Definition of 'circulation'
Example sentences containing 'circulation'
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They are good for circulation, heart health and immune system. The Sun (2016)It's down to slower blood circulation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It improves blood circulation to the scalp, which helps supply essential nutrients and so supports healthy hair. The Sun (2017)It damages your heart and blood circulation, increasing risk of heart attacks, heart disease and stroke. The Sun (2017)This meant that problems in the elderly, to do with blood circulation in particular, were ignored. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Victims also suffer extremely low blood pressure and poor circulation. The Sun (2009)The heart and circulation suffer because blood pressure rises in the cold and blood becomes thicker. The Sun (2010)Raspberry leaf tea can also help tone the pelvic area and improve circulation. PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002)This enables ventilation to be automatically adjusted to maintain air circulation and a constant temperature. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They are also important for helping to maintain healthy circulation and lowering the risk of heart disease. The Sun (2011)This will help maintain good blood circulation in your arms and legs. The Sun (2011)Other oils which have a beneficial effect on the heart and circulation include fish oils. Healthy By Nature (1994)The damage manifests itself in cracking and veneer distortion caused mainly through a lack of air circulation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This exercise is relaxing and increases the circulation of blood to the head and brain. Stay Well This Winter (1989)Both are good for the heart and circulation. The Sun (2012)Remove affected bits and improve air circulation. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They benefit our circulation and lower blood pressure. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Yet, they were happy at the increased circulation figures. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This limits the number in circulation and helps to drive a company's share price higher. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But they didn't have the same public circulation. The Sun (2013)Those people who smoke may have lower extremity temperatures, because they may have poor circulation. Times, Sunday Times (2008)ABC circulation figures tell a more dreary tale. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To raise their circulation further, magazines had suddenly to spend more than they got back in additional subscription fees. MANAGING FOR RESULTS (1986)Could it be poor circulation? The Sun (2009) Poor circulation can also be a cause, so anyone who has circulation problems or varicose veins could also be a victim. Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well (1989)The beer tie is a clot in the free circulation of trade, and it is not the only clot of its kind. Times, Sunday Times (2014)About 100,000 are said to be in circulation in the area, adding hugely to urban crime. The Sun (2010)How long this blocking pattern will remain is not known, but it will need a hefty jolt to free up the circulation of the atmosphere again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Paid for by the companies, consumers simply pick up a free copy in store, so maintaining circulation is not a problem. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'circulation'
British English: circulation /ˌsɜːkjʊˈleɪʃən/ NOUN
object The circulation of something is the passing of it around, or the spreading of it among a group of people.
The research involves the circulation of 10,000 questionnaires.
- American English: circulation
- Arabic: تَوْزِيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: circulação
- Chinese: 循环
- Croatian: cirkulacija
- Czech: oběh
- Danish: cirkulation
- Dutch: verspreiding
- European Spanish: circulación
- Finnish: kierto
- French: circulation
- German: Kreislauf
- Greek: κυκλοφορία
- Italian: circolazione
- Japanese: 循環
- Korean: 순환
- Norwegian: sirkulasjon
- Polish: krążenie
- European Portuguese: circulação
- Romanian: circulație
- Russian: циркуляция
- Spanish: circulación
- Swedish: cirkulering
- Thai: การหมุนเวียน
- Turkish: kan dolaşımı
- Ukrainian: обіг
- Vietnamese: sự lưu thông
British English: circulation NOUN
blood Your circulation is the movement of blood through your body.
Anyone with heart, lung, or circulation problems should seek medical advice before flying.
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