complexus
n. [L. complexus, entwine]
An aggregate.

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  • complexus — ⇒COMPLEXUS, subst. masc. A. PATHOL., vx. Ensemble des phénomènes qui caractérisent une maladie. Complexus morbide (GARN. DEL. 1958), Complexus inflammatoire, symptomatique. P. ext. Ensemble complexe. Complexus affectif; complexus linguistique… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Complexus — (lat.), 1) so v. w. Complex; 2) (Anat.), einzelne Organe, welche zu einer Verrichtung gemeinschaftlich wirken u. sich einander unterstützen, so Muskelcomplex des Armes etc.; Complexus musculus, s. u. Nackenrückenmuskeln …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Complexus — Com*plex us, n. [L., an embracing.] A complex; an aggregate of parts; a complication. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Complexus — Complexus, lat., in der Anatomie mehrere zusammenwirkende Organe, z.B. der Muskelcomplex des Oberarmes, der Nackenrückenmuskeln etc …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • complexus — I index complex (entanglement) II index complication III index …   Law dictionary

  • complexus — kämˈpleksəs, kəm noun (plural complexus) Etymology: Latin, surrounding, embrace more at complex : an interwoven complicated aggregate of parts : complex the entire cultural complexus James Collins …   Useful english dictionary

  • complexus — Obsolete term for semispinalis capitis (muscle). [L. an embracing, encircling] c. olivaris inferior [TA] SYN: inferior olivary complex. c. stimulans cordis [TA] SYN: conducting system of heart. * * * com·plex·us kəm plek səs, käm n …   Medical dictionary

  • complexus — (лат.) соединение, связь, сочетание …   Словарь ботанических терминов

  • complexus — n. Network. See complex …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • complexus — com·plex·us …   English syllables

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