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vein /veɪn/ noun

ورید ، سیاهرگ ، حالت ، تمایل ، روش ، رگ دار کردن ، رگه دار شدن ، علوم مهندسی: رگه ، عمران: ترک ایجاد شده در سنگها ، معماری: رگ سنگ ، روانشناسی: سیاهرگ
- blood vessel
- seam, course, current, lode, stratum, streak, stripe
- mood, mode, note, style, temper, tenor, tone
Related Words: way, line, mood, tenor, complexion, disposition, fettle, temperament, character, nature, spirit

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

vein /veɪn/ noun
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: veine, from Latin vena]

1. [countable] one of the tubes which carries blood to your heart from other parts of your body ⇒ artery:
the pulmonary vein
She felt the blood racing through her veins as they kissed.

2. [countable] one of the thin lines on a leaf or on an insect’s wing

3. [countable] one of the thin lines on a piece of cheese or some types of stone

4. [countable] a thin layer of a valuable metal or mineral which is contained in rock
vein of
veins of gold

5. in a ... vein in a particular style of speaking or writing a