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transfusionnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /trænsˈfjuː.ʒən/
the process of adding an amount of blood to the body of a person or animal, or the amount of blood itself: She suffered kidney failure and needed a blood transfusion.transfusion of sth the act of putting a new quantity of something powerful, effective, or important into an organization, group, or place: a transfusion of talent/energy/money
Translations of “transfusion”
in Korean 수혈…
in Arabic نَقل الدمّ…
in Portuguese transfusão de sangue…
in Catalan transfusió de sang…
in Japanese 輸血…
in Italian trasfusione di sangue…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輸血, 輸血量…
in Russian переливание крови…
in Turkish kan verme/nakli/aktarımı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 输血, 输血量…
in Polish transfuzja…
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