blood

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈblʌd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/blʌd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(blud)


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blood

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [fresh, dried, fake] blood
  2. [bright, dark] red blood
  3. we need [fresh, new] blood
  4. need to [test, draw] your blood
  5. is losing a lot of blood
  6. that is a lot of blood
  7. there was blood [everywhere, all over]
  8. much blood was [spilled, shed] (in the battle)
  9. are covered in blood
  10. [donated, gave] blood at the (clinic)
  11. found [lying, dead] in a puddle of blood
  12. [faint, pass out] at the sight of blood
  13. have blood [in your hair, on your shirt]
  14. [donate, give] blood
  15. it was [fake, stage] blood
  16. blood from the [cut, injury]
  17. used [jelly, ketchup] for blood
  18. (traces) of [alcohol, drugs] in the blood
  19. the company [needs, is looking for] new blood
  20. the [wolf, dogs, enemy, opponent] could smell blood
  21. the [wolves] were hungry for blood
  22. he is out for blood
  23. [singing, leading, writing] is in her blood
  24. are related by blood
  25. the [novel, movie] is [all, full of] blood and guts
  26. a [story, tale, sight, sound] to chill the blood
  27. blood [spurted, poured] from the [wound, cut]
n as adj
  1. blood [test, sample, specimen]
  2. blood [sugar, protein, alcohol]
  3. blood alcohol [content, concentration, level]
  4. blood [droplets, cells, supply, flow, loss]
  5. [undergo, have] a blood transfusion
  6. [analyze, have] a blood test
  7. [red, white] blood [cells, corpuscles]
  8. give a blood donation
  9. what is your blood type?
  10. is blood type [A, O] [positive, negative]
  11. [good, bad] blood pressure
  12. blood sugar levels
  13. a blood donor
  14. blood products
  15. blood pudding
  16. made a blood pact
  17. are blood [brothers, relatives]
  18. a blood orange
  19. the [sunset, sky] was blood [red, orange]
  20. blood-red [sunset]
  21. was a Blood Moon
v
  1. the [novice, young] hunter was blooded
  2. [novice, youngster] was blooded
  3. blooded into the [force, team, house]
  4. the [dogs, hounds] were blooded
  5. UK: blooded the [troops, men, soldiers] (in battle)
  6. UK: the [troops] need to be blooded
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