Circulating

  • 1circulating — adj. 1. moving or flowing in a circuit and returning to the same point; as, steam circulating through the pipes; the circulating thyroid hormones. [WordNet 1.5] 2. passing from one to another. [prenominal] [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 2Circulating — Circulate Cir cu*late, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Circulated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Circulating}.] [L. circulatus, p. p. of circulare, v. t., to surround, make round, circulari, v. i., to gather into a circle. See {Circle}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To move in a… …

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  • 3circulating — adjective a) Moving about freely. He glanced at the slowly circulating guests. b) An institution lending from its collection, especially of books, on condition of membership. A circulating library …

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  • 4circulating — adj. Circulating is used with these nouns: ↑library …

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  • 5circulating — adjective passing from one to another circulating bills and coins • Similar to: ↑current …

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  • 6circuLating — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. flowing, moving, current, circulatory, ambient, diffusive, rotating, circling, in circulation, in motion, fluid; see also moving 1 . Ant. still, motionless*, stationary …

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  • 7circulating — cir·cu·lat·ing || sɜːkjÊŠleɪtɪŋ adj. passing from one to another; moving in a circuit and returning to the same point cir·cu·late || sɜːkjÊŠleɪt v. move around, move from place to place; distribute, pass around, hand out …

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  • 8Circulating tumor cell — Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are cells that have detached from a primary tumor and circulate in the bloodstream. CTCs may constitute seeds for subsequent growth of additional tumors (metastasis) in different tissues. In 1869 Thomas Ashworth… …

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  • 9Circulating capital — refers to physical capital and operating expenses, i.e., short lived items that are used in production and used up in the process of creating other goods or services. This is roughly equal to Intermediate consumption. It includes raw materials,… …

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  • 10circulating capital — ➔ capital * * * circulating capital UK US noun [U] ACCOUNTING ► WORKING CAPITAL(Cf. ↑working capital) …

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  • 11Circulating Tumor Cell — Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are cells that have detached from a primary tumor and circulate in the bloodstream. CTCs may constitute seeds for subsequent growth of additional tumors (metastasis) in different tissues. The detection of CTCs may… …

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  • 12circulating capital — index principal (capital sum) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 13circulating medium — index currency Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 14circulating nurse — n a registered nurse who makes preparations for an operation and continually monitors the patient and staff during its course, who works in the operating room outside the sterile field in which the operation takes place, and who records the… …

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  • 15circulating asset — UK US noun [C, usually plural] ACCOUNTING ► CURRENT ASSET(Cf. ↑current asset) …

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  • 16circulating decimal — n. REPEATING DECIMAL …

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  • 17circulating library — n. a library which loans books or other materials for use elsewhere, sometimes for a daily fee …

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  • 18circulating medium — n. any medium of exchange that can be passed in ordinary commerce, as currency …

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  • 19Circulating microvesicle — The identification of small, membrane bound vesicles has opened a new era in the understanding of cell signaling and the process of molecular communication between cells. Human body fluids contain small, membrane bound exosomes and larger… …

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  • 20Circulating decimal — Circulate Cir cu*late, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Circulated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Circulating}.] [L. circulatus, p. p. of circulare, v. t., to surround, make round, circulari, v. i., to gather into a circle. See {Circle}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To move in a… …

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