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bile

noun [U]  /bɑɪl/ us  
biology a bitter, yellow liquid produced by the liver (= organ in the body) that helps to break down fats so that you can digest them Bile is also a strong feeling of anger.
Translations of “bile”
in Spanish bilis, hiel, mal genio…
in French bile, mauvaise humeur…
in German die Galle, die Reizbarkeit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膽汁, 憤怒,怒氣…
in Russian желчь…
in Turkish safra, öd…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胆汁, 愤怒,怒气…
in Polish żółć…
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