Blood

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Definition

blood: red vital liquid that is sent round the body by the heart
noun

to bleed: to lose blood
verb
This is an irregular verb:
I bleed / I bled / I have bled

Pronunciation examples
UK: I once gave a boy a bloody nose in a fight.
US: If you want blood, you've got it.
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Examples

  • "Before you give any blood, you need to fill out this Medical History questionnaire."
  • "Or do you want me to complete the form using my own blood – get it?"
  • "Desmond and Brian : Vomit and blood and piss in your hair!"
  • "I've looked at your Medical History questionnaire and I'm afraid you won't be able to give blood today."
  • "Nurse Baker : Well, there's a risk that your blood may contain infectious diseases such as HIV."
  • "There's a little bit of blood on it, but that can be wiped off."
  • "Food is only for blood donors: no bleeding, no feeding, that's the rule."
  • "and the blood of a virgin."
  • "Medical History for Blood Donors"

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