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haemophilianoun [U]

UK (US hemophilia) uk   /ˌhiː.məˈfɪl.i.ə/  us   /ˌhiː.məˈfɪl.i.ə/
a rare blood disease in which blood continues to flow after a cut or other injury because one of the substances which causes it to clot does not work correctly
(Definition of haemophilia from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “haemophilia”
in Korean 혈우병…
in Arabic مَرَض نَزْف الدَمّ (هيموفيليا)…
in Malaysian hemofilia…
in Russian гемофилия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 血友病…
in Italian emofilia…
in Turkish kanın pıhtılaşmaması hastalığı, hemofili…
in Polish hemofilia…
in Spanish hemofilia…
in Vietnamese bệnh máu khó đông…
in Portuguese hemofilia…
in Thai โรคฮีโมฟิเลีย…
in Catalan hemofília…
in Japanese 血友病…
in Chinese (Simplified) 血友病…
in Indonesian hemofilia…
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