Translation of bile in Spanish:

bile

bilis, n.

Pronunciation /baɪl//bʌɪl/

noun

  • 1

    Physiology
    bilis feminine
    • It stores bile, a liquid produced by the liver, and then releases it into the intestine to help digestion.
    • A sac located under the liver that stores and concentrates bile secreted by the liver.
    • The gallbladder is a tiny pouch that stores the bile produced by the liver.
    • However, the mechanism of the response to heat stress vis-a-vis the formation and flow of bile in liver is not known.
    • The gallbladder stores bile, used to emulsify beneficial fats so the body can absorb them.
    • As the condition progresses, nodules appear and the liver becomes stained with bile.
    • Gall stones in the Gall bladder, a storehouse for bile secreted by the liver, is a common health problem.
    • In a healthy liver, blood and bile travel in opposite directions and never meet.
    • The main function of the gallbladder is to store bile, a digestive fluid produced by the liver.
    • The gallbladder is a small muscular sac located under the liver that stores bile secreted by the liver.
    • The gall bladder stores and secretes bile, which includes salts used to break down food.
    • It stores a green liquid called bile, which is produced by the liver to help the body digest fats and other substances.
    • No one wants to get blood, pus, bile, or urine over their clothes, after all, not to mention faeces or vomit.
    • The duodenum receives bile from the liver and digestive enzymes from the pancreas.
    • Augmentin can cause jaundice by slowing the normal flow of bile from the liver.
    • Enzymes and bile salts in the gastric juice clearly augment the damaging effects of the acid.
    • The gall bladder acts as a regulator of bile from the liver, increasing or decreasing it to suit, depending on your diet.
    • The presence of lipids in the intestine stimulates the secretion of bile and pancreatic juice.
    • The gall bladder receives bile from the liver, stores and concentrates it, and delivers it to the intestine as required.
    • It also stimulates release of bile from the liver and pepsin from the stomach.
  • 2literary

    (bad temper)
    mal genio masculine
    their insolence roused his bile su insolencia hizo que montara en cólera literary
    • A stomach full of bile with lashings of politically incorrect humour, Burns is back.
    • Still, if you want your Crisis analysis to have plenty of bite and a dash of bile, relish Living Dangerously.
    • Isaacs gives us occasional glimpses of the man beneath all the poisonous bile.
    • Frothing and foaming and using words dripping with bile and hatred.
    • It would not, through the mysterious alchemy of hatred and bile, become poison.
    • Feel your bile rise in righteous indignation as you realise they've put in not one but two Coldplay albums.
    • You can see the bile and fury rising up in their necks, and then all hell breaks loose.
    • There's sheer anger and sheer angst, there's bile and hatred, there is loathing.
    • I am boring and bitter and pathetic and full of bile, but despite that, I care about you and how you care about me and we care about each other.
    • So it is that one notices that a marked tendency to bile and ill-humour surfaces among blog entries.
    • Miette felt a sudden burst of irrational anger rise up in her like bile.
    • Scratch the surface and all you'll find resentment, bitterness and bile!
    • Such nice sentiments, but from the Greens, their sweetness is as bitter as bile.
    • I can feel anger and bile rising in me, rising up out of the years of desperation and hollow fury.
    • Not only do these dark souls live each day consumed by hatred and bile, but they drag others into it.
    • The Sunday papers in Ireland were full of bile for the Lord Mayor.
    • Lara's panic had turned to hot anger, rising in the back of her throat like bile.
    • This is where the bile and the agony and the rage of rock and roll was sharpened and honed.
    • The first festival I attended was by far the best, because the air was thick with bile and acrimony.
    • Who wants to flip to the sports page only to find bitter bile and moping?