селезенка [анат.] ; злоба ; раздражение; сплин ; хандра
- These modified liver cells were then reimplanted by injection via the spleen.
- "Whosoever would have it known that he is not of the common herd", suggested Clifford Howard, "develops a spleen against the Hollywood movies."
- Strong among the answers from the Rape of Hastings was blame for infiltration from Kent and the continued presence of "wantonness, spleen or illwill".
- And a heart, a spleen, pair of legs, some ears
- Platelets are removed from the circulation in the spleen and liver.
- The spleen hard and much contracted; the Liver disease called Rata Malpigi.
- No one had ever wanted to probe my appendix, hernia, gall-bladder or spleen.
- Indeed not ten years old she knew such words (and the meaning) as larynx and spleen and rigor mortis.
- One sees them as judgments inflicted by the ancestors: the other views them as the consequence of the envious spleen of anti-social, perverted witches.
- Lazarus Cohen would have laughed at that; Butler simply vented his spleen "psalmically", whose chorus was, starkly, "O God!
- He let out a stream of invective, but the placid face before him took both spittle and spleen without flinching.
- The century also delivered a few gorgeous formal feminine odes: the Countess of Winchilsea's address "To Spleen" and Henrietta O'Neill's "Ode to the Poppy", with its almost Keatsian languor.
- Not all is spleen, however, as Jarman recalls the exhilaration of discovery and experimentation in the 1960s: "I was young and attractive and everyone was after my arse.