written after (distinguished from ).
an adscript character.
Compare (def 11), (def 12).
adscript, ad′skript, adj. written after: attached to the soil, of feudal serfs—in this sense also used as a noun.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
. Historical Examples Such is the adscription of a triangle: The adscription of an ordinate triangulate is now to be taught. The Way To Geometry Peter Ramus And thus is the common adscription of a circle: The adscription of a rectilineall followeth, and first of a Triangle. The Way To Geometry Peter Ramus noun a […]
Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line; Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line: a type of DSL with fast download speed but slower upload speed. Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line asynchronous digital subscriber line.
- Adson’s test
adson’s test Adson’s test Ad·son’s test (ād’sənz) n. A test for thoracic outlet syndrome in which the patient is seated and with the head extended and turned to the side of the lesion, breathes deeply; a diminution or loss of radial pulse on the affected side is indicative of the syndrome.
to gather (a gas, liquid, or dissolved substance) on a surface in a condensed layer: Charcoal will adsorb gases. verb to undergo or cause to undergo a process in which a substance, usually a gas, accumulates on the surface of a solid forming a thin film, often only one molecule thick: to adsorb hydrogen on […]