n мед. левкимия, левкоза
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{lju:'ki:miъ} n мед. левкимия, левкоза.
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n мед. левкимия, левкоза
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leucaemia, leukaemia[lju´ki:miə] n мед. левкемия, злокачествена анемия.

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