Translation of tissue in Spanish:


tejido, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈtɪsjuː//ˈtɪʃu//ˈtɪʃuː/


  • 1

    Anatomy Botany
    tejido masculine
    connective tissue tejido conectivo
    • before noun tissue sample muestra de tejido
    • The infiltrate was seen deep, involving the skeletal muscle and adipose tissue.
    • Through this increase, delivery of oxygen to tissues should rise, thus improving tissue oxygenation and cell function.
    • Wearing a mask to accelerate his oxygen intake, he sometimes would be joined by a therapist who worked on his leg, massaging the tissue.
    • Several green fluorescence protein probes that could genetically be distributed throughout the tissue might be useful in this regard.
    • But when a patient has a cancer removed, and the tissue is sent to me for diagnosis and testing, what exactly does it mean to say I must have the patient's consent?
    • Scans revealed the thin layer of bone behind the cheek which supports the eye had perished and all the tissue had disappeared through a hole to the sinuses.
    • They can cause extensive damage and severe lesions by entering the root and migrating through the tissue while they feed.
    • The current treatment involves taking skin samples from unaffected areas and putting them through a meshing machine to expand the tissue.
    • First, through their deliquescence of the tissue, they create a physically hospitable environment for larvae and adults.
    • Either it has been replaced with scar tissue or the cells have been damaged.
    • The baby is born with a fistula tissue which can connect the esophagus with the trachea.
    • Unlike other lymphoid tissue, red blood cells flow through it.
    • The team now aim to improve the quality of the tissue grown in the lab, to make it more comparable with that of a young animal.
    • The walls may contain mucous glands, cartilage, elastic tissue and muscle.
    • The microscope could be mechanically translated deeper into the tissue to image remote structures.
    • It all started when my vein was ‘tissued’ - my IV tube slipped out of the vein and the medicine was pumped into the tissue by mistake.
    • In the meantime, the remaining general surgeons obtain lymph nodes and spleen tissue samples for further laboratory studies.
    • For example, brain and hematopoietic stem cells give rise only to neural tissue and blood cells, respectively.
    • Subcutaneous adipose tissue and skeletal muscle mass, however, were the same in both groups.
    • This technique has been used for many tissues, including neural and cardiac tissue and cartilage.
    • They've uncovered some of the tissue of evasions and deceptions.
    • It is also true that the reasons authoritatively given for the wars, as opposed to those concocted by their left-wing supporters, were a tissue of lies.
    • In other words, what we are looking at is a CIA front company, designed to act as an owner of record for the plane and provide a tissue of commercial cover to its activities.
    • Instead I watched as a war was launched with a tissue of lies, and as innocents died needlessly.
    • In fact, the whole thing sounds like a tissue of lies from beginning to end.
    • It has proved to be nothing more than a tissue of lies and falsehoods.
    • ‘He knows of the existence of this file which is nothing but a tissue of lies,’ said his assistant.
    • When it surfaced three days later, a Mississippi jury tried to do its part by burying his story under a tissue of lies and misrepresentations.
    • It's called slander, and if your trashing is a tissue of lies that ends up harming your competitor's business, you can be sued successfully.
    • They all worked together and had concocted a tissue of lies.
    • The case against them, as this book makes clear, is a tissue of lies.
    • However, a closer look at the tissue of the dream reveals the most precarious of balances between the concerns of the individual and those of the family and community.
    • It responds to a fault line in Irish society that had been to a degree filmed over by a tissue of lies for a long time, masking the true reek of its corruption and, yes, evil.
    • ‘Anyone who knows me will recognise the orchestrated campaign of character assassination was a tissue of lies,’ he said.
    • It relies for its maintenance upon an infinitely complex and delicate tissue of relations and activities, some humble and others grand.
    • It's Michael Stipe on his back, singing through a gauzy tissue of metaphors and soft, honest statements.
    • Did you also know that you can't believe anything you read in the press, because it is all a tissue of lies?
    • If what he says is a tissue of lies, he is a megalomaniac.
    • What was said was a tissue of lies - most particularly, when I was not here to defend myself.
    • In his twisted world, this mild exposition is a tissue of lies, misrepresentations, and abuse of power.
  • 2literary

    trama feminine
    a tissue of lies una trama de mentiras
  • 3

    • 3.1(paper handkerchief)

      pañuelo de papel masculine
      Kleenex masculine trademark
      • Remember to throw the tissue away immediately after use.
      • As she was trying to clean up the mess, using a box of tissues, she heard the honking of a horn behind her.
      • On one side of the chair, a box of tissues; on the other side, a waste paper basket.
      • In fact, even using a handkerchief or a tissue at the table to blow, rather than to blot discreetly, would be offensive.
      • You're going to get involved in it and bring your handkerchief or a tissue or two.
      • I mean, who in their right mind thinks they can sell a box of tissues for ten quid?
      • There's a lot in modern life for which to be thankful and the invention and availability of paper tissues is high on the list.
      • Quickly she left the room to go search for a clean tissue to wipe the cut.
      • In other news, I have a box of tissues here that I bought upstairs earlier to help with my snotty nose.
      • She took a tissue from a dispenser, carefully shifted her goggles and dabbed her eyes dry, then tossed the tissue in the medical waste receptacle.
      • The only thing lacking are moist tissues to clean fingers with after eating the ribs.
      • People should keep their hands clean and use tissues to cover coughs and sneezes.
      • To touch up make-up to get rid of shine, gently press a dry tissue to your skin to absorb excess grease, or use grease-absorbing make-up tissues.
      • Because I didn't have a handkerchief or a tissue of any kind, I wrapped the bottom of my shirt around my hand and wiped his eyes.
      • Wipe the baggy clean with a tissue and start over with a new picture.
      • Your nose is blocked by sudden untapped reserves of mucus, so it's lucky you keep a box of paper tissues beside your bed.
      • For a portable and convenient inhalant put one drop each of the same oils on a tissue or handkerchief and inhale whenever needed to ease laboured breathing and a stuffy nose.
      • She found herself blushing at the compliment and in an effort to deflect his attention from her red cheeks, pulled a clean tissue from her pocket and started to dab at the damp spot.
      • There are flowers everywhere: on a pair of sandals, on a box of tissues, in vivid bloom on the top of a lavatory.
      • Instead, take a clean tissue, pour rubbing alcohol onto it, dab, and wipe your face with it.

    • 3.2

      papel de seda masculine

    • 3.3(cloth)

      tisú masculine
      • Elements from the paintings have been picked up to create a collection of saris and drapes in brocades, georgettes, tissue and jacquard crepe de chine.