Definition of 'tissue'
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Example sentences containing 'tissue'
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There is no evidence to suggest they can combat stress fractures or soft tissue injuries. The Sun (2016)He got me a glass of wine and a box of tissues and it just went on from there. The Sun (2016)There was also internal damage to soft tissues and kidneys, he said. The Sun (2016)Protein is required for the preservation of tissues in the body as we age, particularly the muscle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I knew the scar tissue from this formative trauma was still in my soul. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The hand is still a bit big and I have some scar tissue but it is strong. The Sun (2016)It can take hold after a cut, allowing bacteria to infect the body 's soft tissue. The Sun (2016)Grow scar tissue, I guess. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We know that free radicals can damage any tissue in the body. The Antioxidant Health Plan (1994)People often tell me they have to watch the show with a box of tissues. The Sun (2016)You are paying by the minute and will also pay for the tissues you use. The Sun (2014)She is facing surgery to remove scar tissue around her cervix. The Sun (2015)More stringent oversight would help restore confidence in organ and tissue donation programmes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)These are powerful as they have the potential to produce any tissue in the human body. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This mineral helps the body to use calcium for rebuilding damaged tissues. Bad Breath (1994)The advance could make many transplants unnecessary and allow the regeneration of brain tissue and limb parts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The same goes for lean tissue such as muscle. Times, Sunday Times (2007)X-rays are also poor at imaging soft tissues such as heart muscle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The stem cells can be turned into any tissue in the body. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And the presenter admits she got through boxes of tissues while making the programme. The Sun (2009) Use tissues and flush them away to avoid them infecting others. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But what makes her special is that scar tissue. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Iron governs the efficiency of the red blood cells that carry oxygen to your tissues and organs. The Sun (2016)All human body tissues are composed of cells. The Antioxidant Health Plan (1994)The simple pad is applied to damaged tissue underneath a thin skin graft. The Sun (2009)They strip bark from trees to get at the soft tissue beneath. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Doctors found the top of his spine had snapped and only tissue and muscle were keeping his head in place. The Sun (2015)She lay in her pavilion - cloth of gold tissue. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They remove the part of the tissue with the most eggs, which is on the outer edge. The Sun (2014)Is it better to use Q tissues or real handkerchiefs? Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'tissue'
British English: tissue /ˈtɪsjuː; ˈtɪʃuː/ NOUN
In animals and plants, tissue consists of cells that are similar in appearance and function.
- American English: tissue
- Arabic: مِنْدِيلٌ وَرَقِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: tecido células
- Chinese: 组织
- Croatian: tkivo
- Czech: tkáň
- Danish: væv
- Dutch: tissue
- European Spanish: tejido Anatomía
- Finnish: kudos
- French: tissu
- German: Gewebe Körper
- Greek: χαρτομάντηλο
- Italian: tessuto
- Japanese: 組織 生物
- Korean: 조직
- Norwegian: vev
- Polish: tkanka
- European Portuguese: tecido
- Romanian: țesut
- Russian: ткань
- Spanish: tejido conjunto de células de la misma naturaleza
- Swedish: vävnad
- Thai: เนื้อเยื่อของคน สัตว์และพืช
- Turkish: kağıt mendil
- Ukrainian: тканина (організму)
- Vietnamese: mô
Definition of tissue from the Collins English Dictionary
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