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an enzyme liberated from blood platelets that converts prothrombin into thrombin as blood starts to clot
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To write about something in a detailed way is known as definition. To explain something and to tell what it is. Another meaning of the word definition is clarity -- as inthe clearness of the edges or shape of an object that makes it easyto see. The official definition of the word definition is "…a statement ofthe exact meaning of a word, especially in a dictionary." (MORE)
A definition is a concise explanation of the meaning of a word, phrase or symbol.The word 'Definition' refers to a statement that describes themeaning of a word, term, phrase, or a group of symbols, commonlyknown as the definiendum.
Article the . Definite grammatical article that implies necessarily that an entity it articulates is presupposed ; something already mentioned, or completely specified later in that same sentence, or assumed already completely specified. . I'm reading the book. (Compare I'm reading a b…ook. ) the street in front of your house (Compare a street in Paris ) The men and women watched the man give the birdseed to the bird. . this, the current or adjacent . No one in the whole country had seen it before. I don't think I'll get to it until the morning. . When before a body part, it can be an alternative to a possessive pronoun. . A stone hit him on the head. ( = "A stone hit him on his head.") . When stressed, indicates that it describes an object which is considered to be best or exclusively worthy of attention. . That is the hospital to go to for heart surgery. . With a superlative, it and that superlative refer to one object. . That apple pie was the best. . When before an adjectival noun, it indicates all persons within that grouping. . Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, comfort the afflicted, and afflict the comfortable. . When before a member of a class, it indicates all things in that class. . The cat is a solitary creature. ( = "All cats are solitary creatures.") . (MORE)
Noun">Noun"> Noun answer ( plural answers ) . A response; something said or done in reaction to a statement or question. . Her answer to his proposal was a slap in the face . . A solution to a problem. . There is no simple answer to curbing corruption. . Reply to an email. (reply)… . ( law ) A document filed in response to a complaint, responding to each point raised in the complaint and raising counterpoints. Verb"> Verb to answer ( third-person singular simple present answers , present participle answering , simple past and past participle answered ) . To make a reply or response to. . He answered the question. . To respond to a call by someone at a door or telephone, or other similar piece of equipment. . She answered the door. . To suit a need or purpose satisfactorily. . It answers the need. . â[quotations â¼] . ( law ) To file a document in response to a complaint. . To correspond to; to be in harmony with; to be in agreement with. â[quotations â¼] synonym: response antonym:ask,question (MORE)
adv. For what purpose, reason, or cause; with what intention, justification, or motive: Why is the door shut? Why do birds sing?
Is is is? "Is" is a verb, a form of the verb "be" in athird-person singular and present indicative tense. He is handsome. This test is difficult. She is tall for a third-grader. My steak is cold.
Pronoun you second person, singular or plural,nominative or objective ( possessive determiner your , possessive pronoun yours , singular reflexive yourself , plural reflexive yourselves ) . ( subject pronoun ) The person spoken to or written to,as a subject.. Can you help us? You… must do as I tell you. . ( object pronoun ) The person spoken to or written to,as an object.. I'll give you my pen. We'll go with you to the game. You must do as I tell you . . ( subject pronoun ) The group of persons spoken to orwritten to, as a subject.. Both of you should get readynow. You are all supposed to do as I tellyou. . ( object pronoun ) The group of persons spoken, orwritten to, as an object.. Everyone, Chris can help you now. You are all supposed to do as I tell you . . ( subject pronoun ) Anyone, one; anunspecifiedindividual or group of individuals.. You have to be at least 36 inches high togo on this ride. . ( object pronoun ) Anyone, one; anunspecified individualor group of individuals.. They always smile at you when they serve you in this restaurant. . (MORE)
Conjunction that . Connecting noun clause (as involving reported speech etc.) . He told me that the book is a good read. . Connecting a subordinate clause indicating purpose . He must die that others might live. .
The word definite means well defined or clearly specified. For example, if I say I will visit you at 12:45 PM tomorrow, that is a definite time. If I say that I will visit you at some time in the future, that is not a definite time.
Verb is . Third-person singular simple present indicative form of be . . He is a doctor. He retired some time ago. Should he do the task, it is vital that you follow him. .
Preposition by . Near or next to. . The mailbox is by the bus stop. . At some time before (the given time), or before the end of a given time interval. . Be back by ten o'clock! We will send it by the first week of July. . ( Indicates the actor in a clause with its verb in the pa…ssive voice ) Through the action or presence of. . The matter was decided by the chairman. The boat was swamped by the water. He was protected by his body armour. . (Indicates the creator of a work) Existing through the authorship etc of. . There are many well-known plays by William Shakespeare . (Indicates the cause of a condition or event) Through the action of, caused by, responsibility for; by dint of. . 1874 Thomas Hardy, Far From the Madding Crowd , 2005 Barnes & Noble Classics publication of 1912 Wessex edition, p109: . In other directions the fields and sky were so much of one colour by the snow that it was difficult in a hasty glance to tell whereabouts the horizon occurred [...] . (Indicates a means) Involving/using the means of. . I avoided the guards by moving only when they weren't looking. . (Indicates a rule followed) Using the rules or logic of. . I sorted the items by category. . (Indicates the amount of some progression) With a change of. . Our stock is up by ten percent. . (In the formulae X by X and by Xs , indicates a steady progression, one X after another.) . We went through the book page by page. We crawled forward by inches. . (Indicates an oath) With the authority of. . By Jove! I think she's got it! By all that is holy, I'll put an end to this. . Used to separate dimensions when describing the size of something. . It is easy to invert a 2 by 2 matrix. The room was about 4 foot by 6 foot. We used 10 by 20 by 30 cm bricks to build the wall." . (MORE)
Particle to . A particle used for marking the following verb as an infinitive. . I want to leave. He asked me what to do. I don't know how to say it. I have places to go and people to see. To err is human. (Alexander Pope 1711) To be, or not to be: that is the qu…estion: (Hamlet c.1600) . â[quotations â¼] . ( colloquial ) As above, with the verb implied. . "Did you visit the museum?" "I wanted to , but it was closed." If he hasn't read it yet, he ought to . . (MORE)
The word "what" is an interrogative pronoun, asking which thing, event, or circumstance. It is used in asking for an identity, quantity, quality, or meaning.
Verb are . Second-person singular simple present tense of be . Mary, where are you going? . First-person plural simple present tense of be . We are not coming. . Second-person plural simple present tense of be . Mary and John, are you listening? . Third-person plural simpl…e present tense of be . They are here somewhere. . (MORE)
Noun what-if ( plural what-ifs ) . ( informal ) A speculation as to what might have happened if something else had happened earlier. Verb to what-if ( third-person singular simple present what-ifs , present participle what-iffing , simple past and past participle what-iffed… ) . ( informal ) To speculate about the consequences of something that could have happened. (MORE)
No doubt, decidely, certainly, unquestionably, and will surely (happen, occur). Please See Related Questions and Source and Related Links below.
TO : to means toward or for something (a goal), as indicated by the infinitive form of a verb. Example : "He was going to the city." Example : "He stepped forward to reach the door."
The Mayan civilization produced amazing advances in art, architecture, mathematics and astronomy. They are also the only pre-Columbian American civilization credited with a fully developed written language,
Determiner this ( plural these ) . The (thing) here (used in indicating something or someone nearby). . This classroom is where I learned to read and write. . The known (thing) (used in indicating something or someone just mentioned). . They give the appearance of knowing what they're doi…ng. It's this appearance that lets them get away with so much. . The known (thing) (used in indicating something or someone about to be mentioned). . When asked what he wanted for his birthday, he gave this reply: "[â¦]" . A known (thing) (used in first mentioning a person or thing that the speaker does not think is known to the audience). . I met this woman the other day who's allergic to wheat. I didn't even know that was possible! . (MORE)
1.Used as a function word to indicate connection or addition especially of items within the same class or type ; used to join sentence elements of the same grammatical rank or function. 2. Used as a function word to express logical modification, consequence, antithesis, or supplementary explanatio…n 3. Used as a function word to join one finite verb (as go, come, try ) to another so that together they are logically equivalent to an infinitive of purpose 4. Used in logic to form a conjunction (MORE)
Go to wiktionary dot com and look up the word "whereas" in the search box.
The word "of" is a preposition that introduces a quality, location, or content for a reference noun.
"It" has a couple definition's, depending on what your talking about: . Belonging to it (used as a possessive adjective); Its is extremely rare as a pronoun, the pronoun it being very rarely stressed. ... . The Department of Information Technology Services. . Intelligent Transportation …Systems. . A computer system that interconnects competing exchange markets for the purpose of choosing the best market. It is operated by Securities Automation Corporation (SAC). . The application of technology to goods and people movement in order to reduce delay and improve safety. ... . Intelligent Traffic System : information and communications technology used in transport infrastructure and in vehicles used to manage various factors including loads, safety transportation times and fuel consumption etc. . An electronic communications network now linking the trading floor of seven registered exchanges and FIN-RA to foster competition among them in ... . An electronic communications network that links the posts of specialists who are market makers for the same securities at the floors of seven ... . It links the R/3 application server with one or more Web servers, thus enabling the R/3 to communicate with the Internet. . (acronym for internal transcribed spacers) regions of a DNA sequence that separate genes for certain ribosomal RNAs (rRNAs). ... . belonging to it, as in: The cat licked its paw. . habits have been studied in detail. . Intertek Testing Services Ltd . Intelligent transportation system. A network of changeable message signs and highway advisory radio that notifies drivers of changing roadway and traffic conditions. (MORE)
along: with a forward motion; "we drove along admiring the view"; "the horse trotted along at a steady pace"; "the circus traveled on to the next ... . indicates continuity or persistence or concentration; "his spirit lives on"; "shall I read on?" . in operation or operational; "left the oven on";… "the switch is in the on position" . in a state required for something to function or be effective; "turn the lights on"; "get a load on" . (of events) planned or scheduled; "the picnic is on, rain or shine"; "we have nothing on for Friday night" (MORE)
Preposition in . Contained by. . The dog is in the kennel. . Surrounded by. . We are in the enemy camp. Her plane is in the air. . Part of; a member of. . One in a million. . Pertaining to (that particular thing). . He has passed in English. . Immediately after a perio…d of time. . They said they would call us in a week. . By virtue of; by means of . In replacing the faucet washers, he felt he was making his contribution to the environment. . Indicating an order or arrangement. . My fat rolls around in folds. . Into. . Less water gets in your boots this way. . During (said of periods of time) . in the first week of December Easter falls in the fourth lunar month The country reached a high level of prosperity in his first term. . Denoting a state of the subject. . He stalked away in anger. John is in a coma. . Indicates a language, script, tone etc. of a text, speech etc. . Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C minor is among his most popular. His speech was in French, but was simultaneously translated into eight languages. . Indicates a language, script, tone etc. of writing, speaking etc. . When you write in cursive, it's illegible. He spoke in French, but his speech was simultaneously translated into eight languages. . (MORE)
Noun 1. a. The mental faculty by which one deliberately chooses or decides upon a course of action: championed freedom of will against a doctrine of predetermination. b. The act of exercising the will.. 2. a. Diligent purposefulness; determination: an athlete with the will to win. … b. Self-control; self-discipline: lacked the will to overcome the addiction. . 3. A desire, purpose, or determination, especially of one in authority: It is the sovereign's will that the prisoner be spared. 4. Deliberate intention or wish: Let it be known that I took this course of action against my will. 5. Free discretion; inclination or pleasure: wandered about, guided only by will. 6. Bearing or attitude toward others; disposition: full of good will. 7. a. A legal declaration of how a person wishes his or her possessions to be disposed of after death. b. A legally executed document containing this declaration.. Verb willed, willÂ·ing, wills. Transitive Verb 1. To decide on; choose. 2. To yearn for; desire: "She makes you will your own destruction" (George Bernard Shaw). 3. To decree, dictate, or order. 4. To resolve with a forceful will; determine. 5. To induce or try to induce by sheer force of will: We willed the sun to come out. 6. To grant in a legal will; bequeath. Intransitive Verb 1. To exercise the will. 2. To make a choice; choose. Please see Sources and Related Links below. (MORE)
what â â[hwuht, hwot, wuht, wot ; unstressed hw uh t, w uh t] Show IPA . pronoun 1. (used interrogatively as a request for specific information): What is the matter? . 2. (used interrogatively to inquire about the character,occupation, etc., of a person): What does he do? .… 3. (used interrogatively to inquire as to the origin, identity ,etc., of something): What are those birds? . 4. (used interrogatively to inquire as to the worth, usefulness, force , or importance of something): What is wealth withoutfriends? . 5. (used interrogatively to request a repetition of words orinformation not fully understood, usually used in ellipticalconstructions): You need what? . (MORE)
Noun will ( plural wills ) . ( archaic ) Desire, longing. (Now generally merged with later senses.) [from 9th c.]. He felt a great will to make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. . One's independent faculty of choice ; the ability to be able to exercise one's choice or intention. [from 9th… c.]. Of course, man's will is often regulated by his reason. . One's intention or decision ; someone's orders or commands. [from 9th c.]. Eventually I submitted to my parents' will . . ( archaic ) That which is desired; one's wish. [from 10th c.] â[quotations â¼] . The act of choosing to do something; a person's conscious intent or volition. [from 10th c.]. Most creatures have a will to live. . A formal declaration of one's intent concerning the disposal of one's property and holdings after death; the legal document stating such wishes. [from 14th c.] (MORE)
this is a conjugated verb... 3rd person singular. you need to look up, "to be"
"Where" is often a question word which means "In what place" I could say, " Where do you live?" Sometimes it shows a relationship between words, such as "My house is where I live." In that case, "Where means "in that place.". 'Were" is a past tense form of the verb "to be" or a subjunctive form …of "to be." As a past tense, we could say, "You were at the party last night." or 'We were at the party last night." When it is used as a subjunctive word, it means 'would be." For example, maybe you have heard the ad for Oscar Meyer wieners. The people sing, "I wish I were an Oscar Meyer wiener." In that case, it means I wish I would be an Oscar Meyer wiener. (MORE)
aural modulator used to extend the audio information and aural modulator also modulates visual carrier signal.
The word definitions is a plural form of definition which means a brief explanation of phrase, symbol or word meanings. See Related Questions and Source and Related Links below
The word "its" (no apostrophe) is the possessive form of the pronoun : of or pertaining to "it". Example : "The cow had a bird on its head." "The storm had run its course.". The word "it's" (apostrophe) is not a possessive like other apostrophe forms. It is a contraction with the mean "it is".… Example : "Don't drive if it's snowing." (it is snowing) "It's a short trip." (it is short) (MORE)
"Or" is a conjunction used to connect two alternates, whether they be alternate ways of phrasing something, "he's a male, or a boy" or different examples, such as the way I just used it.
1 a : in the event that b : allowing that c : on the assumption that d : on condition that 2 : whether
An answer is a reply to a question or the solution to a problem. The word "answer" is both a noun and a verb. As a noun, the word answer means something that is said, written, or done in response to a question, a statement, or a situation. As a verb, it is the act of saying or writing something i…n reply to something asked or stated. (MORE)
a definition is a passage that explains the meaning of a term (a word, phrase or other set of symbols), or a type of thing. The term to be defined is definiendum (plural: definienda). A term may have many different senses or meanings. For each such specific sense, a difiniens (plural: definientia) i…s a cluster of words that defines that term. (MORE)
The type of matter that has a definite shape and definite volume is a solid. Liquids have definite volume, but not a definite shape. They conform to their container. Gases have no definite shape and no definite volume, the expand to fill the space they are in.
The short word "a" in English is an article like "el" in Spanish, "al" in Arabic, "der" in German or "le" in French. Articles do not really have a definition; it is easier to try to describe their function. They are words which come before nouns in sentences and show that a noun is following close b…ehind. The noun may not be immediately behind, as adjectives in English are placed before the noun but after the article (e.g. "a stupid reason" or "a brilliant move") "A", which is called an indefinite article , also marks the object being spoken of as being an unspecified member of a group, as opposed to "the", which marks the object as being a specific object or group of objects which is identified. "A" also marks the following noun as singular; it cannot be used with a group of objects. Finally, "a" is only used before words which start with a consonant sound; where the following word starts with a vowel sound, the word "an" is used. Example: She went to the store and bought a green dress. The use of "a" in "a green dress" tells us: 1. There is a noun following close behind, which is "dress". The noun is modified with an adjective, "green", which comes between article and noun. 2. It's not a specific dress we are talking about, just one of the many green dresses available. If we specified, we would have to use "the" ("She went into the store and bought the green dress her sister loved."). Note that the place she bought it is specific, it is "the store". If it had been any old store, the sentence would read, "She went to a store and bought a green dress." 3. We know that there was only one dress purchased; if she had bought a bunch of them, there would be no article at all: "She went to the store and bought green dresses for her bridesmaids." 4. The following word, "green" starts with a consonant sound. If the dress had been orange, the word "an" would be used: "She went to the store and bought an orange dress." (MORE)
Yes there is. It's a statement expressing the essential nature of something. Please see Related Links below.
Grammar: The word definiteness is a feature of noun phrases, distinguishing between entities which are specific and identifiable in a given context (definite noun phrases) and entities which are not (indefinite noun phrases). See Source and Related Links below.
Solvent - A liquid substance capable of dissolving other substances. Solute - The dissolved matter in a solution. A solvent and solute together make up a solution.
its a paragraph of defintions like if you are suppose to deffin many words thats what you put it in is a definition paragraph
Self definition is deining one's identity, character, abilities,and attitudes, especially in relation to persons or things outsideoneself or itself. Essentailly, self definition is what makes you, you.
not |nÃ¤t|adverb1 (also n't joined to a preceding verb) used with an auxiliary verb or "be" to form the negative : he would not say | she isn't there | didn't you tell me? â¢ used in some constructions with other verbs : [with infinitive ] he has been warned not to touch | th…e pain of not knowing | she not only wrote the text but also researched the photographs. 2 used as a short substitute for a negative clause : maybe I'll regret it, but I hope not | "Don't you keep in touch?" "I'm afraid not." | they wouldn't know if I was telling the truth or not . 3 used to express the negative of other words : not a single attempt was made | treating the symptoms and not the cause | "How was it?" "Not so bad." â¢ used with a quantifier to exclude a person or part of a group : not all the poems are serious. â¢ less than (used to indicate a surprisingly small quantity) : the brakes went on not ten feet from him. 4 used in understatements to suggest that the opposite of a following word or phrase is true : the not too distant future | not a million miles away. â¢ informal humorous following and emphatically negating a statement : that sounds like quality entertainment-not. [ORIGIN: a usage popularized by the film Wayne's World .] (MORE)
definite is when you ask like a definite volume or shape hopes this answers your question :D
Conjunction . Used to connect words of the same part of speech, clauses, or sentences that are to be taken jointly: "bread and butter".. Noun . A Boolean operator that gives the value one if and only if all the operands are one and otherwise has a value of zero..
The definition of a is used when referring to someone or somethingfor the first time in a text or conversation.
Search Results . the act of defining , or of making something definite, distinct, orclear.