anaemic


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Related to anaemic: anaemic anoxia

a·nae·mic

 (ə-nē′mĭk)
adj.
Variant of anemic.

anaemic

(əˈniːmɪk) or

anemic

adj
1. (Pathology) relating to or suffering from anaemia
2. pale and sickly looking; lacking vitality
aˈnaemically adv

a•ne•mic

(əˈni mɪk)

adj.
1. suffering from anemia.
2. lacking power, vigor, vitality, or colorfulness; weak.
[1830–40]
a•ne′mi•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.anaemic - relating to anemia or suffering from anemiaanaemic - relating to anemia or suffering from anemia
2.anaemic - lacking vigor or energyanaemic - lacking vigor or energy; "an anemic attempt to hit the baseball"
weak - wanting in physical strength; "a weak pillar"

anaemic

adjective
2. weak, feeble, lacklustre, bland, poor, halfhearted We will see some economic recovery, but it will be very anaemic.
Translations
مُصاب بالأَنِيمِيَايُعاني مِن فَقْر الدَّم
chudokrevný
anæmiskblodfattig
aneeminen
anemičan
blóîlaus
貧血の
빈혈의
chudokrvný
anemisk
ที่ขาดเลือดแดง
thiếu máu

anaemic

anemic (US) [əˈniːmɪk] ADJ (Med) → anémico (fig) (= weak) → débil

anaemic

[əˈniːmɪk] (British) anemic (US) adj
(MEDICINE)anémique
(= insipid) [person, character] → insipide; [film, book] → plat(e), fade; [taste, colour] → insipide

anaemic

, (US) anemic
adj
(fig)anämisch, saft- und kraftlos; colour, appearancebleichsüchtig, anämisch

anaemic

anemic (Am) [əˈniːmɪk] adjanemico/a

anaemia

(əˈniːmiə) (American) anemia noun
a medical condition caused by not having enough red cells in the blood.
aˈnaemic adjective
suffering from anaemia.

anaemic

مُصاب بالأَنِيمِيَا chudokrevný anæmisk blutarm αναιμικός anémico aneeminen anémié anemičan anemico 貧血の 빈혈의 bloedarm anemisk anemiczny anémico, anêmico малокровный anemisk ที่ขาดเลือดแดง anemi thiếu máu 贫血的
References in classic literature ?
I admire their polish -- their youth is already so accomplished that it seems absurd to speak of promise -- I marvel at the felicity of their style; but with all their copiousness (their vocabulary suggests that they fingered Roget's Thesaurus in their cradles) they say nothing to me: to my mind they know too much and feel too obviously; I cannot stomach the heartiness with which they slap me on the back or the emotion with which they hurl themselves on my bosom; their passion seems to me a little anaemic and their dreams a trifle dull.
But he was one of those weak creatures, void of pride, timorous, anaemic, hateful souls, full of shifty cunning, who face neither God nor man, who face not even themselves.
He was narrow-hipped, narrow-shouldered, and anaemic, while he seemed not so much oppressed by gloom as by a sweet and gentle sadness, the weight of which was as sweetly and gently borne.
She was very anaemic. Her thin lips were pale, and her skin was delicate, of a faint green colour, without a touch of red even in the cheeks.
I did it because the way led to it, because I was only a human boy, a creature of my environment, and neither an anaemic nor a god.
In short, Brissenden struck Martin as anaemic and feather-brained, and was promptly dismissed from his mind.
Her father, a mild-tempered, narrow-chested, anaemic little clerk, domestic because of his inherent disability to mix with men, had done his full share toward giving the home an atmosphere of sweetness and tenderness.
The uniform paleness of her complexion was not that of an anaemic girl.
Andrey Semyonovitch was an anaemic, scrofulous little man, with strangely flaxen mutton-chop whiskers of which he was very proud.
About 70% of our iron is found in red blood cells, so when the iron stores get low, we can become anaemic.
It is bad enough that a heavy majority of the Baloch mothers of today are anaemic, but the proportion is likelier than not to rise in future.
From my initial work, I found that, over one year, half of the deaths of mothers were due to anaemic heart failure and a third were due to severe bleeding at childbirth with some of the excess risk being related to the management of labour and delivery in anaemic women.