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interinsular
adj. * * *
interinsurance
/in'teuhr in shoor"euhns, -sherr"-/, n. See reciprocal insurance. [INTER- + INSURANCE] * * *
interinvolve
v.t., interinvolved, interinvolving. * * *
interionic
/in'teuhr uy on"ik/, adj. between ions. [1900-05; INTER- + IONIC] * * *
interior
—interiority /in tear'ee awr"i tee, -or"-/, n. —interiorly, adv. /in tear"ee euhr/, adj. 1. being within; inside of anything; internal; inner; further toward a center: the ...
interior angle
Geom. 1. an angle formed between parallel lines by a third line that intersects them. 2. an angle formed within a polygon by two adjacent sides. [1750-60] * * *
interior decoration
1. See interior design. 2. materials used to decorate an interior. [1800-10] * * *
interior design
1. the design and coordination of the decorative elements of the interior of a house, apartment, office, or other structural space, including color schemes, fittings, ...
interior designer
a person whose profession is the execution of interior design. Also called interior decorator. [1935-40] * * *
interior drainage
Physical Geog. a drainage system whose waters do not continue to the ocean either on the surface or underground, but evaporate within the land area. * * *
interior lineman
Football. one of the players positioned on the line of scrimmage between the ends. * * *
Interior Lowlands
▪ region, North America       the broad, generally flat areas of the central part of the North American continent. The name is used in regional geologic and ...
interior mapping
Math. an open map. * * *
interior monologue
1. Literature. a form of stream-of-consciousness writing that represents the inner thoughts of a character. 2. Motion Pictures, Television. the device of showing a character on ...
interiorangle
interior angle Angles 3, 4, 5, and 6 are interior angles; angles 3,6 and 4,5 are alternate interior angles. Clarinda/Academy Artworks n. 1. Any of the four angles formed between ...
interiordecoration
interior decoration n. The planning and execution of the layout, decoration, and furnishing of an architectural interior. Also called interior design.   interior decorator n. * ...
interiordecorator
See interior decoration. * * *
interiorism
—interiorist, n., adj. /in tear"ee euh riz'euhm/, n. Philos. a theory that truth is discovered by introspection rather than by examination of the outside world. [INTERIOR + ...
interiority
See interior. * * *
interiorize
interiorize [in tir′ē ər īz΄] vt. interiorized, interiorizing to make (a concept, value, etc.) part of one's inner nature interiorization n. * * * in·te·ri·or·ize ...
interiorly
See interiority. * * *
interiormonologue
interior monologue n. A passage of writing presenting a character's inner thoughts and emotions in a direct, sometimes disjointed or fragmentary manner. * * *
InteriorSalish
In·te·ri·or Salish (ĭn-tîrʹē-ər) n. A group of Salish-speaking Native American peoples inhabiting parts of British Columbia, northern Washington, northern Idaho, and ...
interisland
/in'teuhr uy"leuhnd/, adj. being or operating between islands: interisland transportation. [1855-60; INTER- + ISLAND] * * *
interj
interj abbrev. interjection * * *
interj.
interjection. * * *
interjacent
—interjacence, n. /in'teuhr jay"seuhnt/, adj. between or among others; intervening; intermediate. [1585-95; < L interjacent- (s. of interjacens) prp. of interjacere to lie ...
interjaculate
v.t., interjaculated, interjaculating. * * *
interjaculatory
adj. * * *
interject
—interjector, n. /in'teuhr jekt"/, v.t. 1. to insert between other things: to interject a clarification of a previous statement. 2. Obs. to come between. [1570-80; < L ...
interjection
—interjectional, interjectural /in'teuhr jek"cheuhr euhl/, adj. —interjectionally, adv. /in'teuhr jek"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of interjecting. 2. something interjected, as a ...
interjectional
interjectional [in΄tərjek′shə nəl] adj. 1. of, or having the nature of, an interjection 2. interjected 3. containing an interjection: Also ...
interjectionalize
/in'teuhr jek"sheuh nl uyz'/, v.t., interjectionalized, interjectionalizing. to make into an interjection. Also, esp. Brit., interjectionalise. [1870-75; INTERJECTIONAL + -IZE] * ...
interjectionally
See interjectional. * * *
interjector
See interject. * * *
interjectory
—interjectorily, adv. /in'teuhr jek"teuh ree/, adj. 1. characterized by interjection; interjectional. 2. thrust in; interjected: an interjectory word. [1855-60; INTERJECT + ...
interjoin
/in'teuhr joyn"/, v.t., v.i. to join, one with another. [1600-10; INTER- + JOIN] * * *
interjoist
/in"teuhr joyst'/, n. a space between two joists. [1815-25; INTER- + JOIST] * * *
interjugal
adj. * * *
interjugular
adj. * * *
interkinesis
—interkinetic /in'teuhr ki net"ik, -kuy-/, adj. /in'teuhr ki nee"sis, -kuy-/, n. Cell Biol. interphase. [1905-10; INTER- + KINESIS] * * *
interknit
/in'teuhr nit"/, v.t., interknitted or interknit, interknitting. to knit together, one with another; intertwine. [1795-1805; INTER- + KNIT] * * *
interknot
/in'teuhr not"/, v.t., v.i., interknotted, interknotting. to tie or knot together. [1605-15; INTER- + KNOT1] * * *
interlabial
adj. * * *
interlaboratory
adj. * * *
interlace
—interlacedly /in'teuhr lay"sid lee/, adv. —interlacement, n. /in'teuhr lays", in"teuhr lays'/, v., interlaced, interlacing. v.i. 1. to cross one another, typically passing ...
interlacement
See interlace. * * *
interlacing arcade
an arcade, esp. a blind one, composed of arches (interlacing arches) so arranged and cut that each arch seems to intersect and be intersected by one or more other arches. Also ...
interlacustrine
adj. * * *
Interlaken
/in"teuhr lah'keuhn, in'teuhr lah"keuhn/, n. a town in central Switzerland between the lakes of Brienz and Thun: tourist center. 4735. * * * ▪ Switzerland  town, Bern ...
interlamellar
adj. * * *
interlaminar
adj. * * *
interlaminate
—interlamination, n. /in'teuhr lam"euh nayt'/, v.t., interlaminated, interlaminating. to interlay or lay between laminae; interstratify. [1810-20; INTER- + LAMINATE] * * *
interlamination
See interlaminate. * * *
interlanguage
/in"teuhr lang'gwij/, n. 1. a language created or used for international communication. 2. (in second-language acquisition) the linguistic system characterizing the output of a ...
interlap
v.i., interlapped, interlapping. * * *
interlard
—interlardation, interlardment, n. /in'teuhr lahrd"/, v.t. 1. to diversify by adding or interjecting something unique, striking, or contrasting (usually fol. by with): to ...
interlay
/in'teuhr lay"/, v.t., interlaid, interlaying. 1. to lay between; interpose. 2. to diversify with something laid between or inserted: to interlay silver with gold. [1600-10; ...
interlayer
n. v.t. * * *
interleaf
/in"teuhr leef'/, n., pl. interleaves /-leevz'/. an additional leaf, usually blank, inserted between or bound with the regular printed leaves of a book, as to separate chapters ...
interleave
/in'teuhr leev"/, v.t., interleaved, interleaving. 1. to provide blank leaves in (a book) for notes or written comments. 2. to insert blank leaves between (the regular printed ...
interleaving
/in'teuhr lee"ving/, n. Computers. a method for making data retrieval more efficient by rearranging or renumbering the sectors on a hard disk or by splitting a computer's main ...
interlend
v., interlent, interlending. * * *
interleukin
interleukin [in΄tər lo͞o′kin] n. 1. any of a closely related family of polypeptides, derived from many cell types, that stimulate several components of the inflammatory ...
interleukin 1
/in"teuhr looh'kin/, Immunol. any of several proteins released from certain cells, esp. macrophages, and having various effects on the activity of other cells, as promoting ...
interleukin 2
1. Immunol. a lymphokine protein, secreted by T cells in response to antigen and interleukin 1, that stimulates the proliferation of T cells. 2. Pharm. a form of this protein ...
interleukin 3
Immunol. a lymphokine protein, secreted by T cells, that participates in the regulation of blood-cell production. Abbr.: IL-3 [1980-85; see INTERLEUKIN 1] * * *
interleukin-1
in·ter·leu·kin-1 (ĭnʹtər-lo͞o'kĭn-wŭnʹ) n. Abbr. IL-1 Either of two proteins, released by macrophages and other cells, that induce the production of interleukin-2 by ...
interleukin-2
in·ter·leu·kin-2 (ĭnʹtər-lo͞o'kĭn-to͞oʹ) n. Abbr. IL-2 A lymphokine that is released by helper T cells in response to an antigen and interleukin-1 and stimulates the ...
interleukin-3
in·ter·leu·kin-3 (ĭnʹtər-lo͞o'kĭn-thrēʹ) n. Abbr. IL-3 A lymphokine, released by helper T cells in response to an antigen or mitogen, that stimulates the growth of ...
interlevel
adj. * * *
interlibel
v.t., interlibeled, interlibeling or (esp. Brit.) interlibelled, interlibelling. * * *
interlibrary
adj. * * *
interlibrary loan
1. a system by which one library obtains a work for a user by borrowing it from another library. 2. a loan made by this system. [1925-30; INTER- + LIBRARY] * * *
interlie
v.i., interlay, interlain, interlying. * * *
interlight
n. * * *
interline
interline1 /in'teuhr luyn"/, v., interlined, interlining, adj. v.t. 1. to write or insert (words, phrases, etc.) between the lines of writing or print. 2. to mark or inscribe (a ...
interlineal
—interlineally, adv. /in'teuhr lin"ee euhl/, adj. interlinear. [1520-30; INTER- + LINEAL] * * *
interlinear
—interlinearly, adv. /in'teuhr lin"ee euhr/, adj. 1. situated or inserted between lines, as of the lines of print in a book: a Latin text with interlinear translation. 2. ...
interlineate
—interlineation, n. /in'teuhr lin"ee ayt'/, v.t., interlineated, interlineating. interline1 (defs. 1, 2). [1615-25; < ML interlineatus, ptp. of interlineare to INTERLINE1; see ...
interlineation
See interline1. * * *
interlingua
/in'teuhr ling"gweuh/, n. 1. an interlanguage. 2. (cap.) an artificial language developed between 1924 and 1951, based primarily upon the Romance languages, and intended mainly ...
interlingual
—interlingualism, n. /in'teuhr ling"gweuhl/, adj. pertaining to or using two or more languages: an interlingual dictionary. [1850-55; INTER- + LINGUAL] * * *
interlingually
See interlingual. * * *
interlining
interlining1 /in"teuhr luy'ning/, n. 1. an inner lining placed between the ordinary lining and the outer fabric of a garment. 2. material, as cotton or wool, for this purpose. 3. ...
interlink
v. /in'teuhr lingk", in"teuhr lingk'/; n. /in"teuhr lingk'/, v.t. 1. to link, one with another. n. 2. a connecting link. [1580-90; INTER- + LINK1] * * *
interloan
adj. n. * * *
interlobar
adj. * * *
interlobate
adj. * * *
interlobular
adj. * * *
interlocal
adj.; interlocally, adv. * * *
interlocate
v.t., interlocated, interlocating. * * *
Interlochen
▪ Michigan, United States  unincorporated resort village, Grand Traverse county, northwestern Michigan, U.S., located in a fruit-growing region about 15 miles (25 km) south ...
interlock
—interlocker, n. v. /in'teuhr lok", in"teuhr lok'/; n. /in"teuhr lok'/, v.i. 1. to fit into each other, as parts of machinery, so that all action is synchronized. 2. to ...
interlocking directorate
a corporate directorate that includes one or more members who serve simultaneously in the directorates of other corporations. * * *
interlocking directorates
interlocking directorates n. boards of directors having some members in common, so that the corporations concerned are more or less under the same control * * *
interlocular
adj. * * *
interloculus
n., pl. interloculi. * * *
interlocution
/in'teuhr leuh kyooh"sheuhn/, n. conversation; dialogue. [1525-35; < L interlocution- (s. of interlocutio) a speaking between, equiv. to interlocut(us) (see INTERLOCUTOR) + -ion- ...
interlocutor
/in'teuhr lok"yeuh teuhr/, n. 1. a person who takes part in a conversation or dialogue. 2. the man in the middle of the line of performers in a minstrel troupe, who acts as the ...
interlocutory
—interlocutorily, adv. /in'teuhr lok"yeuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. 1. of the nature of, pertaining to, or occurring in conversation: interlocutory instruction. 2. interjected ...
interlocutory decree
▪ law       generally, a judicial decision that is not final or that deals with a point other than the principal subject matter of the controversy at hand. An ...
interloop
n. v.t. * * *
interlope
—interloper, n. /in'teuhr lohp", in"teuhr lohp'/, v.i., interloped, interloping. 1. to intrude into some region or field of trade without a proper license. 2. to thrust oneself ...
interloper
interloper [in′tər lō΄pər] n. 〚 INTER- + -loper < landloper, a vagrant < Du < land,LAND + loper, a runner < lopen, to run: see LEAP〛 1. Archaic a) an unauthorized ...
interlot
v.t. interlotted, interlotting. * * *
interlucent
adj. * * *
interlude
—interludial, adj. /in"teuhr loohd'/, n. 1. an intervening episode, period, space, etc. 2. a short dramatic piece, esp. of a light or farcical character, formerly introduced ...
interlunar
/in'teuhr looh"neuhr/, adj. pertaining to the moon's monthly period of invisibility between the old moon and the new. [1590-1600; INTER- + LUNAR] * * *
interlunation
/in'teuhr loo nay"sheuhn/, n. the interlunar period. [1805-15; INTER- + LUNATION] * * *
intermalar
adj. * * *
intermale
adj. * * *
intermalleolar
adj. * * *
intermammary
adj. * * *
intermammillary
adj. * * *
intermandibular
adj. * * *
intermanorial
adj. * * *
intermarginal
adj. * * *
intermarine
adj. * * *
intermarketing
adj. * * *
intermarriage
/in'teuhr mar"ij, in"teuhr mar'ij/, n. 1. marriage between a man and woman of different races, religions, tribes, castes, or ethnic groups, as between a white and a black or ...
intermarry
/in'teuhr mar"ee/, v.i., intermarried, intermarrying. 1. to become connected by marriage, as two families, tribes, castes, or religions. 2. to marry within one's family. 3. to ...
intermastoid
adj. * * *
intermat
v.i., intermatted, intermatting. * * *
intermatch
n., v.t. * * *
intermaxillary
adj. * * *
intermaze
v.t., intermazed, intermazing. * * *
intermean
n. * * *
intermeasurable
adj. * * *
intermeasure
v.t., intermeasured, intermeasuring. * * *
intermeddle
—intermeddler, n. /in'teuhr med"l/, v.i., intermeddled, intermeddling. to take part in a matter, esp. officiously; meddle. [1350-1400; INTER- + MEDDLE; r. ME entremedlen < AF ...
intermeddler
See intermeddle. * * *
intermedia
/in'teuhr mee"dee euh/, adj. using or involving several media, as dance, slides, electronic music, film, and painting, simultaneously; multimedia. [1965-70; INTER- + MEDIA] * * *
intermediacy
/in'teuhr mee"dee euh see/, n. the state of being intermediate or of acting intermediately. [1705-15; INTERMEDI(ATE)1 + -ACY] * * *
intermediary
/in'teuhr mee"dee er'ee/, n., pl. intermediaries, adj. n. 1. an intermediate agent or agency; a go-between or mediator. 2. a medium or means. 3. an intermediate form or ...
intermediate
intermediate1 —intermediately, adv. —intermediateness, n. /in'teuhr mee"dee it/, adj. 1. being, situated, or acting between two points, stages, things, persons, etc.: the ...
intermediate (vector) boson
intermediate (vector) boson n. Particle Physics WEAKON * * *
intermediate card
Textiles. a card used in the carding process to transfer sliver from the breaker card to the finisher card. * * *
intermediate frequency
Radio. the middle frequency in a superheterodyne receiver, at which most of the amplification takes place. Abbr.: if [1920-25] * * *
intermediate host
Biol. the host in which a parasite undergoes development but does not reach sexual maturity. [1875-80] * * *
intermediate license
➡ driving * * *
intermediate range ballistic missile
any supersonic missile that has a range of 800 to 1500 nautical mi. (1500 to 2800 km) and follows a ballistic trajectory after a powered, guided launching. Abbr.: IRBM, ...
intermediate school
1. a school for pupils in grades 4 through 6. 2. a junior high school. Cf. middle school. [1835-45] * * *
intermediate vector boson
Physics. one of the three particles that are believed to transmit the weak force: the positively charged W particle, the negatively charged W particle, and the neutral Z0 ...
Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
▪ United States-Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [1987] abbreviation  INF Treaty        nuclear-arms-control accord reached by the United States and the Soviet ...
intermediate-range nuclear weapons
Class of nuclear weapons with a range of 620–3,400 mi (1,000–5,500 km). Some multiple warheads developed by the Soviet Union could strike several targets anywhere in Western ...
intermediate-value theorem
/in'teuhr mee"dee it val"yooh/, Math. the theorem that a function continuous between two points and having unequal values, a and b, at the two points takes on all values between ...
intermediatecare
in·ter·me·di·ate care (ĭn'tər-mēʹdē-ĭt) n. 1. A level of medical care in a hospital that is intermediate between intensive and basic care. 2. A level of care for ...
intermediatecare facility
intermediate care facility n. A health care facility for individuals who are disabled, elderly, or nonacutely ill, usually providing less intensive care than that offered at a ...
intermediately
See intermediacy. * * *
intermediateness
See intermediacy. * * *
intermediatevector boson
intermediate vector boson n. Either of two bosons, the W particle or the Z particle, that are quanta of the weak interaction. * * *
intermediation
/in'teuhr mee'dee ay"sheuhn/, n. the act of intermediating. [1595-1605; INTERMEDIATE2 + -ION] * * *
intermediator
See intermediacy. * * *
intermedin
intermedin [in΄tər mē′din, in΄tərmēd′'n] n. 〚< L (pars) intermedia, intermediate (lobe) + -IN1〛 a hormone produced by the intermediate lobe of the pituitary gland ...
intermeet
v.i., intermet, intermeeting. * * *
intermelt
v.i. * * *
intermembral
adj. * * *
intermembrane
adj. * * *
intermembranous
adj. * * *
intermeningeal
adj. * * *
intermenstrual
adj. * * *
interment
/in terr"meuhnt/, n. the act or ceremony of interring; burial. [1300-50; INTER + -MENT; r. ME enter(e)ment < MF enterrement] * * *
intermention
v. * * *
intermesenteric
adj. * * *
intermesh
v.i. * * *
intermessage
n. * * *
intermetacarpal
adj. * * *
intermetallic
adj. * * *
intermetallic compound
/in"teuhr mi tal"ik, in'-/ a compound of two or more metals. [1895-1900; INTER- + METALLIC] * * * ▪ chemical compound       any of a class of substances composed of ...
intermetameric
adj. * * *
intermetatarsal
adj. * * *
intermezzo
/in'teuhr met"soh, -med"zoh/, n., pl. intermezzos, intermezzi /-met"see, -med"zee/ 1. a short dramatic, musical, or other entertainment of light character, introduced between the ...
intermigrate
v.i., intermigrated, intermigrating. * * *
intermigration
/in'teuhr muy gray"sheuhn/, n. reciprocal migration; interchange of habitat by migrating groups. [1670-80; INTER- + MIGRATION] * * *
interminability
See interminable. * * *
interminable
—interminableness, interminability, n. —interminably, adv. /in terr"meuh neuh beuhl/, adj. 1. incapable of being terminated; unending: an interminable job. 2. monotonously or ...
interminably
See interminability. * * *
intermingle
—interminglement, n. /in'teuhr ming"geuhl/, v.t., v.i., intermingled, intermingling. to mingle, one with another; intermix. [1425-75; late ME; see INTER-, MINGLE] * * *
intermission
/in'teuhr mish"euhn/, n. 1. a short interval between the acts of a play or parts of a public performance, usually a period of approximately 10 or 15 minutes, allowing the ...
intermissive
/in'teuhr mis"iv/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or characterized by intermission. 2. intermittent. [1580-90; INTERMISS(ION) + -IVE] * * *
intermit
—intermitter, intermittor, n. —intermittingly, adv. /in'teuhr mit"/, v., intermitted, intermitting. v.t. 1. to discontinue temporarily; suspend. v.i. 2. to stop or pause at ...
intermitotic
adj. * * *
intermittence
See intermittent. * * *
intermittent
—intermittence, intermittency, n. —intermittently, adv. /in'teuhr mit"nt/, adj. 1. stopping or ceasing for a time; alternately ceasing and beginning again: an intermittent ...
intermittent current
Elect. a direct current that is interrupted at intervals. * * *
intermittent fever
Pathol. 1. a malarial fever in which feverish periods lasting a few hours alternate with periods in which the temperature is normal. 2. any fever characterized by intervals of ...
intermittentcurrent
intermittent current n. A periodically interrupted unidirectional electric current. * * *
intermittently
See intermittence. * * *
intermitter
See intermit. * * *
intermix
—intermixable, adj. —intermixedly, adv. /in'teuhr miks"/, v.t., v.i. to mix together; intermingle. [1555-65; back formation from intermixt (now intermixed ptp.) < L ...
intermixture
/in'teuhr miks"cheuhr/, n. 1. a mass of ingredients mixed together. 2. something added by intermixing. 3. the act of intermixing. [1580-90; INTER- + MIXTURE] * * *
intermodal
—intermodalism, n. /in'teuhr mohd"l/, adj. Transp. pertaining to or suitable for transportation involving more than one form of carrier, as truck and rail, or truck, ship, and ...
intermodillion
/in'teuhr moh dil"yeuhn, -meuh-/, n. Archit. a space between two modillions. [INTER- + MODILLION] * * *
intermodulation
/in'teuhr moj'euh lay"sheuhn, -mod'yeuh-/, n. the production in an electrical device of frequencies that are the sums or differences of frequencies of different inputs or of ...
intermolar
adj. * * *
intermolecular
/in'teuhr meuh lek"yeuh leuhr, -moh-/, adj. existing or occurring between molecules. [1835-45; INTER- + MOLECULAR] * * *
intermomentary
adj. * * *
intermontane
/in'teuhr mon"tayn/, adj. located between mountains or mountain ranges: an intermontane lake. Also, intermountain /in'teuhr mown"tn/. [1800-10, Amer.; < L inter- INTER- + ...
intermotion
n. * * *
intermountain
in·ter·moun·tain (ĭn'tər-mounʹtən) adj. Located between mountains or mountain systems, especially lying between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada or Cascade Range ...
intermundane
/in'teuhr mun"dayn, -mun dayn"/, adj. 1. existing in the space between worlds or heavenly bodies: intermundane space. 2. of, pertaining to, or between heavenly bodies. [1685-95; ...
intermunicipal
adj. * * *
intermunicipality
n., pl. intermunicipalities. * * *
intermural
/in'teuhr myoor"euhl/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or taking place between two or more institutions, cities, etc.: an intermural track meet. 2. occurring or being between walls, ...
intermuscular
adj.; intermuscularly, adv. * * *
intermuseum
adj. * * *
intermutule
/in'teuhr myooh"choohl/, n. Archit. a space between two mutules. [1860-65; INTER- + MUTULE] * * *
intern
intern1 v. /in terrn"/; n. /in"terrn/, v.t. 1. to restrict to or confine within prescribed limits, as prisoners of war, enemy aliens, or combat troops who take refuge in a ...
internal
—internality, internalness, n. —internally, adv. /in terr"nl/, adj. 1. situated or existing in the interior of something; interior. 2. of, pertaining to, or noting the inside ...
internal audit
an audit conducted by company accountants on a regular basis (distinguished from independent audit). * * *
internal auditory meatus
Anat. the canal extending through the petrous portion of the temporal bone, through which the glossopharyngeal nerve, the facial nerve, and the auditory nerve and artery pass. ...
internal clock.
See biological clock. [1955-60] * * *
internal conversion
Physics. the emission of an electron by an atom with an excited nucleus, occurring as a result of the transfer of energy from the nucleus to the electron. [1925-30] * * *
internal ear
the inner portion of the ear, involved in hearing and balance, consisting of a bony labyrinth that is composed of a vestibule, semicircular canals, and a cochlea and that ...
internal energy
Thermodynam. a function of thermodynamic variables, as temperature, that represents the internal state of a system that is due to the energies of the molecular constituents of ...
internal exile
a state of comparative isolation imposed upon certain political dissidents within the former Soviet Union, in which the subject was forced to live in a remote and often ...
internal gear
Mach. a gear having teeth cut on an inner cylindrical surface. Also called annular gear, ring gear. * * *
internal hemorrhoid
Pathol. See under hemorrhoid. * * *
internal iliac artery
Anat. See iliac artery (def. 3). [1835-45] * * *
internal jugular vein.
See under jugular (def. 1b). * * *
Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization
▪ Balkan revolutionary organization Macedonian  Vatreshna Makedonska-Revolutsionna Organizatsiya , Bulgarian  Vŭtreshnata Makedono-Odrinska Revolutsionna ...
internal medicine
the branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases, esp. of internal organ systems. [1900-05] * * * Medical specialty dealing with the ...
internal pair production
      electromagnetic process classified as a form of gamma decay. See gamma decay; pair production. * * *
internal reconstruction
Historical Ling. the hypothetical reconstruction of an earlier stage of a language or of some part of it, as its phonology, by deductions from irregularities in its present ...
internal relation
Philos. a relation between two entities such that if they had not been in this relation the nature of each would necessarily have been different. Cf. external ...
internal resistance
Elect. the resistance within a battery, or other voltage source, that causes a drop in the source voltage when there is a current. * * *
internal respiration
internal respiration n. 1. the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the blood or lymph and the body cells 2. the metabolic consumption of oxygen and the production of ...
internal revenue
the revenue of a government from any domestic source, usually considered to be any source other than customs. [1790-1800, Amer.] * * *
Internal Revenue Service
the division of the U.S. Department of the Treasury that collects internal revenue, including income taxes and excise taxes, and that enforces revenue laws. Formerly, Bureau of ...
internal rhyme
Pros. 1. a rhyme created by two or more words in the same line of verse. 2. a rhyme created by words within two or more lines of a verse. [1900-05] * * * ▪ ...
internal secretion
internal secretion n. a substance secreted directly into the blood, as by an endocrine gland; hormone * * *
internal stress
(in metal or glass pieces, or the like) a stress existing within the material as a result of thermal changes, having been worked, or irregularity of molecular structure. Cf. ...
internal-combustion
/in terr"nl keuhm bus"cheuhn/, adj. of or pertaining to an internal-combustion engine. [1880-85] * * *
internal-combustion engine
an engine of one or more working cylinders in which the process of combustion takes place within the cylinders. [1880-85] * * * Any engine in which a fuel-air mixture is burned ...
internal-combustionengine
in·ter·nal-com·bus·tion engine (ĭn-tûrʹnəl-kəm-bŭsʹchən) n. An engine, such as an automotive gasoline piston engine or a diesel, in which fuel is burned within the ...
internalear
internal ear n. See inner ear. * * *
internalenergy
internal energy n. Symbol U The total kinetic and potential energy associated with the motions and relative positions of the molecules of an object, excluding the kinetic or ...
internality
See internal. * * *
internalization
See internalize. * * *
internalize
—internalization, n. /in terr"nl uyz'/, v.t., internalized, internalizing. 1. to incorporate (the cultural values, mores, motives, etc., of another or of a group), as through ...
internally
See internality. * * *
internalmedicine
internal medicine n. The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases affecting the internal organs of the body, especially in adults. * ...
internalrespiration
internal respiration n. The metabolic process by which living cells absorb oxygen and release carbon dioxide. * * *
internalrhyme
internal rhyme n. Rhyme that occurs within a line of verse, as in “the grains beyond age, the dark veins of her mother” (Dylan Thomas). * * *
internalsecretion
internal secretion n. A secretion that is produced by an endocrine gland and discharged directly into the bloodstream; a hormone. * * *
internarial
adj. * * *
internasal
adj. * * *
internat
internat abbrev. international * * *
internat.
international. * * *
internation
adj. * * *


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