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English definition


  • 1. the fluid (red in vertebrates) that is pumped by the heart;

    • "blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and carries waste products away"
    • "the ancients believed that blood was the seat of the emotions"
  • 2. the descendants of one individual;

    • "his entire lineage has been warriors"
  • 3. the shedding of blood resulting in murder;

    • "he avenged the blood of his kinsmen"
  • 4. temperament or disposition;

    • "a person of hot blood"
  • 5. a dissolute man in fashionable society

  • 6. people viewed as members of a group;

    • "we need more young blood in this organization"


  • 1. smear with blood, as in a hunting initiation rite, where the face of a person is smeared with the blood of the kill

Example sentences

  • They made frequent checks on his respiration, pulse and blood.

  • His insolent manner really got my blood up.

  • There was a trickle of blood from the wound.

  • Sophia stanched the blood with a cloth.

  • We Chinese have the spirit to fight the enemy to the last drop of our blood.

  • When you cut yourself , blood clots and forms a scab.

  • Many people offered to donate blood and skin for the badly burnt worker.

  • Be quick, cover the blood stains over.

  • He shed his blood for his country.

  • Marriages in proximity of blood are forbidden by the law.

  • His lifestyle predisposed him to high blood pressure.

  • Blood trickled down one's leg.

  • She fainted [ swooned ] at the sight of her own blood.

  • The heart has valves to let blood flow in and out of it.

  • Their swords smoked with blood.

  • A year ago he had a blood clot removed from his brain.

  • It's time we got some new blood in this company.

  • They avenged their father's blood.

  • Blood trickled slowly down his cheek.

  • The brain needs a continuous supply of blood.

  • We swear to collect this blood debt.

  • You must stem the flow of blood from the wound.

  • The blood courses through the veins.

  • Blood donors give blood for use in hospitals.

  • The blood on his shoes was a proof of his guilt.

  • Seeing blood makes me feel a bit peculiar.

  • Red blood cells are roughly the shape of a disk.

  • He wiped away the blood with a paper napkin.

Phrase collocation

  • be like getting blood out of (或 from) a stone (北美

    be extremely difficult (said in reference to obtaining something from someone)

    • getting a story out of her is like getting blood out of a stone!.

  • blood and guts

    (informal)violence and bloodshed, especially in fiction

  • blood and thunder

    (informal)unrestrained and violent action or behaviour, especially in sport or fiction

  • blood is thicker than water

    (proverb)family relationships and loyalties are the strongest and most important ones

  • one's blood is up

    one is in a fighting mood

  • blood, sweat, and tears

    extremely hard work; unstinting effort

  • blood will tell

    (proverb)family characteristics cannot be concealed

  • first blood

    the first shedding of blood, especially in a boxing match or formerly in duelling with swords

    the first point or advantage gained in a contest

    • King &B{drew first blood} when he took the opening set.

  • give blood

    allow blood to be removed medically from one's body in order to be stored for use in transfusions

  • have blood on one's hands

    be responsible for someone's death

  • in one's blood

    ingrained in or fundamental to one's character

    • racing is in his blood.

  • make someone's blood boil

    (informal)infuriate someone

  • make someone's blood run cold

    horrify someone

  • new (或 fresh) blood

    new members admitted to a group, especially as an invigorating force


  • young blood

    • We keep young bloods so busy they never have a chance to look out of the window.

  • smell blood

    • The Democrats smelled blood over the trade issue.

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