adjective see lipoid I

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  • lipoidal — adj. fatty, resembling fat …   English contemporary dictionary

  • lipoidal — li·poi·dal …   English syllables

  • lipoidal — adjective see lipoid I …   Useful english dictionary

  • lipoidal degeneration — a condition resembling fatty change but in which the extraneous material is lipoid …   Medical dictionary

  • lipoid — I. adjective or lipoidal Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1876 resembling fat II. noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1906 lipid …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • lipoid — /lip oyd, luy poyd/, adj. 1. Also, lipoidal. fatty; resembling fat. n. 2. a fat or fatlike substance, as lecithin or wax. 3. lipid. [1875 80; LIP + OID] * * * …   Universalium

  • test — 1. To prove; to try a substance; to determine the chemical nature of a substance by means of reagents. 2. A method of examination, as to determine the presence or absence of a definite disease or of some substance in any of the fluids, tissues,… …   Medical dictionary

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