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Translation of "haemophilia" - English-Turkish dictionary

haemophilia

noun [U] UK ( US hemophilia)
 
 
/ˌhiːməˈfɪliə/
a serious disease in which the flow of blood from someone's body cannot be stopped when they are hurt
kanın pıhtılaşmaması hastalığı, hemofili
Disorders and diseases of the heart and blood
haemophiliac UK ( US hemophiliac) noun [C] someone who has haemophilia
hemofili hastası
Disorders and diseases of the heart and blood
Translations of “haemophilia”
in Arabic مَرَض نَزْف الدَمّ (هيموفيليا)…
in Korean 혈우병…
in Malaysian hemofilia…
in Italian emofilia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 血友病…
in Russian гемофилия…
in Polish hemofilia…
in Vietnamese bệnh máu khó đông…
in Spanish hemofilia…
in Portuguese hemofilia…
in Thai โรคฮีโมฟิเลีย…
in Catalan hemofília…
in Japanese 血友病…
in Indonesian hemofilia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 血友病…
(Definition of haemophilia from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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