Definition of 'blood group'
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But Ed has the same blood group as I do, and is therefore my best chance of a match. RESCUING ROSE (2002)`We might have established the blood group, sir, from saliva traces on the stamp. PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW (2002)Some had their blood group tattooed under their arms, the ineradicable, for many have tried, mark of membership of the Waffen SS. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2002)
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Translations for 'blood group'
British English: blood group /blʌd ɡruːp/ NOUN
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.
- American English: blood group
- Arabic: فَصِيلَةُ الدَّم
- Brazilian Portuguese: grupo sanguíneo
- Chinese: 血型
- Croatian: krvna grupa
- Czech: krevní skupina
- Danish: blodtype
- Dutch: bloedgroep
- European Spanish: grupo sanguíneo
- Finnish: veriryhmä
- French: groupe sanguin
- German: Blutgruppe
- Greek: ομάδα αίματος
- Italian: gruppo sanguigno
- Japanese: 血液型
- Korean: 혈액형
- Norwegian: blodtype
- Polish: grupa krwi
- European Portuguese: grupo sanguíneo
- Romanian: grupă sanguină
- Russian: группа крови
- Spanish: grupo sanguíneo
- Swedish: blodgrupp
- Thai: กลุ่มเลือด
- Turkish: kan grubu
- Ukrainian: група крові
- Vietnamese: nhóm máu
Definition of blood group from the Collins English Dictionary
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