[kom-pluh-muh n-tey-shuh n] /ˌkɒm plə mənˈteɪ ʃən/
Genetics. the occurrence of a wild-type phenotype when two closely related, interacting mutant genes are expressed in the same cell.
cooperation in lowering tariffs to permit the movement of components among different countries when it is more profitable for each country to produce parts of a product than the whole.
the act or process of forming a complement
(genetics) the combination of two homologous chromosomes, each with a different recessive mutant gene, in a single cell to produce a normal phenotype. The deficiency of one homologue is supplied by the normal allele of the other
complementation com·ple·men·ta·tion (kŏm’plə-mən-tā’shən, -měn-)
noun, Carpentry. 1. a small handsaw with a narrow, tapering blade for cutting curves of small radii; whipsaw. noun 1. a hand saw with a narrow tapered blade for making a curved cut
- Compass window
noun 1. (architect) a bay window having a semicircular shape
noun 1. Navigation. a circle divided into 32 points or 360° numbered clockwise from true or magnetic north, printed on a chart or the like as a means of determining the course of a vessel or aircraft. 2. a similar design, often ornamented, used on maps to indicate the points of the compass. noun 1. […]
noun 1. a rafter cut to a curve on one or both edges.