artery, arteria, arterial blood vessel(noun)
a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body
a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic
An efferent blood vessel from the heart, conveying blood away from the heart regardless of oxygenation status; see pulmonary artery.
A major transit corridor.
Origin: From artaire, from arteria, from ἀρτηρία.
the trachea or windpipe
one of the vessels or tubes which carry either venous or arterial blood from the heart. They have tricker and more muscular walls than veins, and are connected with them by capillaries
hence: Any continuous or ramified channel of communication; as, arteries of trade or commerce
Origin: [L. arteria windpipe, artery, Gr. .]
Arteries are blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart. This blood is normally oxygenated, exceptions made for the pulmonary and umbilical arteries. The Effective Arterial Blood Volume is that extracellular fluid which fills the arterial system. The circulatory system is vital for sustaining life. Its proper functioning is responsible for the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to all cells, as well as the removal of carbon dioxide and waste products, the maintenance of optimum pH, and the circulation of proteins and cells of the immune system. In developed countries, the two leading causes of death, myocardial infarction, and stroke, may each directly result from an arterial system that has been slowly and progressively compromised by years of deterioration..
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
är′tėr-i, n. a tube or vessel which conveys blood from the heart (see Aorta)—also metaphorically: any main channel of communication.—adj. Artēr′ial—v.t. Artēr′ialise, to make arterial.—ns. Artēriot′omy, the cutting or opening of an artery, to let blood; Arterī′tis, inflammation of an artery. [L.—Gr. artēria, orig. the windpipe most probably—Gr. air-ein, to raise. The ancient conception of the artery as an air-duct gave rise to the derivation from Gr. aēr, air.]
The numerical value of artery in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of artery in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of artery in a Sentence
This is the main artery for Daesh.
[Heron] had a massive dissection of the main coronary artery.
[Herron] had a massive dissection of the main coronary artery.
This is a game changer, there are no longer going to be permanent metal implants in the artery.
The penile artery that delivers the blood flow to the penis is a much smaller diameter, and it's the smaller blood vessels which show the first signs of disease, they are unable to dilate and deliver sufficient blood flow.
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- artèriaCatalan, Valencian
- carretera principal, arteriaSpanish
- cuisle, cuisle-fhala, cuisle-mhòrScottish Gaelic
- 동맥, 動脈Korean
- uaua totoMāori
- artär, pulsåderSwedish
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