|through a vein, within a vein, into a vein||intravenously|
|(Medicine) phlebography, method for examining a vein in which a radiopaque material in injected into the vein and a conventional x-ray image of the area is taken (used to detect blockages), X-ray examination of veins||venography|
|(Medicine) venography, method for examining a vein in which a radiopaque material is injected into the vein and a conventional x-ray image of the area is taken (used to detect blockages)||phlebography|
|(Mining) incline from a vertical position (of a fault or vein), angle of a fault plane, slope from the vertical||hade|
|abnormally enlarged vein in or near the anus||hemorrhoid|
|abundant supply, deposit of ore, lead, vein of metal ore||lode|
|any bundle of fibers belonging to the nervous system that transmits sensations and messages between the brain and other parts of the body; tendon (Anatomy); vein in a leaf or insect wing; courage; daring; rude boldness (Informal), embolden; gather cour...||nerve|
|any of a number of large veins in the neck; jugular vein, pertaining to the neck, pertaining to the throat; pertaining to the jugular vein; of a number of large veins in the neck, relating to the neck, with pelvic fins further forward||jugular|
|any of the curved bones which form the rib cage; support which resembles a rib bone; central vein of a leaf; lengthwise ridge (in fabric, etc.), curved bone of chest, install ribs, strengthen with ribs; tease, mock, make fun of, knit plain and purl sti...||rib|
|artery or vein or vertebra situated in the lumbar region, of the loin or loins, pertaining to the part of the body below the ribs and above the hipbones (in humans or quadruped animals), relating to lower back||lumbar|
|artery, capillary, or vein||blood vessel|
|auxiliary member of wing, freelance or part-time journalist, horizontal timber, narrow mineral vein, one who arranges objects on a string; horizontal timber; part-time journalist who covers a local area and supplies stories to a newspaper published in ...||stringer|
|blockage of an artery or vein by a blood clot or other undissolved matter (Medicine), blockage of artery, embolus, insertion of day or days, prayer during Roman Catholic Mass||embolism|
|blockage of arteries (Medicine), inflammation of vein||thrombophlebitis|
|bloodletting, practice of drawing blood from a vein as a medical therapy, phlebotomy||venesection|
|bloodletting, practice of drawing blood from a vein as a medical therapy, phlebotomy||venisection|
|branching vein, small blood vessel, small vein (especially leading from the capillaries to the veins); small vein in the wing of an insect or in a leaf||venule|
|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|
|center vein of a leaf (Botany), thick central vein of leaf||midrib|
|condition with swollen veins, dilation of a vein; condition of suffering from varicose veins, formation of ridges on a gastropod shell||varicosis|
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