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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121730: Vocabulary: idioms: blood
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    Vocabulary: idioms: blood

    BLOOD is LIFE! ... It's what nurtures us, mammals, "warm-blooded animals".  Not only that!  BLOOD has a highly symbolic power since it is transmitted from generations (or dynasties) to generations. Blood is the main component of our genetic heritage, giving us part of our strengths and weaknesses...         



                             A nosebleed               

                            Blood shot eyes            

             To donate blood=> a blood donor   


                             Blood pressure              

                      A blood transfusion

          To get blood out of a stone  


                     To draw blood         

                  To sweat blood and tears            

                       To run in the blood              

     To be near in blood                In cold blood 
     To stain one's hands with blood   To be flesh and blood   
     To be blood and thunder   A bloodcurler
     Blood rushed up to his head   To be after sb's blood 
     ... no blood in one's veins   To make sb's blood up   
     There's bad blood between them     A bloodless victory 
     The call of blood   My own flesh and blood   
     A bloodbath   A blood feud 

    Warm-blooded/ cold-blooded animals

                A bloodhorse/ bloodstock             

                   A bloodhound


           A Bloody Mary               Blood pudding/ sausage

    In familiar language, or in slang, "bloody" is an emphatic adjective used to intensify the meaning of a word: 

    - a bloody fool 

    - it's bloody hot!; a bloody so ... a bloody nuisance... 

    And a few proverbs ... 

    - Blood will have blood.

    - Blood is thicker than water.

    - Blood will tell/ Good blood cannot lie! 

    - His blood shall be on our heads.


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    1. 'Of course not! When you have a , you shouldn’t tilt your head backward, not to swallow or inhale blood, but you should tilt it a little forward and pinch your nose firmly.'

    2. The patient should have his checked three times in a row and twice a day, at least.

    3. 'The nurse is going to come and to have it analysed first thing in the morning.'

    4. According to the detectives, the murder was committed , and the victim was stabbed five times.

    5. 'Oh, Tom, if you weren’t , I’d send you to a boarding school abroad to teach you how to behave.'

    6. ' Yes, they’re battling hard, but don’t worry, as they are non violent, we’ll have a .'

    7. 'I seldom bet on horses, but in the next race, Golden Arrow was fathered by a bloodhorse, and is bound to win.'

    8. In this family, the love of music ; all the members play an instrument several times a week.

    9. 'Don’t provoke him. There has been between our families for generations. Nothing can be done!'

    10. Because of the pollution in the city, Marvin’s eyes were and swollen. Such an allergy is terrible!

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