blood

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Englisch - Türkisch
kan

O, her gün kan basıncı ölçtürmek zorundadır. - He has to have his blood pressure taken every day.

Döşemenin her tarafında kan vardı. - There was blood all over the floor.

dem
(Tıp) test kan tahlili
akrabalık
kan bağı

Sen hiç kan bağışladın mı? - Have you ever donated blood?

Bu öğleden sonra kan bağışladım. - I donated blood this afternoon.

huy
mizaç
soy
kan cisimciği
kan rabıtası
{i} yapı

Tom'a kan nakli yapıldı. - Tom was given a blood transfusion.

nesep soy
(Tıp) Kan, sanguis
blood blister kan oturması
blood count kan sayımı
blood bank kan bankası
kan dökme

Daha fazla kan dökmek istemedim. - I didn't expect more bloodshed.

Sadece herhangi bir kan dökme olmasını istemiyorum. - I just don't want there to be any bloodshed.

bitkilerin suyu
(isim) Numan
kanlar
blood pressure
tansiyon

Yüksek tansiyonum var. - I have high blood pressure.

Hastanın nabız ve tansiyonu normal. - The patient's pulse and blood pressure are normal.

bloodless
{s} kansız
blood clot
kan pıhtısı

Bir kan pıhtısı cilt üzerinde ortaya çıktığında iyidir ve vücut içinde ortaya çıktığında kötüdür. - A blood clot is good when it occurs on the skin and bad when it occurs within the body.

blood stream
kan akımı
blood banks
(Tıp) kan bankaları
blood cells
(Tıp) kan hücreleri
blood chit
(Askeri) kan tezkeresi
blood donors
(Tıp) kan vericiler
blood flow
(Tıp) kan dolaşımı
blood groups
(Tıp) kan grupları
blood meal
(Tarım) kan unu
blood money
(Kanun) kan parası
blood money
(Konuşma Dili) kanlı para
blood orange
kan portakal
blood plasma
(Tıp) plazma
blood revenge
kan davası
blood serum
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kan serumu
blood steam
(Denizbilim) kan akımı
blood sucker
(Konuşma Dili) şantajcı
blood sucker
(Konuşma Dili) başkalarını sömüren kimse
blood sucker
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sülük
blood supply
(Tıp) kan sağlama
blood supply
(Tıp) kan akımı
blood supply
(Tıp) kan akışı
blood tests
(Tıp) kan testleri
blood vessel
(Anatomi) reg
blood volume
(Tıp) volemi
blood will tell
(deyim) armut dibine düşermiş
blood will tell
(deyim) armut dibine düşer: insanların nesilleri de kendilerine benzer
blood agar
kanlı agar
blood bank
kan bankası

Bu vampir kan bankası için çalışır. - This vampire works for a blood bank.

blood blister
kan oturması
blood brain barrier
kan beyin bariyeri
blood brother
kan kardeşi
blood cell
kan hücresi
blood circulation
kan dolaşımı
blood clotting
kan pıhtılaşması
blood corpuscle
kan yuvarı
blood corpuscle
kan cisimciği
blood count
kan sayımı
blood donation
kan bağışı
blood donor
kan bağışında bulunan kimse
blood dyscrasia
kan diskrazisi
blood exchange
kan değişimi
blood factors
kan faktörleri
blood feud
kan davası
blood group
kan türkümü
blood heat
kan sıcaklığı
blood heat
kan ısısı
blood horse
saf kan at
blood line
nesil
blood money
diyet
blood money
kiralık katillere verilen para
blood money
adam öldürtmek için ödenen para
blood orange
kan portakalı
blood plasma
kan plazması
blood platelet
trombosit
blood poisoning
kan zehirlenmesi
blood pressure
kan basıncı

Yüksek kan basıncından rahatsızlık çekiyor. - He suffered from high blood pressure.

Tom kan basıncını ölçtürdü. - Tom had his blood pressure taken.

blood related
akraba
blood relation
kan bağı
blood relation
akraba
blood relationship
kan bağı
blood serum
serum
blood smear
kan lekesi
blood smear
kan yayması
blood sugar
kan şekeri
blood test
kan tahlili
blood test
kan türkümü
blood tissue
kan dokusu
blood transfusion
kan nakli
blood type
kan türkümü
blood vascular system
kan damarları jüyesi
blood vessel
kan damarı

Beyninde bir kan damarı patladı. - A blood vessel burst inside his brain.

blood and guts
kan ve bağırsaklar
blood brother
Kan kardeşi, kanka
blood cancer
kan kanseri
blood cells reproducing
kan yaptırıcı
blood chemistry
kanın yapısı
blood cholesterol test
kan kolesterol testi
blood clots
kan pıhtıları
blood curdling
kan tüyler ürpertici
blood disease
kan hastalığı
blood diseases
kan hastalıkları
blood draw
Kan alma
blood incompatibility
kan uyuşmazlığı
blood libel
kan iftirası
blood lily
kan zambak
blood phlegm
(Tıp, İlaç) Kanlı balgam
blood pressure cuff
(Tıp, İlaç) Tansiyon aleti
blood pressure gauge
(Tıp, İlaç) Tansiyon ölçme aleti
blood pressure monitor
Tansiyon aleti
blood red
kan kırmızı
blood relative
Kan bağıyla bağlı olunan akraba
blood run cold
Kanı donmak
blood sample
kan tahlili
blood sucker
kan emici
blood thirsty
kan susuz
blood ties
kan bağı
blood type
kan grubu

Tom'un kan grubunun ne olduğunu bilmek istiyorum. - I want to know what Tom's blood type is.

Kan grubunu biliyor musun? - Do you know your blood type?

blood urea nitrogen
kan üre nitrojen
blood urea nitrogen
(Tıp, İlaç) Kan üre azotu
blood value
kan değeri
blood-letting
kan icar
blood-soaked
kana batırılmış
blood-sucking
kan emici
blood-tight
kan geçirmez
blood-tingling
kan ürperten
bloodless
duygusuz
bloodless
insanca duygulardan yoksun
bloodless
ilgisiz
bloodless
öldürücü olmayan
bloodless
cansız
bloodless
ruhsuz
blood pressure
tansiyon ölçme
blood clot
pıhtı

Bir kan pıhtısı cilt üzerinde ortaya çıktığında iyidir ve vücut içinde ortaya çıktığında kötüdür. - A blood clot is good when it occurs on the skin and bad when it occurs within the body.

blood donor
kan bağışçısı

Tom düzenli bir kan bağışçısı. - Tom is a regular blood donor.

blood donor
kan veren kimse
blood feud
kandavası
blood group
kan grubu
blood vessel
anat. kan damarı
blood vessel
damar

Beyninde bir kan damarı patladı. - A blood vessel burst inside his brain.

Hemşire damardan enjeksiyon yaptı. - The nurse hit a blood vessel.

blooded
{s} safkan
blooded
saf kan
blooded
{s} cins
blooded
{s} kanlı
bloodless
beyaz
bloodless
ruhsuz/kansız
bloodless
{s} kan dökmeden yapılan
bloodless
{s} solgun
bloodless
{s} hissiz
bloodless
kan dökmeden olan
bloodless
kuvvetsiz bloodlesslykan dökmeden
bloodless
renksiz
bloodlessly
kansız bir şekilde
bloodlessly
duygusuz bir şekilde
bloodlessly
solgun bir halde
bloodlessly
renksiz olarak
bloodlessness
kansızlık
bloodlessness
(Tıp) Kansızlık, anemi
the blood
kan dolaşımı/deveranı circulation of
Englisch - Englisch
A member of the LA gang The Bloods
To let blood (from); to bleed

Mr Western, who imputed these symptoms in his daughter to her fall, advised her to be presently blooded by way of prevention.

The sap or juice which flows in or from plants

Look at a leaf. On it are many little raised lines which reach out to all parts of the leaf and back to the stem and twig. These are veins, full of the tree's blood. It is white and looks very much like water;.

To cause something to be covered with blood; to bloody
A vital liquid flowing in the bodies of many types of animals that usually conveys nutrients and oxygen. In vertebrates, it is colored red by hemoglobin, is conveyed by arteries and veins, is pumped by the heart and is usually generated in bone marrow
A family relationship due to birth, such as that between siblings; contrasted with relationships due to marriage or adoption. (See blood relative, blood relation, by blood.)
To initiate into warfare or a blood sport
A blood test or blood sample
the shedding of blood resulting in murder; "he avenged the blood of his kinsmen"
{n} a fluid which circulates in anmals, a family, race, life, death, rake, guilt, punishment for shedding blood, carnal part opposed to spiritual, vegetable sap
{v} to stain with or let blood, to bleed
Blood is a Substance that nourishes; moistens; and houses the Shen
Anyone who's an expert, sage or a professional at his work A champion gladiator can be a blood, just like a practiced sorceror Calling someone a blood is a mark of high respect
n red fluid in the body
emphasis If you say that something makes your blood run cold or makes your blood freeze, you mean that it makes you feel very frightened. The rage in his eyes made her blood run cold He could hear a sudden roaring. His blood froze
The fluid that circulates in the principal vascular system of human being and other vertebrates: consisting of plasma in which the red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets are suspended
You can use blood to refer to the race or social class of someone's parents or ancestors. There was Greek blood in his veins
An expert, sage, or professional in any field A champion gladiator can be a blood, as can a practiced sorcerer Calling someone a blood is a mark of high respect
Temper of mind; disposition; state of the passions; as if the blood were the seat of emotions
CDC 10 ug/dl
Blood in the CSF eg due to trauma, subarachnoid haemorrhage
G129 haima, hah'-ee-mah; of uncert der ; blood, lit (of men or animals), fig (the juice of grapes) or spec (the atoning blood of Christ); by impl bloodshed, also kindred: --blood
Descent; lineage; especially, honorable birth; the highest royal lineage
The fluid which circulates in the principal vascular system of animals, carrying nourishment to all parts of the body, and bringing away waste products to be excreted
a dissolute man in fashionable society
A bloodthirsty or murderous disposition
temperament or disposition; "a person of hot blood" the fluid (red in vertebrates) that is pumped by the heart; "blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and carries waste products away"; "the ancients believed that blood was the seat of the emotions" people viewed as members of a group; "we need more young blood in this organization" smear with blood, as in a hunting initiation rite, where the face of a person is smeared with the blood of the kill
emphasis If you say that someone sweats blood trying to do something, you are emphasizing that they try very hard to do it. I had to sweat blood for an M.A
The shedding of blood; the taking of life, murder; manslaughter; destruction
the life-maintaining fluid which is made up of plasma, red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and platelets; blood circulates through the body's heart, arteries, veins, and capillaries; it carries away waste matter and carbon dioxide, and brings nourishment, electrolytes, hormones, vitamins, antibodies, heat, and oxygen to the tissues
n darah
is the red fluid which the heart pumps around the body
A buck, an aristocratic rowdy A term taken from blood horses “A blood or dandy about town ”- Thackeray: Vanity Fair, chap x p 49
emphasis If you say that something makes your blood boil, you are emphasizing that it makes you very angry. It makes my blood boil to think two thugs decided to pick on an innocent young girl
the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors"
{f} let blood, drain blood for medical purposes
Descent from parents of recognized breed; excellence or purity of breed
flesh and blood: see flesh own flesh and blood: see flesh. to give someone their first experience of an activity, especially a difficult or unpleasant one. Circulatory fluid (see circulation) in multicellular animals. In many species it also carries hormones and disease-fighting substances. Blood picks up oxygen from the lungs and nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract and carries them to cells throughout the body for metabolism. It picks up carbon dioxide and other wastes from those cells and transports them to the lungs and excretory organs. Blood composition varies among species. Mammalian blood consists of plasma, red and white cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes), and platelets (thrombocytes). Blood disorders include polycythemia (abnormal increase in the number of circulating red blood cells), anemia, leukemia, and hemophilia. See also ABO blood-group system; blood analysis; blood bank; blood pressure; blood transfusion; blood typing; Rh blood-group system. red blood corpuscle red blood cell high blood pressure low blood pressure white blood cell blood poisoning ABO blood group system blood analysis blood bank blood pressure blood transfusion blood typing Rh blood group system
Relationship by descent from a common ancestor; consanguinity; kinship
Fluid like material for transporting oxygen to the muscles
disapproval If something violent and cruel is done in cold blood, it is done deliberately and in an unemotional way. The crime had been committed in cold blood. see also cold-blooded
You can use the expressions new blood, fresh blood, or young blood to refer to people who are brought into an organization to improve it by thinking of new ideas or new ways of doing things. There's been a major reshuffle of the cabinet to bring in new blood
An acronym for Balance Line, Focus and Distance, the four elements of technique
See under Arterial
The juice of anything, especially if red
If you say that someone has a person's blood on their hands, you mean that they are responsible for that person's death. He has my son's blood on his hands. I hope it haunts him for the rest of his days
If you say that there is bad blood between people, you mean that they have argued about something and dislike each other. There is, it seems, some bad blood between Mills and the Baldwins
To stain, smear or wet, with blood
The OSHA Standard refers to human blood, human blood components, and products made with human blood
people viewed as members of a group; "we need more young blood in this organization"
the fluid (red in vertebrates) that is pumped by the heart; "blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and carries waste products away"; "the ancients believed that blood was the seat of the emotions"
A red fluid that circulates through the heart, arteries, capillaries, and veins and contains many types of cells, including red and white blood cells It also carries oxygen and other nutrients to meet the body's energy needs, and removes carbon dioxide and waste products
If a quality or talent is in your blood, it is part of your nature, and other members of your family have it too. Diplomacy was in his blood: his ancestors had been feudal lords He has adventure in his blood
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The fleshy nature of man
To give (hounds or soldiers) a first taste or sight of blood, as in hunting or war
is used as a broad term to describe the physical blood in the body that moistens the muscles, tissues, skin and hair, as well as nourishing the cells and organs
the liquid that circulates in the heart, arteries, and veins
To bleed
Blood is the red liquid that flows inside your body, which you can see if you cut yourself
A man of fire or spirit; a fiery spark; a gay, showy man; a rake
A complex mixture of specialised cells (white cells, red cells, and platelets), proteins, and other molecules, among whose functions are the transport of oxygen and nutrients to body tissues, removal of carbon dioxide and other wastes, transfer of hormonal messages between organs, prevention of bleeding, and transport of antibodies and infection-fighting cells to sites of infection
Whole blood collected from a single donor and processed either for transfusion or further manufacturing [From §606 3(a)]
smear with blood, as in a hunting initiation rite, where the face of a person is smeared with the blood of the kill
To heat the blood of; to exasperate
{i} fluid which flows in the veins and arteries; life; murder, bloodshed
temperament or disposition; "a person of hot blood"
juice
Blood in the Water
A particularly violent water polo match between the USSR and Hungary, played at the 1956 Melbourne Summer Olympics contemporaneously with the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Images of a Hungarian player leaving the pool with a bleeding head wound led to exaggerated reports of blood in the water
blood and tommy
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
blood bank
the range of such blood products stored
blood bank
a place where human blood or blood plasma is typed and stored for use in transfusions
blood banks
plural form of blood bank
blood bath
An upset (as of a game with unexpected results.)
blood bath
A massacre
blood baths
plural form of blood bath
blood bin
A temporary substitution for an visibly-bleeding player who must leave the field of play for first-aid treatment
blood bins
plural form of blood bin
blood blister
A blister filled with blood, usually caused by a sharp pinch to the skin
blood brother
Someone bound to another person in commitment and friendship by a ceremonial mingling of blood
blood brother
A brother by birth
blood brothers
plural form of blood brother
blood cell
Any of the cells found in blood that is erythrocytes and leukocytes, and sometimes including platelets
blood cells
plural form of blood cell
blood clot
A mass of coagulated red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets in a network of fibrin; a thrombus
blood clots
plural form of blood clot
blood corpuscle
A blood cell
blood corpuscles
plural form of blood corpuscle
blood count
A test that gives information about the cells in a patient's blood
blood diamond
A diamond that has been mined in a war zone and sold in order to finance the conflict
blood donor
A person who donates blood for use in transfusion
blood donors
plural form of blood donor
blood drive
An activity, usually charitable, in which persons are requested to donate blood, either to maintain a general supply or in response to a specific shortage or emergency
blood drives
plural form of blood drive
blood eagle
A method of Viking ritual execution, in which the ribs are opened, and the lungs pulled out and arranged to resemble wings
blood feud
A feud between clans or families; vendetta
blood group
A blood type
blood groups
plural form of blood group
blood in the water
In a competitive situation, the exhibition of apparent weakness or vulnerability by one party, especially when this leads to a feeling of vulnerability or greater pressure to perform on the part of the weak party, and/or enhanced expectation of victory by the other(s)

Democrats smell blood in the water. Twelve long years sitting on the sidelines. Twelve lean years. Twelve hungry years.

blood in the water
Alternative spelling of Blood in the Water
blood is thicker than water
Family relations and loyalties are stronger than relationships with people who are not family members

The old clans are scattered now, but blood is thicker than water still, and you're welcome to the fireside of your kinsman!.

blood libel
Any false or purportedly false accusation of murder of a non-Jew by a Jewish person or organization
blood libel
The false accusation that Jews murder non-Jewish children to use their blood for their religious rituals and holidays
blood libel
More generally, any canard or virulent lie about someone
blood libel
Any false or purportedly false accusation of guilt, especially of guilt in mass murder or homicide
blood libels
plural form of blood libel
blood money
Money paid by a killer, or on his behalf, to one of his victims' next of kin
blood orange
A type of orange (Citrus sinensis) notable for its dark, crimson red flesh
blood plasma
The clear fluid portion of blood in which the red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets are suspended; forms serum upon clotting
blood poisoning
The presence in the bloodstream of microorganisms or their toxins in sufficient quantity to cause serious illness
blood poisonings
plural form of blood poisoning
blood pressure
The pressure exerted by the blood against the walls of the arteries and veins; it varies during the heartbeat cycle, and according to a person's age, health and physical condition

the great majority of people who have serious conditions from high blood pressure suffer debilitating illness.

blood pressure
The measurement of a person's blood pressure, expressed as systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure readings

The nurse spent all day taking blood pressures at the hospital.

blood pressures
plural form of blood pressure
blood pudding
blood sausage
blood puddings
plural form of blood pudding
blood red
Of a deep vivid red colour
blood red
A deep vivid red colour

blood red colour:.

blood reds
plural form of blood red
blood relation
A relation through birth, as opposed to marriage
blood relations
plural form of blood relation
blood relative
A person who is related to another through a common ancestor, and not merely by marriage or adoption
blood relatives
plural form of blood relative
blood replacement
A temporary substitution for an visibly-bleeding player who must leave the field of play for first-aid treatment
blood replacements
plural form of blood replacement
blood royal
A member of a Royal House or dynasty who has at least one parent who was born into that particular house or bloodline
blood rule
A rule requiring that a player receive medical attention before continuing to play if he is bleeding or there is blood on him or his clothes
blood rules
plural form of blood rule
blood sample
A sample of blood
blood sausage
a cooked sausage made out of meat (most often pork), blood and various other regional ingredients
blood sausages
plural form of blood sausage
blood serum
The clear fluid obtained from whole blood by removing blood cells, platelets and fibrinogen; it is blood plasma without the fibrinogen
blood sister
A female bound to another one in commitment and friendship by a ceremonial mingling of blood
blood sister
A sister by birth
blood sport
A sport involving the killing or the shedding of blood of animals
blood sugar
the amount of glucose in a person's blood
blood sugar
glucose in the blood
blood supply
Donated blood which is stored in a blood bank

The local blood drive will replenish the area's blood supply.

blood tax
a tax paid by bloodshed; especially, a derogatory term for military conscription

They would have paid their blood-tax, done their own part in the immemorial human warfare against nature..

blood test
A serologic analysis of a sample of blood
blood transfusion
The taking of blood from one individual and inserting it or blood-based products into the circulatory system of another
blood type
A classification of blood that is based on the presence or absence of antigens in the red blood cells of an individual. For the purposes of blood transfusion three antigens referred to as "A", "B" and "RhD" (out of a total of 29) are the most important. Based on their presence the human blood can be classified to A, AB, B, and O blood types which are further divided to Rh positive or negative
blood vessel
referring to any vessel in which blood is carried, such as arteries, capillaries or veins
blood vessels
plural form of blood vessel
blood worm
Any member of the Glycera group
blood worm
The larva of a chironomid (Chironomidae)
blood worm
Alternative name for the blackworm (Lumbriculus variegatus)
blood worms
plural form of blood worm
blood-and-guts
Performed with vigor, ferocity, passion, or violence (especially in competition)
blood-brain barrier
A structure in the central nervous system (CNS) that keeps various substances found in the bloodstream out of the brain while allowing in the substances essential to metabolic function, e.g. oxygen
blood-red
Bright red in color, like the color of fresh blood
blood-tax
Alternative spelling of blood tax
blood-type
Attributive form of blood type, noun

The blood bank needs blood-type data on all donors.

blood-wite
A penalty for committing bloodshed, specifically under Anglo-Saxon law a penalty to be paid to the king or aldorman as distinct from the wergild
blood in
(Ev ile ilgili) See "blood in blood out"
blood in blood out
(Ev ile ilgili) (A term related to gang culture) Blood in: To get into a gang, you got to spill some blood, usually murder. Blood out: The gang is for life. The only way to get out is to die
blood out
(Ev ile ilgili) See "blood in blood out"
blood will tell
(deyim) family characteristics cannot be concealed
blood and guts
[only before noun] full of action or violence: "a blood-and-guts struggle between the two teams"
blood and sand
(deyim) (Blood and sand!) An exclamation of surprise or anger. A mild and antiquated curse
blood collection tube
(Tıp, İlaç) A Vacutainer® blood collection tube is a sterile glass or plastic tube with a closure that is evacuated to create a vacuum inside the tube facilitating the draw of a predetermined volume of liquid
blood curdling
causing a feeling of extreme fearreally very scary
blood drive
A blood donation occurs when a person voluntarily has blood drawn and used for transfusions or made into medications by a process called fractionation
blood flow
Blood flow is the flow of blood in the cardiovascular system
blood gas
An analysis of the dissolved gases in blood plasma, including oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide
blood thinner
A drug used to prevent the formation of blood clots by hindering coagulation of the blood
blood urea nitrogen
(Tıp, İlaç) The blood urea nitrogen (BUN, pronounced "B-U-N") test is a measure of the amount of nitrogen in the blood in the form of urea, and a measurement of renal function. Urea is a by- product from metabolism of proteins by the liver and is removed from the blood by the kidneys
blooded
Simple past tense and past participle of blood
blooded
Descended from

He's a full blooded Apache.

bloodless
lacking emotion, passion or vivacity
bloodless
taking place without loss of blood
bloodless
lacking blood; ashen, anaemic
bloodless
{a} destitute of blood, dead, innocent
Blood pressure
bp
Bloodless
exsanguine
Bloodless
exanguious
Bloods
{i} street gang which began in Los Angeles and has spread throughout the United States (archrivals of the Crips)
blood cell
one of two types of cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes)
blood cell
Any of the cells contained in blood; an erythrocyte or leukocyte; a blood corpuscle
blood cell
either of two types of cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes) and sometimes including platelets
blood cell
{i} haematocyte
blood cell
{i} hemocyte
blood clot
A jelly-like mass of blood tissue formed by clotting factors in the blood Clots stop the flow of blood from an injury; they can also form inside an artery whose walls are damaged by atherosclerotic buildup and can cause a heart attack or stroke
blood clot
Gelatinous mass made up of red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes) and platelets in the meshwork of the protein fibrin' it results from the process of blood coagulation
blood clot
a clumping in the blood stream, primarily of platelets, with fibrin and cells
blood clot
soft lump or thickened mass of blood
blood clot
血塊
blood clot
A mass of blood tissue formed by clotting factors in the blood Clots can stop the flow of blood from an injury They can also form inside an artery whose walls are damaged by atherosclerotic buildup (causing a heart attack or stroke)
blood clot
A semisolid gelatinous mass of coagulated blood that consists of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets entrapped in a fibrin network
blood clot
a gelled mass of blood tissue
blood clot
A coagulated mass of blood cells which forms when blood vessels are injured
blood clot
a semisolid mass of coagulated red and white blood cells
blood clot
a thick, gelled mass of blood
blood clot
The conversion of blood into a semisolid gel
blood clot
the conversion of blood from a liquid form to a solid form through the process of coagulation
blood clotting
a process in which liquid blood is changed into a semisolid mass (a blood clot)
blood donor
A blood donor is someone who gives some of their blood so that it can be used in operations. someone who gives their blood to be used in the medical treatment of other people
blood donor
person who contributes blood to a blood bank
blood donor
someone who gives blood to be used for transfusions
blood feud
A blood feud is a long-lasting, bitter disagreement between two or more groups of people, particularly family groups. Blood feuds often involve members of each group murdering or fighting with members of the other. = vendetta. A feud involving the members of a family or clan. a quarrel between people or families that lasts for many years, in which each side murders or injures members of the other side
blood feud
fight between members of a family
blood group
people whose blood (usually just the red blood cells) has the same antigens
blood group
type of blood (type "O", type "B+", etc.)
blood group
Someone's blood group is the type of blood that they have in their body. There are four main types: A, B, AB, and O. = blood type. Any of several immunologically distinct, genetically determined classes of human blood that are based on the presence or absence of certain antigens and are clinically identified by characteristic agglutination reactions. Also called blood type. one of the classes into which human blood can be separated, including A, B, AB and O American Equivalent: blood type
blood money
Money paid to the next of kin of a person who has been killed by another
blood money
If someone makes a payment of blood money to the family of someone who has been killed, they pay that person's family a sum of money as compensation. Defence lawyers have still not agreed to terms for payment of blood money to the victims' families
blood money
paid to a hired murderer a reward for information about a murderer compensation paid to the family of a murdered person
blood money
Blood money is money that is paid to someone for murdering someone
blood money
Money obtained as the price, or at the cost, of another's life; said of a reward for supporting a capital charge, of money obtained for betraying a fugitive or for committing murder, or of money obtained from the sale of that which will destroy the purchaser
blood money
money received in exchange for murder; ransom
blood pressure
blood pressure, force exerted by blood upon the walls of the arteries It is initiated by the pumping action of the heart, and pressure waves can be felt at the wrist and other PULSE points Blood pressure is strongest in the aorta, where the blood leaves the HEART, and diminishes progressively in the smaller vessels Contraction of the heart (systole) produces the highest pressure, while heart relaxation (diastole) reduces the pressure to its lowest point Pressure is measured at the brachial artery in the forearm (for consistency) in millimeters of mercury; pressures of about 120/80 (systolic/diastolic) are considered normal in young people Conditions involving high blood pressure include HYPERTENSION and STROKE 1
blood pressure
the pressure of the circulating blood against the walls of the blood vessels; results from the systole of the left ventricle of the heart; sometimes measured for a quick evaluation of a person's health; "adult blood pressure is considered normal at 120/80 where the first number is the systolic pressure and the second is the diastolic pressure
blood pressure
The pressure existing in the arteries The pressure is reported as two numbers: the systolic pressure or "top" number which is the pressure when the heart actively pumps blood or contracts, and the diasolic pressure or "bottom pressure" which is the pressure when the heart relaxes or is filling up with blood An example of normal blood pressure is 120/80
blood pressure
Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by the flow of blood through the arteries of the body This pressure is greatest during the contraction of the ventricles of the heart (systolic pressure), which forces blood into the arterial system Pressure falls to its lowest level when the heart is filling with blood (diastolic pressure)
blood pressure
the force or pressure exerted by the heart when pumping blood; the pressure of blood in the arteries
blood pressure
is the pressure of blood on arterial walls It is produced by heart contractions and depends on the elasticity of the arterial walls and the volume of blood Normal blood pressure for an adult is 120/80
blood pressure
The pressure of the blood on the walls of the blood vessels Measured in two numbers The first, systolic pressure (top number), measures the pressure of the blood against the artery walls as the heart contracts The second (bottom number), diastolic pressure, measures the pressure against the artery walls when the heart relaxes between beats Normal blood pressure is 120/80 mm Hg
blood pressure
Your blood pressure is the amount of force with which your blood flows around your body. Your doctor will monitor your blood pressure Prime Minister Pavlov had been taken ill with high blood pressure. The pressure exerted by the blood against the walls of the blood vessels, especially the arteries. It varies with the strength of the heartbeat, the elasticity of the arterial walls, the volume and viscosity of the blood, and a person's health, age, and physical condition. the force with which blood travels through your body. Force originating when the heart's pumping pushes the blood against the walls of the blood vessels. Their stretching and contraction help maintain blood flow. Usually measured over an arm or leg artery in humans, blood pressure is expressed as two numbers; normal adult blood pressure is about 120/80 mm of mercury. The higher number (systolic) is measured when the heart's ventricles contract and the lower (diastolic) when they relax. See also hypertension, hypotension
blood pressure
the pressure of blood in the arteries as it is being pumped around the body by the heart
blood pressure
Force exerted against the heart and blood vessel walls by the blood (systolic and diastolic)
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