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artery

noun /ˈaːtəri/ ( plural arteries)
(anatomy) a blood-vessel that carries the blood from the heart through the body
arteria
As blood travels through the arteries, it pushes against the sides of these blood vessels.
a main route of travel and transport
arteria
Traffic is heavy on all major arteries into the city.
arterial /aːˈtiəriəl/ adjective
arterial; de primer orden
arterial disease arterial roads.
Translations of “artery”
in Korean 동맥…
in Arabic شِرْيان…
in French artère…
in Italian arteria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 血液, 動脈…
in Russian артерия, магистраль…
in Turkish atardamar, trafikte ana arter…
in Polish tętnica, arteria…
in Portuguese artéria…
in German die Arterie, die Hauptverkehrsstraße…
in Catalan artèria…
in Japanese 動脈…
in Chinese (Simplified) 血液, 动脉…
(Definition of artery from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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