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View synonyms for blood bank

blood bank

noun

  1. a place where blood or blood plasma is collected, processed, stored, and distributed.
  2. such a supply of blood or blood plasma.


blood bank

noun

  1. a place where whole blood, blood plasma, or other blood products are stored until required in transfusion


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Word History and Origins

Origin of blood bank1

First recorded in 1935–40
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Example Sentences

I came to determine that it was literally a river of money flowing out of the blood bank and into our prison system here and it wended its way into every crack and crevice of this institution.

Word spread among inmates, prison officials and politicos that Duda, a 33-year-old filmmaker, was probing the prison’s blood bank.

They did things like donating time, money, and even their blood to blood banks.

Because some centers require longer deferrals, check with local blood banks.

Back then, blood banks didn’t know to screen for the virus from donated blood.

It now provides facilities for maternal and infant care, along with diagnostic laboratories and an emergency blood bank.

I went—ran out across to the blood bank and came back and went into the trauma room.

Did you give it for a particular person or for a blood bank?

The dispatcher said, "Any unit near Gaston 3600 block, this is about a blood bank."

Each department has its own blood bank and donation is compulsory.

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