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Italian - English (British) translations for "sangue"

"sangue" Italian translation





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Meaning: Blood

Il sangue scorre nelle vene.

The blood flows in the veins.

Meaning: Lineage

Siamo di sangue nobile.

We are of noble lineage.

Meaning: Bloody

La ferita è ancora sanguinante.

The wound is still bloody.

Meaning: Passion

Ha il sangue caldo.

He has hot blood.

Meaning: Red color

Il tramonto è di un bel rosso sangue.

The sunset is a beautiful blood red.


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A1: Il sangue è rosso.

A1: Blood is red.

A1: Ho bisogno di una trasfusione di sangue.

A1: I need a blood transfusion.

A1: La ferita sta sanguinando molto.

A1: The wound is bleeding a lot.

B1: Mia nonna ha il gruppo sanguigno AB positivo.

B1: My grandmother has blood type AB positive.

B1: Il medico mi ha detto che ho la pressione alta a causa del sangue troppo denso.

B1: The doctor told me that I have high blood pressure due to my blood being too thick.

B2: Dopo l'incidente, il poliziotto ha fatto un prelievo di sangue per accertare se il conducente fosse ubriaco.

B2: After the accident, the police officer took a blood sample to determine if the driver was drunk.

C1: La donazione di sangue è un atto di generosità che può salvare molte vite.

C1: Blood donation is an act of generosity that can save many lives.

C1: L'emoglobina è una proteina presente nel sangue che trasporta l'ossigeno ai tessuti dell'organismo.

C1: Hemoglobin is a protein present in the blood that carries oxygen to the body's tissues.

C2: La trasfusione di sangue è un procedimento medico che consiste nel trasferire sangue o componenti del sangue da un donatore a un ricevente.

C2: Blood transfusion is a medical procedure that involves transferring blood or blood components from a donor to a recipient.

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The Italian noun "sangue" translates to "blood" in English. It refers to the red fluid that circulates in the arteries and veins of humans and other animals, carrying oxygen and nutrients to the body's tissues and removing waste products.

In Italian culture, "sangue" is often used metaphorically to represent family ties or lineage. The phrase "di sangue" (of blood) is commonly used to describe a close relative, emphasizing the strong bond between family members.

Additionally, "sangue" can be used in idiomatic expressions and proverbs. For example, the expression "fare il sangue blu" (to have blue blood) means to come from a noble or aristocratic family, while the proverb "il sangue non è acqua" (blood is not water) emphasizes the enduring nature of familial relationships.

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