anaemia Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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anaemianoun [U]

UK (US anemia) uk   us   /əˈniː.mi.ə/
a ​medicalcondition in which there are not enough ​redbloodcells in the ​blood: The ​mainsymptoms of anaemia are ​tiredness and ​pallor.
(Definition of anaemia from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “anaemia”
in Korean 빈혈…
in Arabic فقر الدم (أنيميا)…
in Malaysian anemia…
in French anémie…
in Russian анемия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貧血(症)…
in Italian anemia…
in Turkish kansızlık…
in Polish anemia…
in Spanish 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 Chinese (Simplified) 贫血(症)…
in Indonesian kurang darah, anemia…
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