Meaning of haemophiliac in English:


Pronunciation /ˌhiːməˈfɪlɪak/


See haemophilia

‘I would not have had to tell them if I was a haemophiliac, and so receiving regular blood transfusions.’
  • ‘Haemophiliacs should have a say in the choice of drugs made available to treat their condition.’
  • ‘The substance can be isolated from donated blood and given to haemophiliacs to control their bleeding tendency.’
  • ‘She was haemophiliac, a condition passed down through the maternal side.’
  • ‘Haemophiliacs are ill and are suffering and time is not on our side.’