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veinedadjective

uk   us   /veɪnd/
with many veins, or covered with lines that look like veins: A thin, veined hand lay on the coverlet. veined cheese/marble
-veined
suffix
Translations of “veined”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有靜脈(或葉脈、翅脈)的, 有紋理的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有静脉(或叶脉、翅脉)的, 有纹理的…
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