blood

n.

1) to draw, let blood

2) to lose; shed, spill blood

3) to staunch the flow of blood

4) to donate; type blood

5) blue; pure; royal blood

6) whole blood

7) hot ('fiery') blood

8) blood cakes; circulates, flows, runs; clots, coagulates congeals, curdles; spurts (blood spurted from the wound)

9) (fig.) blood boils; freezes; runs cold 10 (fig.) blood tells

11) by blood (related by blood)

12) of blood (of royal blood)

13) (misc.) to run in the blood ('to be hereditary'); in cold blood ('without feeling'); to draw first blood ('to score the first success'); fresh/new blood ('new personnel'); old blood ('old personnel'); (colloq.) tired blood ('rundown condition of the body')

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[blʌd]
circulates
clots
coagulates. congeals
curdles
flows
freezes
let blood
pure
royal blood
runs
runs cold
spill blood
type blood
fresh/ new blood ('new personnel')
old blood ('old personnel')
(colloq.) tired blood ('rundown condition of the body')
to draw first blood ('to score the first success')
in cold blood ('without feeling')
spurts (blood spurted from the wound)
(fig.) blood boils
(fig.) blood tells
hot ('fiery') blood
to donate
to draw
to lose
to staunch the flow of blood
whole blood
blood cakes
(misc.) to run in the blood ('to be hereditary ')
of blood (of royal blood)
by blood (related by blood)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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