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gall bladder

noun [C] uk   us  
a small organ in the body like a bag connected to the liver which stores bile (= a bitter liquid that helps to digest food): She had an operation to remove a stone from her gall bladder.
Translations of “gall bladder”
in Chinese (Traditional) 膽囊…
in Russian желчный пузырь…
in Turkish safra kesesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胆囊…
in Polish woreczek lub pęcherzyk żółciowy…
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