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tumour
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
tumour /'tju:mə/ (tumour) /'tju:mə/
  • danh từ
    • khối u, u, bướu
      • malignant tumor: u ác tính
Concise Dictionary
tumours'tuːmə(r) /'tju-
noun
+an abnormal new mass of tissue that serves no purpose
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
neoplasm, cancer, melanoma, sarcoma, malignancy, carcinoma, growth, lump, swelling, protuberance, excrescence:
The doctor found a tumour that he said ought to be removed.
Advanced English Dictionary
(BrE) (AmE tumor)
+ noun
a mass of cells growing in or on a part of the body where they should not, usually causing medical problems: a brain tumour + a benign / malignant (= harmless / harmful) tumour
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

cancerous | malignant | benign | primary | brain, breast, kidney, etc.

VERB + TUMOUR

diagnose | remove

TUMOUR + NOUN

cell, tissue | formation, growth | virus

PREP.

~ in
a primary tumour in the breast
| ~ on
a malignant tumour on the eyelid



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