[ hˈɑːf blˈʌd], [ hˈɑːf blˈʌd], [ h_ˈɑː_f b_l_ˈʌ_d]
How to use "Half blood" in context?
Half blood is a term used to describe someone who has one parent who is white and one parent who is black. This term is used mostly in the United States, but it is starting to become more common in other countries as well.
People who are half blood always have a unique walk of life because of their dual heritage. They are often looked at with curiosity and their unique background often leads to them making interesting connections and friendships. Half bloods have a tendency to be more empathetic than those who are purely white or black and this helps them to connect with people from all backgrounds.
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