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Meaning of “intravenous” - Learner’s Dictionary

intravenous

adjective     /ˌɪntrəˈviːnəs/
Intravenous medicines or drugs are put directly into your veins (= tubes that carry your blood).The circulatory system and blood
intravenously adverb
Translations of “intravenous”
in Chinese (Traditional) 進入靜脈的, 靜脈的…
in Russian внутривенный…
in Turkish damardan, damardan zerk edilen/verilen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 进入静脉的, 静脉的…
in Polish dożylny…
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