[kon-truh-lat-er-uh l] /ˌkɒn trəˈlæt ər əl/
(of the body) pertaining to, situated on, or coordinated with the opposite side.
(anatomy, zoology) relating to or denoting the opposite side of a body, structure, etc
1882, from contra- + lateral.
contralateral con·tra·lat·er·al (kŏn’trə-lāt’ər-əl)
Taking place or originating in a corresponding part on an opposite side, as pain or paralysis in a part opposite the site of a lesion.
- Contralateral hemiplegia
contralateral hemiplegia n. Paralysis occurring on the side of the body opposite to the side of the brain in which the causal lesion occurs.
[kuh n-tral-toh] /kənˈtræl toʊ/ Music. noun, plural contraltos. 1. the lowest female voice or voice part, intermediate between soprano and tenor. 2. the alto, or highest male voice or voice part. 3. a singer with a contralto voice. adjective 4. pertaining to the contralto voice or its compass. /kənˈtræltəʊ; -ˈtrɑːl-/ noun (pl) -tos, -ti (-tɪ) […]
- Contra mundum
adverb lit. against the world; defying or against everyone Word Origin L.
noun any word that can be its own antonym, e.g. cleave, overlook; also called antilogy , autoantonym , contronym , enantiodrome , [Janus word] Examples Handicap is a good example of a contranym.