Word: bladders

Category: bladders

Business & Industrial, Hobbies & Leisure, Health

Related words: bladders

water bladders, gall bladders, fish bladders, air bladders, bear gall bladders, fuel bladders, swim bladders, hydration bladders, camelbak bladders

Synonyms: bladders

vesica

Translations: bladders

spanish
vejigas, vejiga, vejigas de, las vejigas, vesículas


german
blasen

french
vessies, vessie, des vessies, réservoirs souples, vésicules

italian
vesciche, le vesciche, vescica, vesciche di, serbatoi elastici

portuguese
bexigas, bexiga, câmaras, bexigas de, reservatórios flexíveis

dutch
blazen, blaas, brandstoftanks, fuel bladders

russian
пузыри, баллоны, пузырей, мочевые пузыри

norwegian
blærer, blærene, blæren

swedish
blåsor, blåsorna, urinblåsor, tankar

finnish
rakot, rakkojen, rakkoja, virtsarakkoja, virtsarakot

danish
blærer, blærerne, blaerer, blære, -blærer

czech
měchýře, vaky, močové měchýře, močových měchýřů, moćových męchýřû

polish
pęcherze, pęcherzy, przepony, poduszki, przepony w

hungarian
hólyag, hólyagot, a hólyag, hólyagból, tömlők

turkish
mesaneler, mesanelerde, mesaneleri, mesanesi

greek
κύστεις, κύστες, ουροδόχων κύστεων, ουροδόχοι κύστεις, ουροδόχους κύστεις

ukrainian
бульбашки, міхури, бульки, пухирі, пузирі

albanian
fshikëzat

bulgarian
пикочни мехури, мехури, резервоари, пикочните мехури, мехур

belarusian
бурбалкі

estonian
põied, põite, põisi, -põied, põiest

croatian
mjehuri, mjehura, mjehur, mjehurom, mjuehuri

icelandic
blöðrur

lithuanian
pūslės, pūslių, rezervuarai, pūsles

latvian
pūšļi, pūšļus, pūšļu, tvertnes, elastīgas tvertnes

macedonian
меур, мочниот меур, меур од, пикочни мехури

romanian
vezici, vezicile, elastice, rezervoare elastice, vezica

slovenian
mehurji, mehurjev, opne, mehur, mehurje

slovak
mechúra, mechúre

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The meaning and "use of": bladders

noun
  • a membranous sac in humans and other animals, in which urine is collected for excretion.
  • anything inflated and hollow.

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