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veined

 (vānd)
adj.
Having veins or showing veinlike markings.
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veined

(veɪnd)
adj
1.
a. filled, furnished, or marked with or as if with veins
b. (in combination): blue-veined.
2. (in combination): blue-veined.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.veined - having or showing markings that resemble veinsveined - having or showing markings that resemble veins
patterned - having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
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Translations

veined

[veɪnd] ADJ [hands, eyes] → venoso; [leaves] → nervado
blue-veined cheesequeso m azul
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veined

[ˈveɪnd] adjveiné(e)
blue-veined → veiné(e) de bleu
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veined

adjgeädert; handmit hervortretenden Adern; blue-veined cheeseBlauschimmelkäse m
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veined

[veɪnd] adj (hand) → venoso/a; (leaf) → nervoso/a
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