|gall bladder duct||cystic duct|
|(Pathology) formation of stony secretions in the body (especially in the urinary passage and the bladder), existence of stones in body||lithiasis|
|(Yiddish) nerve, gall, audacity; self-confidence, courage||chutzpa|
|affecting a bile duct, of bile, relating to bile||biliary|
|air bladder||swim bladder|
|air bladder, announce something, articulate a sound, complete, completely acceptable, deep and peaceful, dive down, earshot, element of speech as heard, examine with a probe, have particular quality when heard, healthy, implication, indicate status, le...||sound|
|air duct, passage||offtake|
|airship, large craft made for navigation on water, boat, ship; container, receptacle (especially for holding liquids); tubular duct through which bodily fluids flow (e.g. blood vessel); one who has or demonstrates a certain quality, large watercraft, s...||vessel|
|annoy, bewilder somebody, cover something with gravel, cover with gravel; embarrass, perplex, rock fragments, small particles in kidney or bladder, small stones, small stones and pebbles (sometimes mixed with sand)||gravel|
|any of a number of tiny lymphatic vessels that transport chyle from the intestinal tract to the thoracic duct (Anatomy), carrying milky fluid, of milk, of or pertaining to milk, resembling milk; of the tiny vessels that transport chyle from the intesti...||lacteal|
|artificial waterway, channel water away from, duct; emptying of liquid; hole in sink or bathtub used for emptying water; (British) sewer pipe, device to remove fluid from wound, discharge into something, draw out (liquid); flow out (liquid); empty slow...||drain|
|bladder stone, mineral deposit in plant cells||cystolith|
|bladder-shaped fruit, part of inner ear||utricle; utriculus|
|canal in mammals through which urine is discharged from the bladder and in males through which semen is emitted, tube for discharging urine||urethra|
|canula, medical tube, small flexible medical tube with one end having a sharp-pointed part which is inserted into a duct or vein in order to administer medication or drain fluid (Medicine)||cannula|
|channel for liquid, canal, duct, passage, pipe, conveyer of information, protective cover for cable||conduit|
|clear people out, remove people (from a dangerous area, war zone, etc.); leave, vacate; withdraw; discharge the contents of, create vacuum in, empty, empty bowels or bladder, make everyone leave a place, move to safety||evacuate|
|constriction of body passage, limit or restriction, severe criticism, something which restricts; censure, criticism; abnormal narrowing of a body duct or passage (Pathology)||stricture|
|containing cyst, of or relating to cysts; of the urinary bladder or gallbladder, relating to bladder, within cyst||cystic|
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