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Ventricles

ˈvɛntrɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Ventricles:

noun

A hollow part or cavity in an organ.

Usage examples:

It communicated with the left ventricle through an orifice surrounded by pearly endocardial plaque.

Meanings of Ventricose:

adjective

Having a large or protruding stomach.

Usage examples:

A ventricose old lady

Meanings of Ventricular:

adjective

Relating either to the ventricles of the heart or any space in the body

Usage examples:

Ventricular tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation, ventricular septal defect

Meanings of Ventriculi:

Plural of ventriculus specialized

Meanings of Ventriculography:

noun

Radiography of the ventricles of the brain with the cerebral fluid replaced by air (pneumoencephalography) or radiopaque material or labelled with a radionuclide.

Usage examples:

Left ventricular systolic dysfunction was documented by either two-dimensional echocardiography or …

Ventriculus

venˈtrɪk.jə.ləs

Meanings of Ventriculus:

noun

A latin word meaning "ventricle" (= a small, hollow space), used in medical names and descriptions

Ventriloquise

vɛnˈtrɪləkwʌɪz

Meanings of Ventriloquise:

verb

Produce sounds in the manner of a ventriloquist; use ventriloquism.

Usage examples:

With practice, anyone can ventriloquize

Ventriloquised

vɛnˈtrɪləkwʌɪz

Meanings of Ventriloquised:

verb

Produce sounds in the manner of a ventriloquist; use ventriloquism.

Usage examples:

With practice, anyone can ventriloquize

Ventriloquising

vɛnˈtrɪləkwʌɪz

Meanings of Ventriloquising:

verb

Produce sounds in the manner of a ventriloquist; use ventriloquism.

Usage examples:

With practice, anyone can ventriloquize

Ventriloquism

venˈtrɪl.ə.kwɪ.zəm

Meanings of Ventriloquism:

noun

The ability to speak without moving your lips so that your voice seems to be coming from someone or something else, usually as a way of entertaining people

Ventriloquist

venˈtrɪl.ə.kwɪst

Meanings of Ventriloquist:

noun

A person, especially an entertainer, who can make their voice appear to come from somewhere else, typically a dummy of a person or animal.

Usage examples:

This is part of his insightful and terrifyingly personal series of poems from a ventriloquist's dum…

Meanings of Ventriloquists:

noun

A person, especially an entertainer, who can make their voice appear to come from somewhere else, typically a dummy of a person or animal.

Usage examples:

This is part of his insightful and terrifyingly personal series of poems from a ventriloquist's dum…

Meanings of Ventriloquize:

verb

Produce sounds in the manner of a ventriloquist; use ventriloquism.

Usage examples:

With practice, anyone can ventriloquize

Meanings of Ventriloquizing:

verb

Produce sounds in the manner of a ventriloquist; use ventriloquism.

Usage examples:

With practice, anyone can ventriloquize

Meanings of Ventriloquy:

noun

The art or practice of making one's voice appear to come from somewhere else, typically a dummy of a person or animal.

Usage examples:

He played multiple characters using his skills in quick changes and ventriloquy

Meanings of Ventripotence:

adjective

Having a large belly.

Usage examples:

His mind is obviously not of the finest fibre, nor his massive and ventripotent person either.

Meanings of Ventripotency:

adjective

Having a large belly.

Usage examples:

His mind is obviously not of the finest fibre, nor his massive and ventripotent person either.

Meanings of Ventripotent:

adjective

Having a large belly.

Usage examples:

His mind is obviously not of the finest fibre, nor his massive and ventripotent person either.

Meanings of Ventrolateral:

adjective

Situated towards the junction of the ventral and lateral sides.

Usage examples:

‘siculate’ sclerites are situated on the ventrolateral margin on either side of the animal's body.

Ventromedial

ˌvɛntrə(ʊ)ˈmiːdiəl

Meanings of Ventromedial:

adjective

Situated towards the middle of the ventral side.

Usage examples:

Cells in the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus have been shown to selectively express steroi…

Meanings of Vents:

noun

An opening that allows air, gas, or liquid to pass out of or into a confined space.

Usage examples:

Remove any debris blocking the vents
verb

Give free expression to (a strong emotion).

Usage examples:

We vent our spleen on drug barons

Meanings of Venture:

noun

A risky or daring journey or undertaking.

Usage examples:

Pioneering ventures into little-known waters
verb

Undertake a risky or daring journey or course of action.

Usage examples:

She ventured out into the blizzard

Venture-capitalist

ˈven.tʃə ˌkæp.ɪ.təl.ɪst

Meanings of Venture-capitalist:

noun

A person or financial organization that invests in new businesses, especially ones that involve risk

Usage examples:

The internet start-up is looking to raise €5 million from venture capitalists by the end of march.,…

Meanings of Ventured:

verb

Undertake a risky or daring journey or course of action.

Usage examples:

She ventured out into the blizzard
noun

A risky or daring journey or undertaking.

Usage examples:

Pioneering ventures into little-known waters

Meanings of Venturer:

noun

A person who undertakes or shares in a trading venture.

Usage examples:

Some corporate venturers contend that a strategic focus can reduce risk, thanks simply to a company…

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