bile


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Related to bile: Ox bile, Bile pigments, Bile canaliculi

bile

 (bīl)
n.
1. A bitter, alkaline, brownish-yellow or greenish-yellow fluid that is secreted by the liver, stored in the gallbladder, and discharged into the duodenum and aids in the emulsification, digestion, and absorption of fats. Also called gall1.
2. Bitterness of temper; ill humor; irascibility.
3. Either of two bodily humors, black bile or yellow bile, in ancient and medieval physiology.

[French, from Latin bīlis.]

bile

(baɪl)
n
1. (Physiology) a bitter greenish to golden brown alkaline fluid secreted by the liver and stored in the gall bladder. It is discharged during digestion into the duodenum, where it aids the emulsification and absorption of fats
2. irritability or peevishness
3. (Psychology) archaic either of two bodily humours, one of which (black bile) was thought to cause melancholy and the other (yellow bile) anger
[C17: from French, from Latin bīlis, probably of Celtic origin; compare Welsh bustl bile]

bile

(bəɪl)
vb
a Scot word for boil1

bile

(baɪl)

n.
1. a bitter, alkaline, yellow or greenish liquid, secreted by the liver, that aids in absorption and digestion, esp. of fats.
2. ill temper; peevishness.
3. either of two humors of medieval physiology associated with anger and gloominess.
[1655–65; < French < Latin bīlis]

bile

(bīl)
A bitter, alkaline, greenish fluid produced by the liver and discharged into the small intestine, where it helps to digest fats and neutralize acids. A portion of the bile secreted by the liver is stored in the gallbladder.

bile


Past participle: biled
Gerund: biling

Imperative
bile
bile
Present
I bile
you bile
he/she/it biles
we bile
you bile
they bile
Preterite
I biled
you biled
he/she/it biled
we biled
you biled
they biled
Present Continuous
I am biling
you are biling
he/she/it is biling
we are biling
you are biling
they are biling
Present Perfect
I have biled
you have biled
he/she/it has biled
we have biled
you have biled
they have biled
Past Continuous
I was biling
you were biling
he/she/it was biling
we were biling
you were biling
they were biling
Past Perfect
I had biled
you had biled
he/she/it had biled
we had biled
you had biled
they had biled
Future
I will bile
you will bile
he/she/it will bile
we will bile
you will bile
they will bile
Future Perfect
I will have biled
you will have biled
he/she/it will have biled
we will have biled
you will have biled
they will have biled
Future Continuous
I will be biling
you will be biling
he/she/it will be biling
we will be biling
you will be biling
they will be biling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been biling
you have been biling
he/she/it has been biling
we have been biling
you have been biling
they have been biling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been biling
you will have been biling
he/she/it will have been biling
we will have been biling
you will have been biling
they will have been biling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been biling
you had been biling
he/she/it had been biling
we had been biling
you had been biling
they had been biling
Conditional
I would bile
you would bile
he/she/it would bile
we would bile
you would bile
they would bile
Past Conditional
I would have biled
you would have biled
he/she/it would have biled
we would have biled
you would have biled
they would have biled

bile

A greenish-yellow fluid that emulsifies fats. It is produced by the liver and stored in the gallbladder.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bile - a digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladderbile - a digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder; aids in the digestion of fats
digestive fluid, digestive juice - secretions that aid digestion

bile

Translations
رداءَةُ طَبْع، شَكاسَهمرّه، مَرار، صَفْراء
hněvrozmrzelostžluč
galdeharmevrede
sapekkuussappi
epésség
gallólund, skapvonska
tulžiestulžingastulžingumastulžis
dusmasīgnumsžults

bile

[baɪl] N
1. (Med) → bilis f
2. (fig) (= anger) → mal genio m, displicencia f

bile

[ˈbəɪl ˈbaɪl] n
(PHYSIOLOGY) (in body)bile f
(= bitterness) → amertume f

bile

n
(Med) → Galle f
(fig: = anger) → Übellaunigkeit f; a man full of bileein Griesgram m

bile

[baɪl] n (Med) (fig) → bile f

bile

(bail) noun
1. a yellowish thick bitter fluid in the liver.
2. anger or irritability.
bilious (ˈbiljəs) adjective
of, or affected by, too much bile. a bilious attack.
ˈbiliousness noun

bile

n. bilis, hiel, producto de la secreción del hígado;
___ acids and saltsácidos y sales biliares;
___ ductsconductos biliares;
___ pigmentspigmentos biliares.

bile

n bilis f
References in classic literature ?
However, that shot raised his bile, and instead of starting home to report my death, he said he would remain and enjoy it.
They can't bile that amount of water away off there at the sea.
Joe pursued, "somebody must keep the pot a biling, Pip, or the pot won't bile, don't you know?
Well," said the curate, "that and the second, third, and fourth parts all stand in need of a little rhubarb to purge their excess of bile, and they must be cleared of all that stuff about the Castle of Fame and other greater affectations, to which end let them be allowed the over-seas term, and, according as they mend, so shall mercy or justice be meted out to them; and in the mean time, gossip, do you keep them in your house and let no one read them.
However useful jealousy may be in republics, yet when like bile in the natural, it abounds too much in the body politic, the eyes of both become very liable to be deceived by the delusive appearances which that malady casts on surrounding objects.
Though I have said that I envy the normal man to the last drop of my bile, yet I should not care to be in his place such as he is now (though I shall not cease envying him).
In fact, in addition to that yellow, sickly paleness which indicates the insinuation of the bile in the blood, and which might, besides, be accidental, D'Artagnan remarked something perfidiously significant in the play of the wrinkled features of his countenance.
But these paroxysms seldom occurred, and in them my big-hearted shipmate vented the bile which more calm-tempered individuals get rid of by a continual pettishness at trivial annoyances.
I never could do nothing with a pot but mend it or bile it--never had a note of music in me.
Bilibin wrote that the obligation of diplomatic discretion tormented him, and he was happy to have in Prince Andrew a reliable correspondent to whom he could pour out the bile he had accumulated at the sight of all that was being done in the army.
Here it is and here it goes, and it'll bile in no time
The bile and rancour of the worthy Miss Knag undergoing no diminution during the remainder of the week, but rather augmenting with every successive hour; and the honest ire of all the young ladies rising, or seeming to rise, in exact proportion to the good spinster's indignation, and both waxing very hot every time Miss Nickleby was called upstairs; it will be readily imagined that that young lady's daily life was none of the most cheerful or enviable kind.