[ko-pree-mee-uh] /kɒˈpri mi ə/
poisoning due to the presence of fecal matter in the blood.
/ˌkəʊˈprəʊsɛsə/ noun 1. (computing) a microprocessor circuit that operates alongside and supplements the capabilities of the main processor, providing, for example, high-speed arithmetic coprocessor (kō’prŏs’ěs-ər) A microprocessor distinct from the central processing unit. A coprocessor performs specialized functions that the central processing unit cannot perform or cannot perform as well and as quickly. Any computer […]
[koh-pruh-doos, -dyoos] /ˌkoʊ prəˈdus, -ˈdyus/ verb (used with object), coproduced, coproducing. 1. to (a motion picture, play, etc.) in collaboration with others. 2. to manufacture (goods) in partnership with others.
noun a passion for using obscene or scatological language Word Origin Greek kopros ‘dung’ + lali ‘babbling’
coprolith cop·ro·lith (kŏp’rə-lĭth’) n. A hard mass of fecal matter in the intestine. Also called fecalith, stercolith.