Translation of blood in Spanish:
- 1 to give bloodmusic is in his blooddar or donar sangreblood and guts [colloquial] a blood-and-guts movielleva la música en la sangreblood and thunder a film with plenty of blood and thunderuna película sangrienta or de mucha violenciafresh o new o young blooduna película de las de capa y espadain cold blood to be out for bloodsangre or savia (feminine) nuevathey're out for o after her bloodestar buscando con quién desquitarseto draw bloodse la tienen jurada [colloquial](lit: wound)sacar or hacer salir sangre(in argument)her remark had drawn bloodto draw first bloodsus palabras lo habían herido en lo más vivoto get blood out of o from a stone trying to get information from him is like trying to get blood out of a stoneanotarse el primer tantoyou can't get blood out of a stonea él hay que sacarle la información con sacacorchos or con tirabuzónto get somebody's blood up [colloquial]it gets my blood up to see so much injusticeno se le puede pedir peras al olmoto have somebody's blood on one's handsse me sube la sangre a la cabeza cuando veo tanta injusticiato make somebody's blood boilit makes my blood boil to think that …tener las manos manchadas con la sangre de alguiento make somebody's blood run cold, to chill somebody's bloodhis laugh made my blood run coldme hierve la sangre cuando pienso que …to sweat blood [colloquial]su risa hizo que se me helara la sangre (en las venas)(work hard)sudar sangre or tinta [colloquial](be anxious)to taste blood(before noun) blood alcohol/sugarprobar el sabor de la victoriablood cell o corpuscle blood plasmaconcentración (feminine) de alcohol/azúcar en la sangreblood serumplasma (masculine) sanguíneoblood supply blood temperaturesuero (masculine) sanguíneotemperatura (feminine) del cuerpotemperatura (feminine) corporal
- 2 (lineage, family) of noble/Spanish bloodit runs in their bloodde sangre noble/españolablood is thicker than waterlo llevan en la sangre(before noun) blood tiela familia siempre tirawe're not blood relationslazo (masculine) de sangreno somos de la misma sangreno somos (parientes) consanguíneos [formal]no me toca de nada (Spain) [colloquial]Example sentences
- Experts believe that his father's position helped him to ascend the throne, since there was no royal blood in his family.
- And although his parents were from Jamaica, James says he has Chinese blood in his family.
- None but those of German blood may be members of the nation.
- 1.1 (initiate) 1.2 (hunting)Example sentences
- This relates to the practice of blooding young hounds on fox cubs to whet their appetite for hunting.
- It was not an uncommon thing to blood hounds, and with regard to the question of cruelty, if they argued from elemental principles, all sport was cruel.
- Hunters deny that cub-hunting is about blooding of hounds.
- I get sick of hearing that because several young players were blooded last year, this must bode well for the comeback.
- In doing so, they've blooded players of a newer generation, yet many of the old hands were most central to last Sunday's win.
- They blooded some new players and over the season they provided some wonderful entertainment and brilliant football.
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