(psychol) a drive, like the desire for money, that has not been inherited but is learned, presumably because it leads to the satisfaction of innate drives
acquired drive n.
See secondary drive.
- Acquired epileptic aphasia
acquired epileptic aphasia acquired epileptic aphasia n. See Landau-Kleffner syndrome.
- Acquired fanconi’s syndrome
acquired fanconi’s syndrome acquired Fanconi’s syndrome n. A complex of defects in the functioning of renal tubules associated with multiple myeloma or trauma.
- Acquired hyperlipoproteinemia
acquired hyperlipoproteinemia acquired hyperlipoproteinemia n. Hyperlipoproteinemia that develops as a consequence of some primary disease, such as thyroid deficiency. Also called nonfamilial hyperlipoproteinemia.
- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
. noun the full name for AIDS acquired immune deficiency syndrome n. AIDS. acquired immune deficiency syndrome See AIDS.