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Significado de “vein” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "vein" - Diccionario Inglés

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veinnoun

uk   us   /veɪn/
  • vein noun (TUBE)

C1 [C] a ​tube that ​carriesblood to the ​heart from the other ​parts of the ​body [C] the ​frame of a ​leaf or an insect's ​wing

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(Definition of vein from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "vein" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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veinnoun

 us   /veɪn/
  • vein noun (TUBE)

[C] biology a ​tube that ​carriesblood to the ​heart from the other ​parts of the ​body [C] biology A vein is also any of the many ​smalltubes in the ​leaves of ​plants that ​carrysap (= ​liquidcontaining a plant's ​food)
  • vein noun (LAYER)

[C] a ​layer of a ​substance in a ​crack in ​rocks or ​earth: a vein of ​ironore
  • vein noun (MOOD)

[U] a ​style or a ​temporarymood: She ​published many ​novels and ​stories in the ​romantic vein then ​popular.
(Definition of vein from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “vein”
en coreano 정맥…
en árabe وَريد…
in Malaysian vena, urat…
en francés veine, nervure…
en ruso вена, жилка…
en chino (tradicionál) 管, 靜脈, 葉脈…
en italiano vena…
en turco damar, kan damarı…
en polaco żyła, żyłka, nerw…
en español vena, nervio…
in Vietnamese tĩnh mạch, gân lá…
en portugués veia…
in Thai เส้นเลือดดำ, เส้นใบไม้…
en alemán die Vene, der Blattnerv…
en catalán vena…
en japonés 血管…
en chino (simplificado) 管, 静脉, 叶脉…
in Indonesian pembuluh darah, urat…
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