sangre = blood feminine noun

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feminine noun
feminine noun

English Translation of SANGRE

: bloodtiene sangre de tipo O negativo he's blood type O negative las enfermedades de la sangre blood diseases la tela es de color rojo sangre the fabric is a blood-red color estuvo echando sangre por la nariz his nose was bleeding me está saliendo sangre de la herida my cut is bleeding por sus venas corre sangre caliente he is very hot-blooded de sangre caliente warm-blooded (más sustantivo) era el que tenía más sangre fría a la hora de tomar decisiones he was the coolest when it came to taking decisions la sangre fría del asesino the murderer's cold-blooded nature de sangre fría cold-blooded (más sustantivo) mantener la sangre fría to keep calm los inmigrantes inyectaron sangre nueva en el país the immigrants injected new blood into the country me arde la sangre cada vez que me habla each time he speaks to me it makes my blood boil me bulle la sangre ante tanto sufrimiento seeing such suffering makes my blood boil no les importa hacer correr la sangre de sus compatriotas they are unconcerned about shedding the blood of their fellow countrymen sus gritos le helaban la sangre a cualquiera her cries would make anyone's blood run cold me hierve la sangre cuando nos tratan así it really makes me mad or it makes my blood boil when they treat us like this me quema la sangre verlo sufrir it makes my blood boil to see him suffer lleva sangre española en las venas he has Spanish blood (in him) somos hermanos de sangre we're blood brothers tenemos la misma sangre we are blood relations lleva la política en la sangre he's got politics in his blood
a sangre fría : in cold bloodlo asesinaron a sangre fría they killed him in cold blood
a sangre y fuego : by violent forcela revuelta fue aplastada a sangre y fuego the revolt was crushed ruthlessly or by fire and sword
pura sangre : thoroughbred

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Sometimes Confused With: sangré (sangrar), sangre (sangrar)

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