Definition of 'transfusion'
Example sentences containing 'transfusion'
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Each doughnut had an ugly red scar where its jam had been pumped in the sweetest transfusion. BEHINDLINGS (2002)You don't have a bone marrow biopsy and a transfusion if you're all right. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)But Angelica never let loose of a subject until she'd squeezed out the last bit of blood and it needed a transfusion. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2002)
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Translations for 'transfusion'
British English: transfusion /trænsˈfjuːʒən/ NOUN
A blood transfusion is a process in which blood is injected into the body of a person who is badly injured or ill.
- American English: transfusion
- Arabic: نَقْلُ الدَّم
- Brazilian Portuguese: transfusão
- Chinese: 输血
- Croatian: transfuzija
- Czech: transfuze
- Danish: transfusion
- Dutch: transfusie
- European Spanish: transfusión
- Finnish: verensiirto
- French: transfusion
- German: Transfusion
- Greek: μετάγγιση
- Italian: trasfusione
- Japanese: 輸血
- Korean: 수혈
- Norwegian: blodoverføring
- Polish: transfuzja
- European Portuguese: transfusão
- Romanian: transfuzie
- Russian: переливание
- Spanish: transfusión
- Swedish: transfusion
- Thai: การถ่ายเลือด
- Turkish: kan aktarımı
- Ukrainian: переливання
- Vietnamese: sự truyền máu
Definition of transfusion from the Collins English Dictionary
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