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Eurytopic

ˌjʊərɪˈtɒpɪk

Meanings of Eurytopic:

adjective

(of an organism) able to tolerate a wide range of habitats or ecological conditions.

Usage examples:

Also as seen in graptolites, many of the taxa that were common during the hirnantian were eurytopic…

Meanings of Eusol:

noun

An antiseptic solution of chlorinated lime and boric acid.

Meanings of Eustatic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting changes in sea level throughout the world.

Usage examples:

Eustatic sea-level fluctuations

Meanings of Eutectic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a mixture of substances (in fixed proportions) that melts and freezes at a single temperature that is lower than the melting points of the separate constituents or of any other mixture of them.

Usage examples:

The eutectic mixture melts at 183°c
noun

A eutectic mixture.

Usage examples:

The structure is illustrated in fig.4 from the cast iron article which shows the structure of the p…

Eutectics

juːˈtɛktɪk

Meanings of Eutectics:

noun

A eutectic mixture.

Usage examples:

The structure is illustrated in fig.4 from the cast iron article which shows the structure of the p…
adjective

Relating to or denoting a mixture of substances (in fixed proportions) that melts and freezes at a single temperature that is lower than the melting points of the separate constituents or of any other mixture of them.

Usage examples:

The eutectic mixture melts at 183°c

Eutectoid

juːˈtɛktɔɪd

Meanings of Eutectoid:

adjective

Relating to or denoting an alloy which has a minimum transformation temperature between a solid solution and a simple mixture of metals.

Usage examples:

Silicon and aluminum increase the graphitization potential for both the eutectic and eutectoid tran…
noun

A eutectoid mixture or alloy.

Meanings of Euterpe:

proper noun

The muse of flutes.

Meanings of Euthanasia:

noun

The painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease or in an irreversible coma.

Usage examples:

She wants the laws around euthanasia to be changed

Eutherian

juːˈθɪərɪən

Meanings of Eutherian:

noun

A mammal of the major group eutheria, which excludes the marsupials and monotremes.

Usage examples:

Attempts to resolve the relationships of xenarthra and pholidota to other eutherian mammals have no…
adjective

Relating to or denoting eutherians.

Usage examples:

Several explanations have been proposed for the acquisition of genomic imprinting in eutherian mamm…

Euthyroid

juːˈθʌɪrɔɪd

Meanings of Euthyroid:

adjective

Having a normally functioning thyroid gland.

Usage examples:

These hormones feedback on the pituitary, resulting in the desired euthyroid steady state

Meanings of Eutopia:

noun

A perfect (imagined or hypothetical) society or state of existence; a place of supreme happiness. also: a literary work describing such a place; a vision of an ideal state of existence.

Meanings of Eutopian:

adjective

Designating a eutopia; of, relating to, or proposing a eutopia.

noun

Originally: a person who inhabits a eutopia. later chiefly: a person who imagines or proposes a eutopia.

Eutrophic

juːˈtrəʊfɪk

Meanings of Eutrophic:

adjective

(of a lake or other body of water) rich in nutrients and so supporting a dense plant population, the decomposition of which kills animal life by depriving it of oxygen.

Usage examples:

Dynamics of phytoplankton succession coupled to species diversity as a system-level tool for study …

Eutrophication

ˌjuː.trə.fɪˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Eutrophication:

noun

Excessive richness of nutrients in a lake or other body of water, frequently due to run-off from the land, which causes a dense growth of plant life.

Usage examples:

Algal blooms, toxin production and eutrophication (water pollution caused by excessive plant nutrie…

Ev

ˌiːˈviː

Meanings of Ev:

noun

Abbreviation for embedded value

Meanings of Eva:

abbreviation

Ethyl vinyl acetate, a material used as cushioning in running shoes, consisting of a rubbery copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate.

noun

Abbreviation for economic value added

Evacuant

ɪˈvakjʊənt

Meanings of Evacuant:

adjective

(of a medicine or treatment) acting to induce some kind of bodily discharge.

noun

An evacuant medicine, such as a laxative, an emetic, or a sudorific.

Usage examples:

For constipation common remedies were liquorice powder, nyalls figsen (californian syrup of figs), …

Evacuants

ɪˈvakjʊənt

Meanings of Evacuants:

noun

An evacuant medicine, such as a laxative, an emetic, or a sudorific.

Usage examples:

For constipation common remedies were liquorice powder, nyalls figsen (californian syrup of figs), …
adjective

(of a medicine or treatment) acting to induce some kind of bodily discharge.

Meanings of Evacuate:

verb

Remove (someone) from a place of danger to a safer place.

Usage examples:

Several families were evacuated from their homes

Evacuated

ɪˈvakjʊeɪt

Meanings of Evacuated:

verb

Remove (someone) from a place of danger to a safer place.

Usage examples:

Several families were evacuated from their homes

Evacuates

ɪˈvæk.ju.eɪt

Meanings of Evacuates:

verb

Remove (someone) from a place of danger to a safer place.

Usage examples:

Several families were evacuated from their homes

Meanings of Evacuating:

verb

Remove (someone) from a place of danger to a safer place.

Usage examples:

Several families were evacuated from their homes

Evacuation

ɪˌvæk.juˈeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Evacuation:

noun

The action of evacuating a person or a place.

Usage examples:

There were waves of evacuation during the blitz

Evacuations

ɪˌvæk.juˈeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Evacuations:

noun

The action of evacuating a person or a place.

Usage examples:

There were waves of evacuation during the blitz

Evacuative

ɪˈvakjʊətɪv

Meanings of Evacuative:

adjective

(of a medicine or treatment) acting to induce some kind of bodily discharge; evacuant.

Usage examples:

Traditional evacuative medicaments

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