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They first said it looked like a lymph node infection and would go. The Sun (2016)We can think of a frame as a network of nodes and relations. Pressley, Michael & McCormick, Christine Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers, (1995)You may need an ultrasound of your groin to see if you have enlarged lymph nodes. The Sun (2015)They also had to dig down because it could have spread to my lymph nodes. The Sun (2014)It can leave you in shock and respiratory distress and swelling at the lymph nodes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She now faces another op to remove more lymph nodes. The Sun (2008)They include swollen lymph nodes in armpits and groin, plus stomach pain and bleeding. The Sun (2012)I went for a scan and all my lymph nodes were enlarged. The Sun (2012)I had the lump cut out and my lymph nodes removed. The Sun (2007)They checked his lymph nodes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)

Synonyms of 'node'

nodule, growth, swelling, knot

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terms used in astronomy, terms used in computing, Mathematical terms

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Translations for 'node'

British English: node NOUN
A node is a point, especially in the form of lump or swelling, where one thing joins another.
Cut them off cleanly through the stem just below the node.
  • American English: node
  • Brazilian Portuguese:
  • Chinese:
  • European Spanish: nódulo
  • French: nodosité
  • German: Knoten
  • Italian: nodo
  • Japanese:
  • Korean: 마디
  • European Portuguese:
  • Spanish: nódulo

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