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liver 1

American English: /ˈlɪvər/
British English: /ˈlɪvə/

noun

  • (Anatomy, Cooking)
    (before noun) (transplant)
    de hígado
    liver complaint
    afección (feminine) hepática
    dolencia (feminine) hepática
    liver disease
    enfermedad (feminine) del hígado
    afección (feminine) hepática [formal]
    liver pâté liver trouble
    problema (masculine) hepático or del hígado
    trastorno (masculine) hepático or del hígado
    Example sentences
    • In the United States, there's a great shortage of donor organs: hearts, livers, lungs, kidneys, pancreases and small intestines.
    • Subsequent CT scans of the chest and abdomen revealed the liver, pancreas, and renal cysts unchanged.
    • Approximately 88,000 people are on the national organ transplant waiting list, waiting for kidneys, livers, pancreases, intestines, hearts and lungs.
    Example sentences
    • If you suspect you're not getting enough iron, boost your intake with foods like lean red meat, liver, spinach, and apricots.
    • It is by appointment to the Queen and does a huge mail-order range, from calves' liver to French Loue chicken.
    • As the vegetables are whisked away a platter of crostini spread with chicken liver pate arrives, but that is not the special part.
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liver 2

American English: /ˈlɪvər/
British English: /ˈlɪvə/

noun

  • (person)he's a clean liver
    lleva una vida sin excesos
    he's a loose liver
    lleva una vida disipada
    es un calavera or un juerguista [colloquial]
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