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blood

  

      n  
1    a reddish fluid in vertebrates that is pumped by the heart through the arteries and veins, supplies tissues with nutrients, oxygen, etc., and removes waste products. It consists of a fluid (see blood plasma) containing cells (erythrocytes and leucocytes) and platelets  
   Related adjs       haemal       haematic       sanguineous  
2    a similar fluid in such invertebrates as annelids and arthropods  
3    bloodshed, esp. when resulting in murder  
4    the guilt or responsibility for killing or injuring (esp. in the phrase to have blood on one's hands or head)  
5    life itself; lifeblood  
6    relationship through being of the same family, race, or kind; kinship  
7    blood, sweat and tears  
Informal   hard work and concentrated effort  
8    flesh and blood  
a    near kindred or kinship, esp. that between a parent and child  
b    human nature (esp. in the phrase it's more than flesh and blood can stand)  
9    ethnic or national descent  
of Spanish blood     
10    in one's blood   as a natural or inherited characteristic or talent  
11    the blood   royal or noble descent  
a prince of the blood     
12    temperament; disposition; temper  
13   
a    good or pure breeding; pedigree  
b    (as modifier)  
blood horses     
14    people viewed as members of a group, esp. as an invigorating force (in the phrases new blood, young blood)  
15      (Chiefly Brit)  
rare   a dashing young man; dandy; rake  
16    the sensual or carnal nature of man  
17    Obsolete   one of the four bodily humours  
   See       humour       8  
18    bad blood   hatred; ill feeling  
19    blood is thicker than water   family duties and loyalty outweigh other ties  
20    have or get one's blood up   to be or cause to be angry or inflamed  
21    in cold blood   showing no passion; deliberately; ruthlessly  
22    make one's blood boil   to cause to be angry or indignant  
23    make one's blood run cold   to fill with horror  
      vb   tr  
24      (Hunting)   to cause (young hounds) to taste the blood of a freshly killed quarry and so become keen to hunt  
25      (Hunting)   to smear the cheeks or forehead of (a person) with the blood of the kill as an initiation in hunting  
26    to initiate (a person) to war  
     (Old English blod; related to Old Norse bloth, Old High German bluot)  


bad blood  
      n   a feeling of intense hatred or hostility; enmity  
Blood  
      n   Thomas, known as Colonel Blood. ?1618--80, Irish adventurer, who tried to steal the crown jewels (1671)  
blood-and-thunder  
      adj   denoting or relating to a melodramatic adventure story  
blood bank  
      n   a place where whole blood or blood plasma is stored until required in transfusion  
blood bath  
      n   indiscriminate slaughter; a massacre  
blood brother  
      n  
1    a brother by birth  
2    a man or boy who has sworn to treat another as his brother, often in a ceremony in which their blood is mingled  
blood cell  
      n   any of the cells that circulate in the blood  
   See       erythrocyte       leucocyte  
blood count  
      n   determination of the number of red and white blood corpuscles in a specific sample of blood  
   See       haemocytometer  
blood donor  
      n   a person who gives his blood to be used for transfusion  
blood doping  
      n   the illegal practice of removing a quantity of blood from an athlete long before a race and reinjecting it shortly before a race, so boosting oxygenation of the blood  
blood-drop emlets  
      n   functioning as sing   a Chilean scrophulariaceous plant, Mimulus luteus, naturalized in central Europe, having red-spotted yellow flowers  
   See also       monkey flower       musk       3  
blood feud  
      n   a feud in which the members of hostile families or clans murder each other  
blood fluke  
      n   any parasitic flatworm, such as a schistosome, that lives in the blood vessels of man and other vertebrates: class Digenea  
   See also       trematode  
blood group  
      n   any one of the various groups into which human blood is classified on the basis of its agglutinogens,   (Also called)    blood type  
blood guilt  
      n   guilt of murder or shedding blood  
  blood-guilty      adj  
  blood-guiltiness      n  
blood heat  
      n   the normal temperature of the human body, 98.4°F or 37°C  
blood-letting  
      n  
1    the therapeutic removal of blood, as in relieving congestive heart failure  
   See also       phlebotomy  
2    bloodshed, esp. in a blood feud  
blood money  
      n  
1    compensation paid to the relatives of a murdered person  
2    money paid to a hired murderer  
3    a reward for information about a criminal, esp. a murderer  
blood orange  
      n   a variety of orange all or part of the pulp of which is dark red when ripe  
blood plasma  
      n  
1    the pale yellow fluid portion of the blood; blood from which blood cells and platelets have been removed  
2    a sterilized preparation of this fluid for use in transfusions  
blood poisoning  
      n      a nontechnical term for       septicaemia  
blood pressure  
      n   the pressure exerted by the blood on the inner walls of the arteries, being relative to the elasticity and diameter of the vessels and the force of the heartbeat  
blood pudding  
      n      another name for       black pudding  
blood red  
      n  
a    a deep red colour  
b    (as adj)  
blood-red roses     
blood relation   , relative  
      n   a person related to another by birth, as distinct from one related by marriage  
blood sausage  
      n      another term (esp. U.S. and Canadian) for       black pudding  
blood serum  
      n   blood plasma from which the clotting factors have been removed  
blood sport  
      n   any sport involving the killing of an animal, esp. hunting  
blood substitute  
      n   a mixture of plasma, albumin, and dextran used to replace lost blood or increase the blood volume  
blood sugar  
      n     (Med)   the glucose circulating in the blood: the normal fasting level is between 3.9 and 5.6 mmol/l  
blood test  
      n   analysis of a blood sample to determine blood group, alcohol level, etc  
blood type  
      n      another name for       blood group  
blood vessel  
      n   an artery, capillary, or vein  
blood volume  
      n     (Med)   the total quantity of blood in the body  
blue blood  
      n   royal or aristocratic descent  
     (C19: translation of Spanish sangre azul)  
  blue-blooded      adj  
dragon's blood  
      n  
1    a red resinous substance obtained from the fruit of a Malaysian palm, Daemonorops (or Calamus) draco: formerly used medicinally and now used in varnishes and lacquers  
2    any of several similar resins obtained from other trees, esp. from the dragon tree  
full blood  
      n  
1    an individual, esp. a horse or similar domestic animal, of unmixed race or breed  
2    the relationship between individuals having the same parents  
half-blood  
      n  
1   
a    the relationship between individuals having only one parent in common  
b    an individual having such a relationship  
2       a less common name for a       half-breed  
3    a half-blooded domestic animal  
red blood cell   , corpuscle  
      n      another name for       erythrocyte  
white blood cell  
      n      a nontechnical name for       leucocyte  
whole blood  
      n   blood obtained from a donor for transfusion from which none of the elements has been removed  
young blood  
      n   young, fresh, or vigorous new people, ideas, attitudes, etc.  
English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus  
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n.
remnants of disputes that make a relationship between people or companies difficult to maintain, even without an open dispute
id.
expression referring to a high amount of effort, dedication, endurance for pursuing a cause, achieving a goal
He put blood, sweat and tears in making this movie
exp.
when you are happy, people will want to be around you and share your happiness, but when you are sad, people will avoid you.
id.
At a point where you know you have to make a decision that not only effects your life, not only the life of the objects you love but the ones that you consider as well. More than one crux will certainly cause an individual to have a dilemma or two.
n.
term coined by the James Bond movie, meaning that a great danger will come for Bond to overcome
anyone with a good definition ?
v.
to localize a website is to translate it in the local language of the ones who will read it.
exp.
If there is very little or no possibility of that happening . . . Will Susan make you laugh? Fat chance.
exp.
A set of online digital assets or virtual value that may be left to another person in a will.
[Tech.]
exp.
A set of virtual assets or virtual value in cyberspace that may be left to another in a will.
[Tech.]
det.
Legal exclusive right of a person in pure virtual property which he can dispose of with its free will.
[Tech.];[Leg.] Legal exclusive right of a person in pure virtual property which he can dispose of with its free will.
exp.
take an action that will complicate things; do something with a negative impact
id.
def.: if you are too confident about yourself, something bad will happen to show you that you are not as good as you think you are
id.
expression used to point out that one will eventually face the consequences of his own actions
n.
SEO solution in such a way that the search engines will crawl your website and ranked it well on the top position. SEO is the process of improving the search and quality of visitors to your website for targeted keywords.
n.
(Latin for "God wills it") was the cry of the people at the declaration of the First Crusade by Pope Urban II at the Council of Clermont in 1095.
The phrase appears variously as Deus vult (Classical Latin), Dieu le veut (French), Deus lo vult or Deus lo volt (catalan), etc.

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