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Meaning of “syringe” in the English Dictionary

"syringe" in British English

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syringenoun [C]

uk   us   /sɪˈrɪndʒ/
a ​hollow, cylinder-shaped ​piece of ​equipment used for ​suckingliquid out of something or ​pushingliquid into something, ​especially one with a ​needle that can be put under the ​skin and used to injectdrugs, ​removesmallamounts of ​blood, etc.

syringeverb [T]

uk   us   /sɪˈrɪndʒ/ UK
(Definition of syringe from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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syringenoun [C]

 us   /səˈrɪndʒ/
a ​tube for ​collectingblood or other ​liquids or for putting ​liquids into the ​body usually through a ​needle that can be put under the ​skin: As a ​diabetic, she uses a syringe to ​inject herself with ​insulin.
(Definition of syringe from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “syringe”
in Korean 주사기…
in Arabic حُقْنة…
in Malaysian picagari…
in French seringue…
in Russian шприц…
in Chinese (Traditional) 注射器,注射筒…
in Italian siringa…
in Turkish şırınga, enjektör…
in Polish strzykawka…
in Spanish jeringa…
in Vietnamese ống tiêm…
in Portuguese seringa…
in Thai กระบอกฉีด, เข็มฉีดยา…
in German die Spritze…
in Catalan xeringa…
in Japanese 注射器…
in Chinese (Simplified) 注射器,注射筒…
in Indonesian alat suntik…
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