Cribrate
Cribrate Crib"rate (kr?b"r?t), a. [L. cribratus, p. p. of cribrare to sift, fr. cribrum a sieve.] Cribriform. [1913 Webster]

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  • cribrate — SYN: cribriform. * * * crib·rate kri .brāt, brət adj resembling a sieve crib·rate·ly adv * * * crib·rate (kribґrāt) cribriform …   Medical dictionary

  • cribrate — adj. cribriform, like a sieve; perforated; having small holes …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cribrate — crib·rate …   English syllables

  • cribrate — …   Useful english dictionary

  • cribrate colony — (BRYOZOA: Stenolaemata) A sheetlike or frondose colony with flattened, anastomosing branches separated by fenestrules …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • cribration — 1. Sifting; passing through a sieve. 2. The condition of being cribrate or numerously pitted or punctured. * * * cri·bra·tion krə brā shən n the act or an instance of sifting (as drugs) * * * crib·ra·tion (krib raґshən) 1. the quality of… …   Medical dictionary

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  • cribriform — Sievelike; containing many perforations. SYN: cribrate, polyporous. [L. cribrum, a sieve, + forma, form] * * * crib·ri·form krib rə .fȯrm adj pierced with small holes * * * crib·ri·form (kribґrĭ form) [L. cribrum sieve + form] perforated… …   Medical dictionary

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