Meaning of “syringe” in the English Dictionary

"syringe" in British English

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syringenoun [ C ]

uk /sɪˈrɪndʒ/ us /səˈrɪndʒ/

a hollow, cylinder-shaped piece of equipment used for sucking liquid out of something or pushing liquid into something, especially one with a needle that can be put under the skin and used to inject drugs, remove small amounts of blood, etc.

syringeverb [ T ]

uk /sɪˈrɪndʒ/ us /səˈrɪndʒ/ UK

(Definition of “syringe” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"syringe" in American English

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syringenoun [ C ]

us /səˈrɪndʒ/

a tube for collecting blood 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)