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Bloodmobile

A bloodmobile is a mobile blood donation center. It is a vehicle (usually a bus or a large van) equipped with everything necessary for a blood donation procedure. Blood drives involving bloodmobiles usually happen in public places such as colleges and churches.

Often large employers will sponsor mobile blood drives and allow employees a few hours off of work to donate blood. In addition, many high schools hold annual blood drives which allow students aged 16 and over to donate blood with a signed permission form. Typically students are offered snacks, T-shirts, or time out of class as an incentive, as well as positive peer pressure.

The Collaborative International Dictionary

bloodmobile

bloodmobile \bloodmobile\ n. a motor vehicle equipped to collect blood donations.

WordNet

bloodmobile

n. a motor vehicle equipped to collect blood donations

Wiktionary

bloodmobile

n. A vehicle outfitted to collect blood from donors.

Usage examples of "bloodmobile".

Even more intriguing, the vehicle blocking his view was an American Red Cross Bloodmobile, and two volunteers were unfurling a banner that read give the gift of life--blood drive today.

It was just after sunset when the Bloodmobile finally pulled into the parking lot of the Red Cross regional headquarters building.

Less than a minute later, the driver came around from behind the Bloodmobile, spotting her friend lying on the ground.

March 5, a Red Cross Bloodmobile was traveling along Route 2, which runs parallel to the Ohio River.

None of the activity could quite make him forget about the writer or the bloodmobile, however.

Later I tried to check to find out if any Bloodmobiles had actually vanished anywhere.

I tried to check to find out if any Bloodmobiles had actually vanished anywhere.

On the night of March 5, a Red Cross Bloodmobile was traveling along Route 2, which runs parallel to the Ohio River.

A few nights after the remarkable Bloodmobile incident, Point Pleasant police officer Harold Harmon was making a routine patrol through the dismal, unlit TNT area when a dark object hovering a few feet above a small pond caught his eye.