Definition of 'blood test'
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Blood tests can determine if this is the case. The Sun (2016)From a combination of examination and blood tests. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yet that does not tally with the negative blood tests taken in the first surveillance zone. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They will also have blood tests and measurements taken. The Sun (2009)Blood tests were being taken to confirm the disease. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Blood tests have been taken to determine what had made the couple ill. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The younger doctor also produced medical notes and blood test records to back up his account. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are now waiting for the results of a second blood test taken more than a year ago. The Sun (2006)At this point an osteopath may require more information from further examinations including blood tests or X-rays. Healthy By Nature (1994)They can take a 100 blood test to spot problems. The Sun (2009)He was arrested and taken for a blood test, which proved positive for amphetamines and ecstasy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But she's got more than an infection to worry about when her blood test comes up positive for amphetamines. The Sun (2015)A pet passport can only be issued six months after blood tests have been taken to clear them of rabies. The Sun (2007)The signs are there and a simple PSA blood test will determine if further testing is needed. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Most clients are also advised to have blood tests to find their vitamin D and magnesium status. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The doctor may take a blood test, and give you an overall physical check-up as well. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)He tells me he has decided to take a blood test himself, then picks up his phone and calls his assistant to arrange an appointment. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We'll take a blood test tomorrow but he is bright again now, so it was only something minor. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was all so easy during the first two months that I was actually scared when it was time to take my blood test again. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)Having stopped cycling for three weeks, I took a second blood test. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'blood test'
British English: blood test /blʌd tɛst/ NOUN
A blood test is a medical examination of a sample of your blood.
- American English: blood test
- Arabic: فَهْصُ الدَّم
- Brazilian Portuguese: exame de sangue
- Chinese: 验血
- Croatian: krvni test
- Czech: krevní zkouška
- Danish: blodprøve
- Dutch: bloedproef
- European Spanish: análisis de sangre
- Finnish: verikoe
- French: analyse sanguine
- German: Blutprobe
- Greek: εξέταση αίματος
- Italian: esame del sangue
- Japanese: 血液検査
- Korean: 혈액 검사
- Norwegian: blodprøve
- Polish: badanie krwi
- European Portuguese: análise de sangue
- Romanian: hemogramă
- Russian: анализ крови
- Spanish: análisis de sangre
- Swedish: blodprov
- Thai: การตรวจเลือด
- Turkish: kan testi
- Ukrainian: аналіз крові
- Vietnamese: xét nghiệm máu
Definition of blood test from the Collins English Dictionary
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