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Dictionary Finnish English: blood

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FinnishEnglish
NOUN1   a Blood | Bloods
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NOUN2   blood | -
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VERB  to blood | blooded | blooded ... 
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SYNO   blood | profligate | rake ... 
veri {noun}blood
2 Words: Others
verenpunainen {adj}blood red
2 Words: Nouns
biol lää trombosyytti {noun}(blood) platelet
biol lää verihiutale {noun}(blood) platelet
lää veripankki {noun}blood bank
lää verisyöpä {noun}blood cancer
biol verisolu {noun}blood cell
biol verenkierto {noun}blood circulation
lää verihyytymä {noun}blood clot
lää verenkuva {noun}blood count
lää verenluovutus {noun}blood donation
lää verenluovuttaja {noun}blood donor
lää veriryhmä {noun}blood group
verenhukka {noun}blood loss
tähdi. verikuu {noun} [puhe.]blood moon
biol verineste {noun}blood plasma
biol veriplasma {noun}blood plasma
lää verenmyrkytys {noun}blood poisoning
lää verenpaine {noun}blood pressure
verisukulainen {noun}blood relation
verisukulainen {noun}blood relative
veritahra {noun}blood stain
anat. lää verensokeri {noun}blood sugar
lää verikoe {noun}blood test
farmasia lää verenohennuslääke {noun}blood thinner [coll.] [anticoagulant]
lää verensiirto {noun}blood transfusion
lää veriryhmä {noun}blood type
anat. verisuoni {noun}blood vessel
3 Words: Others
kylmäverisesti {adv}in cold blood
3 Words: Nouns
veren alkoholipitoisuus {noun}blood alcohol level <BAL>
lää verenpainemittari {noun}blood pressure meter
lää diastolinen verenpaine {noun}diastolic blood pressure <DBP>
verenhukka {noun}loss of blood
biol lää erytrosyytti {noun}red blood cell <RBC>
lää systolinen verenpaine {noun}systolic blood pressure
biol leukosyytti {noun}white blood cell <WBC>
biol valkosolu {noun}white blood cell <WBC>
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. gastr. T
orn. T
orn. T
orn. T
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