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blood

noun [U]
 
 
/blʌd/
RED LIQUID A2 the red liquid that flows around your body: a blood test/sampleThe circulatory system and blood
FAMILY ORIGIN the family or place that you come from: There's Spanish blood in me.Ancestors and descendants
be in your blood If something is in your blood, you and other people in your family are interested in it or good at it: Sailing is in my blood.Ancestors and descendants
→  See also your own flesh and blood , bad blood , in cold blood , new blood
Translations of “blood”
in Arabic دَمّ…
in Korean 피…
in Malaysian darah…
in French sang…
in Turkish kan, kan bağı…
in Italian sangue…
in Chinese (Traditional) 液體, 血,血液…
in Russian кровь…
in Polish krew…
in Vietnamese máu…
in Spanish sangre…
in Portuguese sangue…
in Thai เลือด…
in German das Blut, die Abstammung…
in Catalan sang…
in Japanese 血, 血液…
in Indonesian darah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 液体, 血,血液…
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