Liver definitions

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The liver is defined as an organ in the body that secretes bile to help digest carbos, fats and proteins.

An example of liver is a part of the body that can be damaged from drinking too much alcohol.

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The definition of liver is made with this organ or of the same color as this organ.

An example of liver used as an adjective is "liver pate," which means a food spread made with the liver of an animal.

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A large, reddish-brown, glandular organ in the abdominal cavity of vertebrates that secretes bile and is active in the formation of certain blood proteins and in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
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An organ in invertebrates that is similar to the vertebrate liver.
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The bile-secreting organ of certain animals, used as food.
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A dark reddish brown.
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Made of or flavored with liver.

Liver pâté.

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Of a dark reddish brown.
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One who lives in a specified manner.

A high liver.

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The largest glandular organ in vertebrate animals, located in the upper or anterior part of the abdomen: it secretes bile, has an important function in the storage and metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, and helps detoxify many poisonous substances that may be ingested.
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A similar organ or tissue in invertebrate animals.
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The liver of cattle, fowl, etc., used as food.
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The reddish-brown color of liver.
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The liver thought of as the seat of emotion or desire.
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A person who lives (in a specified way or place)

A clean liver.

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A large, reddish-brown, glandular organ in the abdominal cavity of vertebrates that secretes bile and is active in the formation of certain blood proteins and in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
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An organ in invertebrates that is similar to the vertebrate liver.
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The bile-secreting organ of certain animals, used as food.
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A large glandular organ in the abdomen of vertebrate animals that is essential to many metabolic processes. The liver secretes bile, stores fat and sugar as reserve energy sources, converts harmful substances to less toxic forms, and regulates the amount of blood in the body.
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A similar organ of invertebrate animals.
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(anatomy) A large organ in the body that stores and metabolizes nutrients, destroys toxins and produces bile. It is responsible for thousands of biochemical reactions.

Steve Jobs is a famous liver transplant recipient.

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(countable, uncountable) This organ, as taken from animals used as food.

I'd like some goose liver pate.

You could fry up some chicken livers for a tasty treat. "” Nah, I don't like chicken liver.

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A dark brown colour, tinted with red and gray, like the colour of liver.

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Of the colour of liver (dark brown, tinted with red and gray).
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Someone who lives (usually in a specified way).
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Comparative form of live: more live.

Seeing things on big screen somehow makes it seem liver.

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Origin of liver

Old English lifer, from Proto-Germanic *librō. Cognate with Dutch lever, German Leber, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish lever (the last three from Old Norse lifr).