A dog is a carnivorous animal.
of the carnivores.
(esp of animals) feeding on flesh
(of plants such as the pitcher plant and sundew) able to trap and digest insects and other small animals
of or relating to the Carnivora
(informal) aggressively ambitious or reactionary
1640s, from Latin carnivorus “flesh-eating, feeding on flesh,” from caro (genitive carnis) “flesh” (see carnage) + vorare “to devour” (see voracity).
noun a fear of meat Word Origin Latin carnalis ‘fleshly’
an ideal cycle of reversible engine operations in which a substance at one temperature is compressed adiabatically to a second temperature, expanded isothermally at the second temperature, expanded adiabatically from the second temperature to the first temperature, and compressed isothermally at the first temperature. noun an idealized reversible heat-engine cycle giving maximum efficiency and consisting […]
an engine using a Carnot cycle of operations.
a device operating on the Carnot cycle in which the first temperature is higher than the second.