…
in Japanese 血管…
in Chinese (Simplified) 管, 静脉, 叶脉…
in Indonesian pembuluh darah, urat…
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