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veiné

, e  
      adj  
[peau, partie du corps]  
veined  
[bois]  
grained, veined  
veiné de      veined with  
blanc veiné de bleu      white veined with blue  
→ une jolie floraison rose veinée de pourpre        


veine  
      nf  
     (ANATOMIE)   vein
   [+bois]   vein
   (=filon)   vein, seam
   *  
(=chance)  

avoir de la veine      to be lucky  
   (=inspiration)   inspiration  
la veine poétique      poetic inspiration  
dans la même veine      in the same vein  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

veine, veine, veineux, vermine

veiné adj.
veined
[Tech.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
vein
exp.
veined with
n.
portal vein
n.
striate vein
[Med.]
n.
azygos vein
[Med.]
n.
stellate vein
[Med.]
n.
hepatic vein
[Med.]
n.
coronary vein
n.
pulmonary vein
n.
poetic inspiration
n.
emissarium
[Med.]
n.
dramatic inspiration
n.
thyroid vein
[Med.]
exp.
white veined with blue
n.
current of air
nf.
great deal of luck
[Fam.] beaucoup de chance
exp.
poetic inspiration
n.
vena cava inferior
[Med.]
n.
vena cava superior
[Med.]
n.
right thoracic duct
[Med.]
n.
commonly used vein
[Med.]
nf.
great deal of luck
[Fam.] beaucoup de chance
n.
deep dorsal vein
[Med.]
n.
Cuvier's duct
[Med.]
n.
droite ileocolic vein
[Med.]
n.
stroke of luck
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'veiné' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
veine
[Med.]
exp.
veiné de bleu
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