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interventional
See intervenor. * * *
interventionism
—interventionist, n., adj. /in'teuhr ven"sheuh niz'euhm/, n. the policy or doctrine of intervening, esp. government interference in the affairs of another state or in domestic ...
interventionist
interventionist [in΄tər ven′shənist] n. one who favors or practices intervention, esp. in international affairs adj. 1. of intervention or interventionists 2. favoring or ...
interventral
adj. * * *
intervenular
adj. * * *
interverbal
adj. * * *
intervertebral
—intervertebrally, adv. /in'teuhr verr"teuh breuhl/, adj. Anat. situated between the vertebrae. [1775-85; INTER- + VERTEBRAL] * * *
intervertebral disk
Anat. the plate of fibrocartilage between the bodies of adjacent vertebrae. [1855-60] * * *
intervertebraldisk
intervertebral disk profile of lumbar intervertebral disks Carlyn Iverson n. A broad disk of fibrocartilage situated between adjacent vertebrae of the spinal column. * * *
intervertebrally
See intervertebral. * * *
intervesicular
adj. * * *
interview
—interviewable, adj. /in"teuhr vyooh'/, n. 1. a formal meeting in which one or more persons question, consult, or evaluate another person: a job interview. 2. a meeting or ...
interviewable
See interview. * * *
interviewee
/in"teuhr vyooh ee', in'teuhr vyooh ee"/, n. a person who is interviewed. [1880-85; INTERVIEW + -EE] * * *
interviewer
/in"teuhr vyooh'euhr/, n. 1. a person who interviews. 2. a peephole in an entrance door. [1865-70; INTERVIEW + -ER1] * * *
intervillage
adj. * * *
intervillous
adj. * * *
intervisit
v.i. * * *
intervivos
in·ter vi·vos (ĭn'tər vēʹvōs', vīʹ-) adj. Law Between living persons: an inter vivos trust.   [Latin inter vīvōs: inter, among + vīvōs, accusative pl. of vīvus, a ...
intervocalic
—intervocalically, adv. /in'teuhr voh kal"ik/, adj. Phonet. (usually of a consonant) immediately following a vowel and preceding a vowel, as the v in cover. [1885-90; INTER- + ...
intervolute
adj. * * *
intervolve
—intervolution /in'teuhr veuh looh"sheuhn/, n. /in'teuhr volv"/, v.t., v.i., intervolved, intervolving. to roll, wind, or involve, one within another. [1660-70; INTER- + L ...
interwar
/in'teuhr wawr"/, adj. occurring during a period of peace between two wars, esp. between World War I and World War II. [1935-40; INTER- + WAR1] * * *
interweave
—interweavement, n. —interweaver, n. —interweavingly, adv. v. /in'teuhr weev"/; n. /in"teuhr weev'/, v., interwove or interweaved, interwoven or interwove or interweaved, ...
interwed
v.i., interwed or interwedded, interwedding. * * *
interweld
v.t. * * *
interwhiff
v.t. * * *
interwhistle
v.t., interwhistled, interwhistling. * * *
interwind
/in'teuhr wuynd"/, v.t., v.i., interwound or (Rare) interwinded; interwinding. to wind together; intertwine. [1685-95; INTER- + WIND2] * * *
interwish
v.t., n. * * *
interword
adj. * * *
interwork
/in'teuhr werrk"/, v., interworked or interwrought, interworking. v.t. 1. to work or weave together; interweave. v.i. 2. to act one upon the other; interact. [1595-1605; INTER- + ...
interworld
n. * * *
interwound
v. * * *
interwrap
v.i., interwrapped, interwrapping. * * *
interwreathe
v., interwreathed, interwreathing. * * *
interwrought
adj. * * *
interzonal
adj. * * *
interzone
n. * * *
intestable
/in tes"teuh beuhl/, adj. Law. not legally qualified to make a will, as an infant or a lunatic. [1580-90; < L intestabilis disqualified from bearing witness, equiv. to in- IN-3 + ...
intestacy
/in tes"teuh see/, n. the state or fact of being intestate at death. [1760-70; INTEST(ATE) + -ACY] * * *
intestate
/in tes"tayt, -tit/, adj. 1. (of a person) not having made a will: to die intestate. 2. (of things) not disposed of by will: Her property remains intestate. n. 3. a person who ...
intestate succession
In the law of inheritance, transmission of property or property interests of a decedent as provided by statute, as distinguished from transfer according to the decedent's ...
intestinal
—intestinally, adv. /in tes"teuh nl/; Brit. /in'tes tuyn"l/, adj. 1. occurring in or affecting the intestines. 2. of, pertaining to, or resembling the intestines. [1590-1600; < ...
intestinal amebiasis
Pathol. 1. See amebic dysentery. 2. amebiasis (def. 1). * * *
intestinal bypass
the surgical circumvention, by anastomosis, of a diseased portion of the intestine; also sometimes used to reduce nutrient absorption in morbidly obese patients. * * *
intestinal flu
Pathol. influenza with abdominal symptoms, as diarrhea or vomiting. * * *
intestinal fortitude
courage; resoluteness; endurance; guts: to have intestinal fortitude. [1940-45] * * *
intestinal gas
Volatile material (mostly swallowed air, partly digestive by-products) in the digestive tract, which normally contains 150–500 cc of gas. Air in the stomach is either belched ...
intestinal juice
      clear to pale yellow, watery secretion composed of hormones, digestive enzymes, mucus, and neutralizing substances released from the glands and mucous-membrane ...
intestinal obstruction
Blockage of the small intestine or large intestine, resulting from either lack of peristalsis or mechanical obstruction (e.g., by narrowing, foreign objects, or ...
intestinal squeeze
▪ medical disorder       pain and possible injury to the small (small intestine) or large intestine caused by expansion of trapped gases (intestinal gas) when a person, ...
intestinalfortitude
intestinal fortitude n. Courage; endurance. * * *
intestinally
See intestinal. * * *
intestine
/in tes"tin/, n. 1. Usually, intestines. the lower part of the alimentary canal, extending from the pylorus to the anus. 2. Also called small intestine. the narrow, longer part ...
Inthanon, Mount
▪ mountain, Thailand Thai  Doi Inthanon        mountain in northwestern Thailand that is the country's highest peak (8,481 feet [2,585 m]). It lies southwest of ...
inthral
—inthralment, n. /in thrawl"/, v.t., inthralled, inthralling. enthrall. Also, inthrall. * * *
inthrall
inthrall or inthral [in thrôl′] vt. inthralled, inthralling ENTHRALL * * *
inthrone
/in throhn"/, v.t., inthroned, inthroning. enthrone. * * *
Inti
▪ Inca Sun god also called  Apu-punchau,         in Inca religion, the sun god; he was believed to be the ancestor of the Incas. Inti was at the head of the state ...
intifada
/in'teuh fah"deuh/, n. (sometimes cap.) a revolt begun in December 1987 by Palestinian Arabs to protest Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. [1988; < Ar intifada ...
intifāḍah
(Arabic; "shaking off") Palestinian revolt (1987–93, 2000– ) against the Israeli occupation in the Gaza Strip and West Bank. Initially a spontaneous reaction to 20 years of ...
intima
—intimal, adj. /in"teuh meuh/, n., pl. intimae /-mee'/. Anat. the innermost membrane or lining of some organ or part, esp. that of an artery, vein, or lymphatic. [1870-75; < ...
intimacy
/in"teuh meuh see/, n., pl. intimacies. 1. the state of being intimate. 2. a close, familiar, and usually affectionate or loving personal relationship with another person or ...
intimae
in·ti·mae (ĭnʹtə-mē') n. A plural of intima. * * *
intimal
See intima. * * *
intimate
intimate1 —intimately, adv. —intimateness, n. /in"teuh mit/, adj. 1. associated in close personal relations: an intimate friend. 2. characterized by or involving warm ...
intimate apparel
intimate apparel n. LINGERIE (sense 2) * * *
intimate borrowing
Ling. the borrowing of linguistic forms by one language or dialect from another when both occupy a single geographical or cultural community. * * *
intimately
See intimate1. * * *
intimateness
See intimately. * * *
intimater
See intimate2. * * *
intimation
intimation [in΄tə mā′shən] n. 〚ME intimacion < OFr intimation < LL intimatio〛 1. the act of intimating 2. a formal announcement or declaration: now chiefly in law 3. a ...
Intimations of Immortality
(Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood) a poem (1807) by Wordsworth. * * *
intime
/aonn teem"/, adj. French. intimate; cozy. * * *
intimidate
—intimidation, n. —intimidator, n. —intimidatory /in tim"i deuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. /in tim"i dayt'/, v.t., intimidated, intimidating. 1. to make timid; fill with ...
intimidatingly
See intimidate. * * *
intimidation
See intimidatingly. * * *
intimidator
See intimidatingly. * * *
Intimism
▪ art  variety of late 19th- and early 20th-century painting that made an intense exploration of the domestic interior as subject matter. It was practiced principally by ...
intimist
/in"teuh mist/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the recording of intimate personal and psychological experiences as a basis for art, literature, etc.: an intimist novel. n. 2. an ...
intinction
/in tingk"sheuhn/, n. (in a communion service) the act of steeping the bread or wafer in the wine in order to enable the communicant to receive the two elements ...
intine
/in"teen, -tuyn/, n. Bot. the inner coat of a spore, esp. a pollen grain. [1825-35; < L int(us) within + -INE2] * * *
intitle
/in tuyt"l/, v.t., intitled, intitling. entitle. * * *
intitule
—intitulation, n. /in tit"yoohl/, v.t., intituled, intituling. Brit. to give a title to (a legislative act, etc.); entitle. [1375-1425; < LL intitulare, deriv. of titulus TITLE ...
intl
intl or intnl abbrev. international * * *
intl.
international. Also, intnl. * * *
into
/in"tooh/; unstressed /in"too, -teuh/, prep. 1. to the inside of; in toward: He walked into the room. The train chugged into the station. 2. toward or in the direction of: going ...
intoed
/in"tohd'/, adj. having inwardly turned toes. [1825-35; IN-1 + TOED] * * *
intolerability
See intolerable. * * *
intolerable
—intolerability, intolerableness, n. —intolerably, adv. /in tol"euhr euh beuhl/, adj. 1. not tolerable; unendurable; insufferable: intolerable pain. 2. excessive. [1400-50; ...
Intolerable Acts
or Coercive Acts (1774) Four punitive measures enacted by the British Parliament against the American colonies. Boston's harbour was closed until restitution was made for the ...
intolerableness
See intolerability. * * *
intolerably
See intolerability. * * *
intolerance
/in tol"euhr euhns/, n. 1. lack of toleration; unwillingness or refusal to tolerate or respect contrary opinions or beliefs, persons of different races or backgrounds, etc. 2. ...
intolerant
—intolerantly, adv. /in tol"euhr euhnt/, adj. 1. not tolerating or respecting beliefs, opinions, usages, manners, etc., different from one's own, as in political or religious ...
intolerantly
See intolerant. * * *
intomb
—intombment, n. /in toohm"/, v.t. entomb. * * *
intonaco
/in ton"euh koh', -taw"neuh-/; It. /een taw"nah kaw/, n., pl. intonacos, intonaci It. /-chee/. (formerly in fresco painting) the last and finest coat of plaster, usually applied ...
intonate
/in"toh nayt', -teuh-/, v.t., intonated, intonating. 1. to utter with a particular tone or modulation of voice. 2. to intone; chant. [1785-95; < ML intonatus, ptp. of intonare to ...
intonation
—intonational, adj. /in'toh nay"sheuhn, -teuh-/, n. 1. the pattern or melody of pitch changes in connected speech, esp. the pitch pattern of a sentence, which distinguishes ...
intonation pattern
intonation pattern n. Linguis. the sequence or arrangement of pitch levels occurring in an utterance * * *
intonational
See intonation. * * *
intone
—intoner, n. /in tohn"/, v., intoned, intoning. v.t. 1. to utter with a particular tone or voice modulation. 2. to give tone or variety of tone to; vocalize. 3. to utter in a ...
intonement
See intone. * * *
intoner
See intonement. * * *
intorsion
/in tawr"sheuhn/, n. a twisting about an axis or fixed point, as of the stem of a plant. [1750-60; alter. of LL intortion- (s. of intortio). See IN2-, TORSION] * * *
intorted
/in tawr"tid/, adj. twisted inwardly about an axis or fixed point; curled; wound: intorted horns. [1605-15; < L intort(us) (var. ptp. of intorquere to turn or twist in; see IN-2, ...
intortus
/in tawr"teuhs/, adj. Meteorol. (of a cirrus cloud) having very irregular filaments that often look entangled. [ < L: twisted, complicated; see INTORTED] * * *
intoto
in to·to (ĭn tōʹtō) adv. Totally; altogether: recommendations that were adopted in toto.   [Latin tōtō: in, in + tōtō, ablative of tōtus, all.] * * *
Intourist
/in"toor ist/, n. a Russian agency that handles travel arrangements for foreign visitors to the former Soviet Union. [ < Russ Inturíst (acronym from inostránnyi turíst foreign ...
intown
/in"town', in town"/, adj. being in the central or metropolitan area of a city or town: an intown motel. [1530-40; IN + TOWN] * * *
intoxicant
/in tok"si keuhnt/, n. 1. an intoxicating agent, as alcoholic liquor or certain drugs. adj. 2. intoxicating or exhilarating: the clear, intoxicant air of the mountains. [1860-65; ...
intoxicate
—intoxicable /in tok"si keuh beuhl/, adj. —intoxicator, n. v. /in tok"si kayt'/; adj. /in tok"seuh kit, -kayt'/, v., intoxicated, intoxicating, adj. v.t. 1. to affect ...
intoxicated
—intoxicatedly, adv. /in tok"si kay'tid/, adj. 1. affected by a substance that intoxicates; drunk; inebriated. 2. mentally or emotionally exhilarated. [1550-60; INTOXICATE + ...
intoxicating
—intoxicatingly, adv. /in tok"si kay'ting/, adj. 1. causing or capable of causing intoxication: intoxicating beverages. 2. exhilarating; exciting: an intoxicating ...
intoxicatingly
See intoxicate. * * *
intoxication
/in tok'si kay"sheuhn/, n. 1. inebriation; drunkenness. 2. an act or instance of intoxicating. 3. overpowering exhilaration or excitement of the mind or emotions. 4. Pathol. ...
intoxicative
/in tok"si kay'tiv/, adj. Archaic. 1. of or pertaining to intoxicants or intoxication. 2. intoxicating. [1625-35; INTOXICATE + -IVE] * * *
intoxicator
See intoxicatingly. * * *
intr
intr abbrev. intransitive * * *
intr.
1. intransitive. 2. introduce. 3. introduced. 4. introducing. 5. introduction. 6. introductory. * * *
intra muros
/in"trddah mooh"rddohs/; Eng. /in"treuh myoor"ohs/, Latin. within the walls, as of a city. * * *
intra vires
/in"treuh vuy"reez/, Law. within the legal power or authority of an individual or corporation (opposed to ultra vires). [1875-80; < L intra vires within the powers] * * *
intra vitam
/in"treuh vuy"tam/, Biol. during life: the staining of tissues intra vitam. [1880-85; < L intra vitam] * * *
intra-
a prefix meaning "within," used in the formation of compound words: intramural. Cf. intro-. [ < LL intra-, repr. L intra (adv. and prep.); akin to INTERIOR, INTER-] * * *
intra-abdominal
—intra-abdominally, adv. /in'treuh ab dom"euh nl/, adj. Anat. 1. being within the abdomen. 2. going into the abdomen, as an injection. [1885-90] * * *
intra-arterial
in·tra-ar·te·ri·al (ĭn'trə-är-tîrʹē-əl) adj. Within arteries or an artery: an intra-arterial injection.   in'tra-ar·teʹri·al·ly adv. * * *
intra-arterially
See intra-arterial. * * *
intra-atomic
/in'treuh euh tom"ik/, adj. within an atom or atoms. [1900-05] * * *
intracardiac
/in'treuh kahr"dee ak'/, adj. endocardial (def. 1). [1885-90; INTRA- + CARDIAC] * * *
intracellular
—intracellularly, adv. /in'treuh sel"yeuh leuhr/, adj. within a cell or cells. [1875-80; INTRA- + CELLULAR] * * *
intracellularly
See intracellular. * * *
intracerebral
in·tra·cer·e·bral (ĭn'trə-sə-rēʹbrəl, -sĕrʹə-) adj. Occurring or situated within the cerebrum: an intracerebral hemorrhage.   in'tra·cer·eʹbral·ly adv. * * *
intracerebrally
See intracerebral. * * *
intracity
☆ intracity [in΄trə sit′ē, in′trə sit΄ē ] adj. existing or occurring within a large municipality, often, specif., the inner city * * *
Intracoastal Waterway
/in"treuh koh"steuhl, in'-/ a mostly inland water route, partly natural and partly artificial, extending 1550 mi. (2500 km) along the Atlantic coast from Boston to Florida Bay ...
IntracoastalWaterway
In·tra·coas·tal Waterway (ĭn'trə-kōsʹtəl) A system of artificial and natural channels and canals along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the eastern and southeast United ...
intracompany
in·tra·com·pa·ny (ĭn'trə-kŭmʹpə-nē) adj. Occurring within or between the branches of a company: an intracompany network. * * *
intracranial
/in'treuh kray"nee euhl/, adj. being or occurring within the skull. [1840-50; INTRA- + CRANIAL] * * *
intracranially
See intracranial. * * *
intractability
See intractable. * * *
intractable
—intractability, intractableness, n. —intractably, adv. /in trak"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not easily controlled or directed; not docile or manageable; stubborn; obstinate: an ...
intractableness
See intractability. * * *
intractably
See intractability. * * *
intracutaneous
—intracutaneously, adv. /in'treuh kyooh tay"nee euhs/, adj. 1. within the skin. 2. intradermal (def. 2). [1880-85; INTRA- + CUTANEOUS] * * *
intracutaneous test
Immunol. a test for immunity or allergy to a particular antigen by observing the local reaction following injection of a small amount of the antigen into the skin. Also called ...
intracutaneously
See intracutaneous. * * *
intracytoplasmic
in·tra·cy·to·plas·mic (ĭn'trə-sī'tə-plăzʹmĭk) adj. Located or occurring within the cytoplasm of a cell. * * *
intraday
/in"treuh day'/, adj. occurring during a single day. [1970-75; INTRA- + DAY] * * *
intradermal
—intradermally, intradermically, adv. /in'treuh derr"meuhl/, adj. 1. within the dermis. 2. going between the layers of the skin, as an injection. Also, intradermic. [1895-1900; ...
intradermally
See intradermal. * * *
intradermaltest
intradermal test n. A test for hypersensitivity or allergy in which a small amount of the suspected allergen is injected into the skin. * * *
intrados
/in"treuh dos', -dohs', in tray"dos, -dohs/, n., pl. intrados /-dohz', -dohz/, intradoses. Archit. the interior curve or surface of an arch or vault. Cf. extrados. [1765-75; < F, ...
intrafallopian
in·tra·fal·lo·pi·an (ĭn'trə-fə-lōʹpē-ən) adj. Located or occurring within the fallopian tubes. * * *
intragalactic
/in'treuh geuh lak"tik/, adj. Astron. existing or occurring within a single galaxy. [1960-65; INTRA- + GALACTIC] * * *
intralingual
in·tra·lin·gual (ĭn'trə-lĭngʹgwəl) adj. Relating to a single language. * * *
intramarginal
/in'treuh mahr"jeuh nl/, adj. existing or occurring within a margin or limit. [1840-50; INTRA- + MARGINAL] * * *
intramolecular
/in'treuh meuh lek"yeuh leuhr, -moh-/, adj. existing or occurring within a molecule. [1880-85; INTRA- + MOLECULAR] * * *
intramolecularly
See intramolecular. * * *
intramundane
/in'treuh mun"dayn, -mun dayn"/, adj. existing or occurring within the material world. [1830-40; INTRA- + MUNDANE] * * *
intramural
—intramurally, adv. /in'treuh myoor"euhl/, adj. 1. involving only students at the same school or college: intramural athletics. 2. within the walls, boundaries, or enclosing ...
intramurally
See intramural. * * *
Intramuros
▪ urban district, Manila, Philippines       urban district and historic walled city within Metropolitan Manila, in the Philippines. The name, from the Spanish word ...
intramuscular
—intramuscularly, adv. /in'treuh mus"kyeuh leuhr/, adj. located or occurring within a muscle. [1870-75; INTRA- + MUSCULAR] * * *
intramuscularly
See intramuscular. * * *
intranasal
—intranasally, adv. /in'treuh nay"zeuhl/, adj. occurring within or administered through the nose. [1885-90; INTRA- + NASAL1] * * *
intranasally
See intranasal. * * *
intranational
in·tra·na·tion·al (ĭn'trə-năshʹə-nəl, -năshʹnəl) adj. Occurring or existing within a single nation: an intranational conflict; intranational ...
intranationally
See intranational. * * *
intranet
/in"treuh net'/, n. a computer network with restricted access, as within a corporation, that uses software and protocols developed for the Internet. [1996] * * *
intrans
intrans abbrev. intransitive * * *
intrans.
intransitive. * * *
intransigence
See intransigent. * * *
intransigency
See intransigence. * * *
intransigent
—intransigence, intransigency, n. —intransigently, adv. /in tran"si jeuhnt/, adj. 1. refusing to agree or compromise; uncompromising; inflexible. n. 2. a person who refuses ...
intransigently
See intransigence. * * *
intransitive
—intransitively, adv. —intransitiveness, n. /in tran"si tiv/, Gram. adj. 1. noting or having the quality of an intransitive verb. n. 2. See intransitive verb. [1605-15; < L ...
intransitive verb
a verb that indicates a complete action without being accompanied by a direct object, as sit or lie, and, in English, that does not form a passive. [1605-15] * * *
intransitively
See intransitive. * * *
intransitiveness
See intransitively. * * *
intransitivity
See intransitively. * * *
intrant
/in"treuhnt/, n. Archaic. a person who enters (a college, association, etc.); entrant. [1550-60; < L intrant- (s. of intrans), prp. of intrare to ENTER] * * *
intranuclear
/in'treuh nooh"klee euhr, -nyooh"-/ or, by metathesis, /-kyeuh leuhr/, adj. existing or taking place within a nucleus. [1885-90; INTRA- + NUCLEAR] Pronunciation. See nuclear. * * ...
intraocular
—intraocularly, adv. /in'treuh ok"yeuh leuhr/, adj. located or occurring within or administered through the eye. [1820-30; INTRA- + OCULAR] * * *
intraocular lens
Ophthalm. a plastic lens implanted surgically to replace the eye's natural crystalline lens, usually because the natural lens has developed a cataract. Also called permanent ...
intraparty
intraparty [in′trə pär΄tē] adj. within a political party * * *
intrapersonal
intrapersonal [in΄trə pʉr′sə nəl] adj. existing or occurring within one person's mind or self * * * in·tra·per·son·al (ĭn'trə-pûrʹsə-nəl) adj. Existing or ...
intrapersonally
See intrapersonal. * * *
intrapreneur
—intrapreneurship, n. /in'treuh preuh nerr", -noor", -nyoor"/, n. an employee of a large corporation who is given freedom and financial support to create new products, ...
intrapreneurial
See intrapreneur. * * *
intrapsychic
—intrapsychically, adv. /in'treuh suy"kik/, adj. Psychol. from or within the mind or self: intrapsychic conflict. [1915-20; INTRA- + PSYCHIC] * * *
intrapsychically
See intrapsychic. * * *
intraspecies
/in'treuh spee"sheez, -seez/, adj. existing or occurring within a species. Also, intraspecific /in'treuh spi sif"ik/. [1925-30; INTRA- + SPECIES] * * *
intraspecific
intraspecific [in΄trəspə sif′ik] adj. within a single species * * * in·tra·spe·cif·ic (ĭn'trə-spĭ-sĭfʹĭk) also in·tra·spe·cies (-spēʹshēz, ...
intraspinal
—intraspinally, adv. /in'treuh spuyn"l/, adj. Anat. 1. being within the spine. 2. going into the spinal canal, as an injection. [1830-40; INTRA- + SPINAL] * * *
intrastate
/in'treuh stayt"/, adj. existing or occurring within the boundaries of a state, esp. of the United States: intrastate commerce. Cf. interstate. [1900-05, Amer.; INTRA- + STATE] * ...
intratelluric
/in'treuh teuh loor"ik/, adj. 1. Geol. located in, taking place in, or resulting from action beneath the lithosphere. 2. Petrog. noting or pertaining to crystallization of magma ...
intrauterine
/in'treuh yooh"teuhr in, -teuh ruyn'/, adj. located or occurring within the uterus. [1825-35; INTRA- + UTERINE] * * *
intrauterine (contraceptive) device
☆ intrauterine (contraceptive) device or intrauterine device n. any of various devices, as a coil or loop of plastic, inserted in the uterus as a contraceptive * * *
intrauterine device
any small, mechanical device for semipermanent insertion into the uterus as a contraceptive. Abbr.: IUD [1920-25] * * *
intrauterinedevice
intrauterine device n. Abbr. IUD A birth control device, such as a plastic or metallic loop, ring, or spiral, that is inserted into the uterus to prevent implantation. * * *
intravasation
/in trav'euh say"sheuhn/, n. Pathol. the entrance of foreign matter into a blood vessel of the body. [1665-75; INTRA- + (EXTRA)VASATION] * * *
intravascular
/in'treuh vas"kyeuh leuhr/, adj. within the blood vessels. [1875-80; INTRA- + VASCULAR] * * *
intravascularly
See intravascular. * * *
intravenous
/in'treuh vee"neuhs/, adj. 1. within a vein. 2. of, pertaining to, employed in, or administered by injection into a vein: an intravenous solution. n. 3. an intravenous ...
intravenous drip
Med. the continuous, slow introduction of a fluid into a vein of the body. Abbr.: IV Also called drip. * * *
intravenously
/in'treuh vee"neuhs lee/, adv. through or within a vein. Abbr.: IV [1895-1900; INTRAVENOUS + -LY] * * *
intravital
/in'treuh vuyt"l/, adj. Biol. occurring during life. [1885-90; INTRA- + VITAL] * * *
intravitally
See intravital. * * *
intrazonal
intrazonal [in΄trəzō′nəl] adj. designating or of a soil whose characteristics indicate the dominance of local conditions, such as topography or parent material, over the ...
intreat
/in treet"/, v.t., v.i. Archaic. entreat. * * *
intrench
/in trench"/, v.t., v.i. entrench. * * *
intrenching tool
a small, collapsible spade used by a soldier in the field for digging foxholes and the like. Also, entrenching tool. * * *
intrepid
—intrepidity, intrepidness, n. —intrepidly, adv. /in trep"id/, adj. resolutely fearless; dauntless: an intrepid explorer. [1690-1700; < L intrepidus, equiv. to in- IN-3 + ...
intrepidity
See intrepid. * * *
intrepidly
See intrepidity. * * *
intrepidness
See intrepidity. * * *
intricacy
/in"tri keuh see/, n., pl. intricacies. 1. intricate character or state. 2. an intricate part, action, etc: intricacies of the law. [1595-1605; INTRIC(ATE) + -ACY] * * *
intricate
—intricately, adv. —intricateness, n. /in"tri kit/, adj. 1. having many interrelated parts or facets; entangled or involved: an intricate maze. 2. complex; complicated; hard ...
intricately
See intricate. * * *
intricateness
See intricately. * * *
intrigant
/in"tri geuhnt/; Fr. /aonn trddee gahonn"/, n., pl. intrigants /-geuhnts/; Fr. /-gahonn"/. a person who engages in intrigue or intrigues. Also, intriguant. [1775-85; < F < It ...
intrigue
—intriguer, n. —intriguingly, adv. v. /in treeg"/; n. /in treeg", in"treeg/, v., intrigued, intriguing, n. v.t. 1. to arouse the curiosity or interest of by unusual, new, or ...
intrigue, comedy of
▪ narrative genre also called  comedy of situation        in dramatic literature, a comic form in which complicated conspiracies and stratagems dominate the plot. The ...
intriguer
See intrigue. * * *
intriguing
intriguing [in trē′giŋ] adj. exciting interest or curiosity; fascinating intriguingly adv. * * *
intriguingly
See intriguer. * * *
intrinsic
—intrinsically, adv. /in trin"sik, -zik/, adj. 1. belonging to a thing by its very nature: the intrinsic value of a gold ring. 2. Anat. (of certain muscles, nerves, etc.) ...
intrinsic factor
Biochem. a glycoprotein, secreted by the gastric mucosa, that is involved in the intestinal absorption of vitamin B12. [1925-30] * * * ▪ protein       a glycoprotein ...
intrinsic parity
Physics. parity1 (def. 4b). * * *
Intrinsic rate of increase (r) calculated for populations of species that differ greatly in their potential for the rate of population growth
▪ Table Intrinsic rate of increase (r)* calculated for populations of species that differ greatly in their potential for the rate of population growth species intrinsic rate ...
intrinsically
See intrinsic. * * *
intrinsicfactor
intrinsic factor n. A substance that is secreted by the gastric mucous membrane and is essential for the absorption of vitamin B12 in the intestines. * * *
intro
/in"troh/, n., pl. intros. Informal. 1. an introduction. 2. the introductory passage of a piece for a jazz or dance band. [1895-1900; shortening of INTRODUCTION] * * *
intro-
a prefix, meaning "inwardly," "within," occurring in loanwords from Latin (introspection); occasionally used in the formation of new words (introjection). Cf. intra-. [ < L, ...
intro.
1. introduce. 2. introduced. 3. introducing. 4. introduction. 5. introductory. Also, introd. * * *
introduce
—introducer, n. —introducible, adj. /in'treuh doohs", -dyoohs"/, v.t., introduced, introducing. 1. to present (a person) to another so as to make acquainted. 2. to acquaint ...
introduced species
also called  alien species  or  exotic species        a species introduced either accidentally or deliberately by human actions into places beyond its natural ...
introducer
See introduce. * * *
introducible
See introducer. * * *
introduction
/in'treuh duk"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of introducing or the state of being introduced. 2. a formal personal presentation of one person to another or others. 3. a preliminary part, ...
introductorily
See introductory. * * *
introductory
—introductorily, adv. —introductoriness, n. /in'treuh duk"teuh ree/, adj. serving or used to introduce; preliminary; beginning: an introductory course; an introductory ...
introgression
/in'treuh gresh"euhn/, n. Genetics. the introduction of genes from one species into the gene pool of another species, occurring when matings between the two produce fertile ...
introgressive
See introgression. * * *
introit
/in"troh it, -troyt/, n. 1. Rom. Cath. Ch. a part of a psalm with antiphon recited by the celebrant of the Mass at the foot of the altar and, at High Mass, sung by the choir when ...
introject
/in'treuh jekt"/, v.t., v.i. Psychoanal. to incorporate by introjection. [1925; back formation from INTROJECTION] * * *
introjection
/in'treuh jek"sheuhn/, n. Psychoanal. an unconscious psychic process by which a person incorporates into his or her own psychic apparatus the characteristics of another person or ...
intromission
in·tro·mis·sion (ĭn'trə-mĭshʹən) n. The act or process of intromitting; introduction or admission.   [Medieval Latin intrōmissiō, intrōmissiōn-, usurpation, from ...
intromissive
See intromission. * * *
intromit
—intromissibility /in'treuh mis'euh bil"i tee/, n. —intromissible, adj. —intromission /in'treuh mish"euhn/, n. —intromissive, adj. —intromittent, adj. —intromitter, ...
intromittent
See intromit. * * *
intromitter
See intromittent. * * *
intron
/in"tron/, n. Genetics. a noncoding segment in a length of DNA that interrupts a gene-coding sequence or nontranslated sequence, the corresponding segment being removed from the ...
Intropin
/in"treuh pin/, Pharm., Trademark. a brand of dopamine hydrochloride. * * *
introrse
—introrsely, adv. /in trawrs"/, adj. Bot. turned or facing inward, as anthers that open toward the gynoecium. [1835-45; < L introrsus, contr. of *introversus toward the inside. ...
introspect
—introspectable, introspectible, adj. —introspective, adj. —introspectively, adv. —introspectiveness, n. —introspector, n. /in'treuh spekt"/, v.i. 1. to practice ...
introspection
—introspectional, adj. —introspectionist, n., adj. /in'treuh spek"sheuhn/, n. 1. observation or examination of one's own mental and emotional state, mental processes, etc.; ...
introspectional
See introspection. * * *
introspective
See introspect. * * *
introspectively
See introspective. * * *


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