syringe


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sy·ringe

 (sə-rĭnj′, sîr′ĭnj)
n.
1. A medical instrument used to inject fluids into the body or draw them from it.
2. A hypodermic syringe.

[Middle English syryng, from Medieval Latin sȳringa, from Late Latin, injection, from Greek sūrinx, sūring-, shepherd's pipe.]

syringe

(ˈsɪrɪndʒ; sɪˈrɪndʒ)
n
1. (Medicine) med an instrument, such as a hypodermic syringe or a rubber ball with a slender nozzle, for use in withdrawing or injecting fluids, cleaning wounds, etc
2. (Tools) any similar device for injecting, spraying, or extracting liquids by means of pressure or suction
vb
(tr) to cleanse, inject, or spray with a syringe
[C15: from Late Latin, from Latin: syrinx]

sy•ringe

(səˈrɪndʒ, ˈsɪr ɪndʒ)

n., v. -ringed, -ring•ing. n.
1. a small tube with a narrow outlet and fitted with a piston or rubber bulb for drawing in or ejecting fluid.
2. any similar device for pumping and spraying liquids through a small aperture.
v.t.
3. to cleanse, wash, inject, etc., by means of a syringe.
[1375–1425; late Middle English syring < Medieval Latin syringa, new singular from Late Latin sȳringēs, pl. of sȳrinx syrinx]

sy·ringe

(sə-rĭnj′)
A medical instrument used to inject fluids into the body or draw them from it.

syringe


Past participle: syringed
Gerund: syringing

Imperative
syringe
syringe
Present
I syringe
you syringe
he/she/it syringes
we syringe
you syringe
they syringe
Preterite
I syringed
you syringed
he/she/it syringed
we syringed
you syringed
they syringed
Present Continuous
I am syringing
you are syringing
he/she/it is syringing
we are syringing
you are syringing
they are syringing
Present Perfect
I have syringed
you have syringed
he/she/it has syringed
we have syringed
you have syringed
they have syringed
Past Continuous
I was syringing
you were syringing
he/she/it was syringing
we were syringing
you were syringing
they were syringing
Past Perfect
I had syringed
you had syringed
he/she/it had syringed
we had syringed
you had syringed
they had syringed
Future
I will syringe
you will syringe
he/she/it will syringe
we will syringe
you will syringe
they will syringe
Future Perfect
I will have syringed
you will have syringed
he/she/it will have syringed
we will have syringed
you will have syringed
they will have syringed
Future Continuous
I will be syringing
you will be syringing
he/she/it will be syringing
we will be syringing
you will be syringing
they will be syringing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been syringing
you have been syringing
he/she/it has been syringing
we have been syringing
you have been syringing
they have been syringing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been syringing
you will have been syringing
he/she/it will have been syringing
we will have been syringing
you will have been syringing
they will have been syringing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been syringing
you had been syringing
he/she/it had been syringing
we had been syringing
you had been syringing
they had been syringing
Conditional
I would syringe
you would syringe
he/she/it would syringe
we would syringe
you would syringe
they would syringe
Past Conditional
I would have syringed
you would have syringed
he/she/it would have syringed
we would have syringed
you would have syringed
they would have syringed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.syringe - a medical instrument used to inject or withdraw fluidssyringe - a medical instrument used to inject or withdraw fluids
bulb - a rounded part of a cylindrical instrument (usually at one end); "the bulb of a syringe"
douche, douche bag - a small syringe with detachable nozzles; used for vaginal lavage and enemas
hypodermic, hypodermic syringe, hypo - a piston syringe that is fitted with a hypodermic needle for giving injections
medical instrument - instrument used in the practice of medicine
Verb1.syringe - spray or irrigate (a body part) with a syringe
spray - scatter in a mass or jet of droplets; "spray water on someone"; "spray paint on the wall"
Translations
مِحْقَنَةمِحْقَنَهيَحْقِن بِمِحْقَنَه
injekční stříkačkastříkačkavypláchnout stříkačkou
sprøjteskylle
lääkeruisku
šprica
fecskendezinjekciós fecskendõ
òvo meî sprautusprauta
注射器
주사기
praplauti švirkštušvirkštas
skalot ar šļircišļirce
striekačkavypláchnuť striekačkou
brizgalka
spruta
กระบอกฉีด
şırıngaşırıngayla yıkamakenjektör
ống tiêm

syringe

[sɪˈrɪndʒ]
A. Njeringa f, jeringuilla f
B. VTjeringar

syringe

[sɪˈrɪndʒ] nseringue f

syringe

(Med)
nSpritze f
vt(aus)spülen

syringe

[sɪˈrɪndʒ]
1. nsiringa
2. vt (Med) → siringare

syringe

(siˈrindʒ) noun
an instrument for sucking up and squirting out liquids, sometimes having a needle for giving injections.
verb
to clean or wash eg ears using a syringe.

syringe

مِحْقَنَة injekční stříkačka sprøjte Spritze σύριγγα jeringa, jeringuilla lääkeruisku seringue šprica siringa 注射器 주사기 injectiespuit sprøyte strzykawka seringa шприц spruta กระบอกฉีด şırınga ống tiêm 注射器

sy·ringe

n. jeringa, jeringuilla;
disposable ______ desechable;
glass cylinder ______ con tubo de cristal;
hypodermic ______ hipodérmica.

syringe

n jeringa, jeringuilla (Carib, Esp); bulb — pera de goma
References in classic literature ?
He did not send one of his men, but rode back with her himself, taking a syringe and an old piece of carpet he kept for hot applications when our horses were sick.
I was horrified by my first glimpse of Holmes next morning, for he sat by the fire holding his tiny hypodermic syringe.
I walked into the doctor's yard this morning, and shot my syringe full of aniseed over the hind wheel.
Sherlock Holmes took his bottle from the corner of the mantel- piece and his hypodermic syringe from its neat morocco case.
The children, left to themselves, had begun cooking raspberries over the candles and squirting milk into each other's mouths with a syringe.
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This syringe gives us immense and immeasurable pain during the course of administration of injection or blood donation, said a patient.
The needle of the sub standard syringe is very sharp and it inflicts excruciating pain on the patient.
Maximizing access to clean syringes leads to less syringe sharing and greater reductions in HIV incidence among injection drug users, according to an August AJPH study.
This study evaluates the impact of such safety features on the accuracy and completeness of dose delivery by comparing the residual volumes remaining in three prefilled safety syringes relative to a regular 'naked' prefilled syringe as a reference injection device.