Definition of 'gall bladder'
Example sentences containing 'gall bladder'
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Two years ago he had his gall bladder removed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And left another with serious burns during a gall bladder operation. The Sun (2016)His gall bladder and half of his liver were removed. The Sun (2012)What about my kidneys and my gall bladder? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Police and ambulance staff found injuries to his chest and back but his death was blamed on complications from gall bladder surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Here's a rare starring moment for the gall bladder. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A scan showed an abnormal gall bladder. The Sun (2009)Most of the bile salts are then absorbed back into the blood, returned to the liver and recycled into the gall bladder. Living with Angina (1991)I have been working mostly with the heart energy, though sometimes the liver and gall bladder energy needs attention. Alternative Health Care for Children (1989)Last March he had his gall bladder and a benign tumour removed in Heidelberg. The Sun (2011)If these cause symptoms, the gall bladder may need removal - which means another op. The Sun (2013)QI have a recurring burning pain from a scar that is a result of a gall bladder operation 20 years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He had undergone six operations, his spleen and gall bladder had been removed, and he still had no feeling in his left hand. BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)With no desire to have my gall bladder unnecessarily removed, I asked the doctor to arrange another consultation. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Q been told that I need my gall bladder removed. The Sun (2007)
Translations for 'gall bladder'
British English: gall bladder /ɡɔːl ˈblædə/ NOUN
Your gall bladder is the organ in your body which helps digestion and is next to your liver.
- American English: gall bladder
- Arabic: مَرَارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: vesícula biliar
- Chinese: 胆囊
- Croatian: žučni mjehur
- Czech: žlučník
- Danish: galdeblære
- Dutch: galblaas
- European Spanish: vesícula biliar
- Finnish: sappirakko
- French: vésicule biliaire
- German: Gallenblase
- Greek: χοληδόχος κύστη
- Italian: cistifellea
- Japanese: 胆嚢
- Korean: 담낭
- Norwegian: galleblære
- Polish: woreczek żółciowy
- European Portuguese: vesícula biliar
- Romanian: vezica biliară
- Russian: желчный пузырь
- Spanish: vesícula biliar
- Swedish: gallblåsa
- Thai: ถุงน้ำดี
- Turkish: safra kesesi
- Ukrainian: жовчний міхур
- Vietnamese: túi mật
Definition of gall bladder from the Collins English Dictionary
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