Definition of 'plasma'
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And they followed the game on a giant plasma screen in a marquee. The Sun (2010)There are large plasma screens in each room. The Sun (2006)They want towels on the rails, plasma screens in the shower and art on the walls. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It also consumes far less energy than plasma screens, according to which. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You need something big and powerful enough to maintain a vacuum that can contain plasma ten times hotter than the surface of the sun. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Austrian officials telephoned Vienna and within two hours cartons of blood plasma and other supplies were en route for the frontier. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You sold blood plasma downtown. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Blood plasma was made using pools of plasma from thousands of donors, allowing a single infected batch to reach many recipients. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Recent innovations include plasma screens, interactive terminals and systems allowing advertisements to be displayed on a precise day at a precise time. TOP MARKETING AND MEDIA COMPANIES IN THE UK (2002)At the end, she glanced up at the giant plasma screen near the finish line and looked at herself with a little amazement. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Facilities We have a new social space with pool tables and plasma TVs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Entertainment venue Centre Stage has been given a makeover with giant plasma screens and new bar and relaxation area. The Sun (2011)Each will feature plasma screen TVs, oak f lo o r i n g and contemporary fixtures and fittings. The Sun (2007)Great, maybe BB could play it to the house on the giant plasma screens. The Sun (2008)There's that plasma screen TV you want. The Sun (2011)Hospitals in northern Germany are spilling over, supplies of blood plasma are running short and some patients are having to be taken for dialysis outside the region. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A British woman has undergone a life-saving kidney transplant after having her blood plasma frozen and filtered to ensure that the organ was not rejected. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'plasma'
British English: plasma NOUN
Plasma is the clear liquid part of blood which contains the blood cells.
Definition of plasma from the Collins English Dictionary
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