countertraction coun·ter·trac·tion (koun’tər-trāk’shən)
Traction used to offset or oppose another traction in the reduction of fractures. Also called counterextension.
[koun-ter-treyd] /ˈkaʊn tərˌtreɪd/ noun 1. , especially international , carried on for payment wholly or partially in goods instead of cash or credit. /ˈkaʊntəˌtreɪd/ noun 1. international trade in which payment is made in goods rather than currency verb (transitive) 2. to buy or sell goods by countertrade: countertrading weapons for coffee beans
[koun-ter-trans-fur-uh ns, -trans-fer-uh ns] /ˌkaʊn tər trænsˈfɜr əns, -ˈtræns fər əns/ noun, Psychoanalysis. 1. on the part of the analyst of repressed feelings aroused by the patient. countertransference coun·ter·trans·fer·ence (koun’tər-trāns-fûr’əns, -trāns’fər-) n. The surfacing of a psychotherapist’s own repressed feelings through identification with the emotions, experiences, or problems of a person undergoing treatment.
[trend] /trɛnd/ noun 1. the general course or prevailing tendency; drift: trends in the teaching of foreign languages; the trend of events. 2. style or vogue: the new trend in women’s apparel. 3. the general direction followed by a road, river, coastline, or the like. verb (used without object) 4. to have a general tendency, […]
[koun-ter-turn] /ˈkaʊn tərˌtɜrn/ noun 1. a in an opposing or contrary direction. 2. an unexpected twist or of events in the plot of a story, play, or the like.