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Meaning of “gland” - Learner’s Dictionary

gland

noun [C]
 
 
/ɡlænd/
an organ in the body that produces a particular chemical substance or liquid: The glands in my neck are a bit swollen.Substances and structures in the body
Translations of “gland”
in Vietnamese tuyến…
in Spanish glándula…
in Thai ต่อม…
in Malaysian kelenjar…
in French glande…
in German die Drüse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 腺…
in Indonesian kelenjar…
in Russian железа, лимфатический узел…
in Turkish salgı bezi, salgı üreten organ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 腺…
in Polish gruczoł…
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