داستان آبیدیک

blood

blʌd


فارسی

1 عمومی:: خون، خون‌، تنی، خویشاوندی‌، نژاد، خوی‌، نسبت‌، خون آلودکردن، دم، (مج) نیرو، مزاج‌

شبکه مترجمین ایران

english

1 general:: noun red body fluid: Blood was all over his shirt.

Simple Definitions

2 general:: blood verbs lose blood (= from a cut or wound ) • He had lost a lot of blood and was very weak. give/donate blood (= provide blood from your body for the medical treatment of other people ) • The Health Service is asking for more people to donate blood. draw blood (= make someone bleed ) • He touched me with the knife and it drew blood. blood flows • A quick walk will get the blood in your legs flowing again. blood trickles (= moves slowly ) • The blood was beginning to trickle down his leg. blood oozes (= comes out slowly ) • Blood was oozing from her forehead. be covered in blood • His face was covered in blood. blood gushes/streams (= moves fast ) • A man was lying in the street with blood gushing from his head. blood clots (= forms a mass and stops flowing ) • The blood should clot and stop the wound from bleeding. be caked with blood (= covered with dry blood ) • The cat's fur was caked with blood. be spattered/splattered with blood (= covered with small spots of blood ) • Today the only sign of violence is the walls spattered with blood. blood + NOUN blood pressure (= the force with which blood moves through your body ) • High blood pressure increases the risk of a heart attack. somebody's blood type/group (= one of the different types of human blood ) • What blood type are you? a blood cell • The red blood cells carry oxygen. a blood vessel (= a tube in your body through which blood flows ) • the blood vessels that lead to the heart a blood clot (= a mass formed when blood dries or sticks together ) • Blood clots in the legs are potentially fatal. the blood flow • Fat reduces the blood flow to the surface of the skin. the blood supply (= the blood that flows to a part of the body ) • the blood supply to the brain a blood test (= a test done on your blood to see if you have a disease or another condition ) a blood sample (= a small amount of blood taken from your body to test ) a blood transfusion (= putting more blood in someone's body for medical reasons ) phrases a drop of blood • Police found tiny drops of blood in the apartment. loss of blood • She suffered a massive loss of blood. a pool of blood • A dark pool of blood was spreading from his head. a trickle of blood • A trickle of blood was coming from his nose.

transnet.ir

3 general:: In addition to the idiom beginning with BLOOD, Also see BAD BLOOD; DRAW BLOOD; FLESH AND BLOOD; IN COLD BLOOD; IN ONE'S BLOOD; MAKE ONE'S BLOOD BOIL; MAKE ONE'S BLOOD RUN COLD; NEW BLOOD; OUT FOR (BLOOD); RUN IN THE BLOOD (FAMILY); SCREAM BLOODY MURDER; SHED BLOOD; SPORTING BLOOD; SWEAT BLOOD. Also see under BLEED.

American Heritage Idioms

4 general::   noun ADJ. cold, warm animals with warm blood | clotted, congealed, dried | arterial, venous | menstrual | contaminated | aristocratic, noble, royal I doubt if I have a single drop of aristocratic blood in my veins. | Mediterranean, Spanish, etc. QUANT. drop, pool, trickle The body lay in a pool of blood. A thin trickle of blood ran down from a cut above her eye. | spots, traces He worked to remove all traces of blood. VERB + BLOOD lose She'd lost a lot of blood and doctors decided to do a transfusion. | shed, spill (literary) He was a hot-headed warrior, always too quick to shed blood. | donate, give The hospital appealed for more people to give blood (= for blood transfusions). | pump The heart pumps blood around the body. | choke on He choked on his own blood after being shot in the throat. | smear There was blood smeared down his shirt. BLOOD + VERB dribble, drip, flow, gush, ooze, run, seep, splash, spurt, stream, trickle, well (up) Blood oozed slowly from the corner of his mouth. | spread The blood spread rapidly from where he lay. | spatter, splatter Blood spattered the seats of the vehicle. | soak (into) sth | cake sth, stain sth Dried blood caked his hands. | clot, coagulate | circulate He rubbed his limbs vigorously to get the blood circulating. | course, rush, surge I felt the blood coursing in my veins as I ran. The blood rushed to her face as she realized her error. | drum, hammer, pound, pulse, thud, thunder The blood drummed in her ears. | drain The blood drained from his face when I told him the news. | freeze, run/turn cold, turn to ice (figurative) Our blood ran cold at the thought of how easily we could have been killed. BLOOD + NOUN cell | group, type What blood group are you? | sample, test | loss | donation, donor | bank | circulation, flow, supply | pressure | clot, coagulation | cancer, disease, disorder, poisoning | cholesterol, fats, glucose, sugar PREP. in ~ His shirt was soaked in blood. | in sb's/the ~ Traces of an illegal substance were found in his blood. | ~ from My handkerchief was soaked in blood from my nose. PHRASES caked in/with blood The dog's fur was caked in blood when we found him. | covered in/with blood He was lying on the floor, covered in blood. | in cold blood He shot them in cold blood (= in a way that was planned and deliberately cruel).

Oxford Collocations Dictionary


معنی کلمه blood ، معنی اصطلاح blood ، به blood چی می گن؟ ، blood چی می شه؟، واژه blood ، معادل blood ، blood synonym , blood definition , blood meaning

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