anemic


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a·ne·mic

also a·nae·mic  (ə-nē′mĭk)
adj.
1. Relating to or suffering from anemia.
2. Lacking vitality; listless and weak: an anemic attempt to hit the baseball; an anemic economic recovery.

a·ne′mi·cal·ly adv.

anemic

(əˈniːmɪk)
adj
(Pathology) the usual US spelling of anaemic

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.anemic - lacking vigor or energyanemic - lacking vigor or energy; "an anemic attempt to hit the baseball"
weak - wanting in physical strength; "a weak pillar"
2.anemic - relating to anemia or suffering from anemiaanemic - relating to anemia or suffering from anemia

anemic

adjective
1. Of or associated with sickness:
2. Being weak in quality or substance:
Translations
chudokrevný
anæmisk
aneeminenvähäverinen
anemičan
貧血の
빈혈의
anemisk
ที่ขาดเลือดแดง
thiếu máu

anemic

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

anemic

adj anémico
References in classic literature ?
That fireplace--those big stones--I was soft, then, a little, anemic, alcoholic degenerate, with the spunk of a rabbit and about one per cent as much stamina, and some of those big stones nearly broke my back and my heart.
And in my nervous anxiety to allay any suspicions aroused by my companion's extraordinary behavior, I outstayed even the eminent detective and his friends, saw them examine the Raffles Relics, heard them discuss me under my own nose, and at last was alone with the anemic clerk.
Prices have trimmed a big seasonal rise in the spring, with support this time around from lower mortgage rates, and activity is climbing from an anemic pace into late-2018.
Now, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine report they have developed that model - believed to be the first of its kind - using infant mice, or pups, that are first made anemic and then given blood transfusions from neonates of a different mouse strain.
The red giant, named SMSS J160540.186144323.1, is also the first of its kind to be "anemic" in the galaxy.
He said he was not happy with the sector's anemic growth.
The anemic group was defined as having hemoglobin level below 11g/dl and serum ferritin level 11g/dl.
The year-to-date rise in headhaul demand was by the end of October reading 3.5 percent - a more convincing performance than the anemic 1.2 percent recorded for the North Europe trade.
Out of 313 animals, 40 animals each of sheep and goats were selected based on the standard anemia score chart (Singh and Swarnkar, 2012) for anemia grading as:1 red (non-anaemic; PCV:>32); 2: redpink (non-anemic; PCV: 28-32); 3: pink (mild anemic; PCV: 23-27); 4: pink-white (anaemic; PCV: 18-22) and 5: white (severely anemic PCV:<18).
-- The risk of depression was more than doubled in women who were anemic during pregnancy, according to a recent retrospective cohort study of nearly 1,000 women.
esculenta leaf extract in anemic and normal Wistar rats.