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Meanings of Retinochorioidal:

adjective

Of or relating to the retina and the choroid.

Meanings of Retinochorioiditis:

noun

Inflammation of the retina and choroid; = "choroido-retinitis".

Retinoid

ˈrɛtɪnɔɪd

Meanings of Retinoid:

noun

Any of a group of compounds having effects in the body like those of vitamin a.

Usage examples:

Although the preclinical data have been promising, human studies using vitamin a or retinoids as ch…

Retinol

ˈret.ɪ.nɒl

Meanings of Retinol:

noun

A yellow compound found in green and yellow vegetables, egg yolk, and fish-liver oil. it is essential for growth and for vision in dim light.

Usage examples:

Opt for products that contain skin-lightening ingredients like retinol, vitamin c and licorice.

Retinopathy

ˌret.ɪnˈɒp.ə.θi

Meanings of Retinopathy:

noun

Disease of the retina which results in impairment or loss of vision.

Usage examples:

Diabetic retinopathy and neuropathy may be related to too much sorbitol in the cells of the eyes an…

Meanings of Retinoscope:

noun

A device used to perform retinoscopy, typically incorporating a mirror, light source, and condensing lens.

Meanings of Retinoscopic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or performed by retinoscopy.

Meanings of Retinoscopies:

noun

A method for determining the refraction of the eye by projecting a beam of light into it and observing the movements of the illuminated area of the retina and the light reflected back through the pupil.

Meanings of Retinoscopist:

noun

An expert or specialist in retinoscopy.

Meanings of Retinoscopy:

noun

A method for determining the refraction of the eye by projecting a beam of light into it and observing the movements of the illuminated area of the retina and the light reflected back through the pupil.

Meanings of Retinospora:

noun

Originally: any of several japanese cypresses constituting the former genus retinispora (later spelt retinospora), now included in chamaecyparis; (also, in form retinispora or retinospora) the genus itself. in later use: any of various (varieties of) trees and shrubs of the genus chamaecyparis and allied genera having permanently juvenile (needle-like) foliage, especially grown for ornament or as hedging.

Retinue

ˈrɛtɪnjuː

Meanings of Retinue:

noun

A group of advisers, assistants, or others accompanying an important person.

Usage examples:

The rock star's retinue of security guards and personal cooks

Meanings of Retinues:

noun

A group of advisers, assistants, or others accompanying an important person.

Usage examples:

The rock star's retinue of security guards and personal cooks

Meanings of Retinula:

noun

In the eyes of various invertebrates: a group of elongated neuronal cells forming the light-sensitive unit of the retina (or of each ommatidium in a compound eye). frequently attributive, especially in "retinula cell".

Meanings of Retinular:

adjective

Of, relating to, or forming a retinula.

Meanings of Retinulas:

noun

In the eyes of various invertebrates: a group of elongated neuronal cells forming the light-sensitive unit of the retina (or of each ommatidium in a compound eye). frequently attributive, especially in "retinula cell".

Meanings of Retinule:

noun

= retinula .

Meanings of Retip:

verb

To provide with a new tip or tips; to re-cover the end of.

Meanings of Retiracy:

noun

Retirement; especially seclusion, privacy.

Retiral

rɪˈtʌɪr(ə)l

Meanings of Retiral:

noun

(in scotland) a person's retirement from a job or office.

Usage examples:

Early retiral

Retire

rəˈtɪəreɪ

Meanings of Retire:

verb

Leave one's job and cease to work, typically on reaching the normal age for leaving service.

Usage examples:

He retired from the navy in 1986
noun

A movement in which one leg is raised at right angles to the body until the toe is in line with the knee of the supporting leg.

Usage examples:

The orchestra stopped, and she continued to stay on pointe; sometimes moving from retiré into a la …

Retire-to

rɪˈtaɪər

Meanings of Retire-to:

verb

To leave your job or stop working because of having reached a particular age or because of ill health, or to cause someone or something to stop being employed or used

Usage examples:

[ i ] he worked in television after retiring from baseball., [ i ] i’ll be retiring soon., [ t ] th…

Meanings of Retired:

adjective

Having left one's job and ceased to work.

Usage examples:

A retired headmaster
verb

Leave one's job and cease to work, typically on reaching the normal age for leaving service.

Usage examples:

He retired from the navy in 1986

Meanings of Retiredly:

adverb

In a withdrawn or secluded manner; privately.

Retiredness

rɪˈtʌɪədnəs

Meanings of Retiredness:

noun

Seclusion.

Usage examples:

A place of solitude and retiredness

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