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Meanings of Chemosterilants:

noun

A chemical substance which inhibits an organism's ability to reproduce.

Meanings of Chemosurgery:

noun

A method of treating a cancer, especially of the skin, in which the tumour is excised in layers with histological examination of its entire undersurface and other margins.

Meanings of Chemosynthesis:

noun

The synthesis of organic compounds by bacteria or other living organisms using energy derived from reactions involving inorganic chemicals, typically in the absence of sunlight.

Usage examples:

In the darkness at these depths, chemosynthesis takes the place of photosynthesis - the trapping of…

Meanings of Chemosynthetically:

adverb

In a chemosynthetic manner; by means of chemosynthesis.

Meanings of Chemotactically:

adverb

By means of chemotaxis.

Chemotaxis

ˌkiːmə(ʊ)ˈtaksɪs

Meanings of Chemotaxis:

noun

Movement of a motile cell or organism, or part of one, in a direction corresponding to a gradient of increasing or decreasing concentration of a particular substance.

Usage examples:

They may stimulate different functions including angiogenesis, enzyme production, cell migration, c…

Meanings of Chemotaxonomic:

adjective

Of or relating to chemotaxonomy.

Meanings of Chemotaxonomically:

adverb

From a chemotaxonomic point of view; as regards chemotaxonomy.

Meanings of Chemotaxonomist:

noun

A specialist in chemotaxonomy.

Meanings of Chemotaxonomy:

noun

Taxonomy, especially that of plants, based on comparative chemical analysis.

Meanings of Chemotherapeutic:

adjective

Of or relating to chemotherapy; used in chemotherapy.

noun

A chemotherapeutic substance.

Meanings of Chemotherapeutics:

noun

The study, development, and use of specific chemical agents for the treatment of disease; the chemotherapeutic properties of a chemical agent or drug.

Chemotherapy

ˌkiːmə(ʊ)ˈθɛrəpi

Meanings of Chemotherapy:

noun

The treatment of disease by the use of chemical substances, especially the treatment of cancer by cytotoxic and other drugs.

Usage examples:

He was relieved to discover he would not need chemotherapy or radiotherapy

Meanings of Chemotic:

adjective

Affected with or characterized by chemosis; of or relating to chemosis.

Meanings of Chemotroph:

noun

A chemotrophic organism.

Meanings of Chemotrophic:

adjective

Chemotropic.

Meanings of Chemurgical:

adjective

Chemurgic.

Meanings of Chemurgically:

adverb

From the point of view of chemurgy.

Chemurgy

ˈkɛməːdʒi

Meanings of Chemurgy:

noun

The chemical and industrial use of organic raw materials.

Usage examples:

Known as chemurgy, the science lost much of its ‘reason for being’ after wwii when the petroleum in…

Meanings of Chenar:

noun

The oriental plane tree, native from south-eastern europe to northern iran.

Usage examples:

Abbottabad had avenues and groves, which contained magnificent trees of horse chestnuts, cedars, pi…

Chenille

ʃəˈniːl

Meanings of Chenille:

noun

A tufty, velvety cord or yarn, used for trimming furniture and made into carpets or clothing.

Usage examples:

To make your furniture snuggle-friendly, sew soft faux suede or chenille slipcovers for your favour…

Chenilles

ʃəˈniːl

Meanings of Chenilles:

noun

A tufty, velvety cord or yarn, used for trimming furniture and made into carpets or clothing.

Usage examples:

To make your furniture snuggle-friendly, sew soft faux suede or chenille slipcovers for your favour…

Meanings of Cheongsam:

noun

A straight, close-fitting silk dress with a high neck and slit skirt, worn by chinese and indonesian women.

Usage examples:

The opening drew a tux-and-gown crowd, including an array of cheongsams (traditional chinese dresse…

Cheque

tʃek

Meanings of Cheque:

noun

An order to a bank to pay a stated sum from the drawer's account, written on a specially printed form.

Usage examples:

They presented him with a cheque for £4,000

Chequebook

ˈtʃek.bʊk

Meanings of Chequebook:

noun

A book of printed cheques ready for use.

Usage examples:

I think about her every time my fingers touch a keyboard or turn the page of a book or balance my c…

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