a quantity of medicine prescribed to be taken at one time.
a substance, situation, or quantity of anything analogous to medicine, especially of something disagreeable:
Failing the exam was a hard dose to swallow.
an amount of sugar added in the production of champagne.
Also called absorbed dose. the quantity of ionizing radiation absorbed by a unit mass of matter, especially living tissue: measured in gray or rad.
Slang. a case of gonorrhea or syphilis.
verb (used with object), dosed, dosing.
to administer in or apportion for doses.
to give a dose of medicine to.
to add sugar to (champagne) during production.
verb (used without object), dosed, dosing.
to take a dose of medicine.
(med) a specific quantity of a therapeutic drug or agent taken at any one time or at specified intervals
(informal) something unpleasant to experience: a dose of influenza
Also called dosage. the total energy of ionizing radiation absorbed by unit mass of material, esp of living tissue; usually measured in grays (SI unit) or rads
Also called dosage. a small amount of syrup added to wine, esp sparkling wine, when the sediment is removed and the bottle is corked
(slang) a venereal infection, esp gonorrhoea
like a dose of salts, very quickly indeed
to administer a dose or doses to (someone)
(med) to give (a therapeutic drug or agent) in appropriate quantities
(often foll by up) to give (someone, esp oneself) drugs, medicine, etc, esp in large quantities
to add syrup to (wine) during bottling
A specified quantity of a therapeutic agent, such as a drug, prescribed to be taken at one time or at stated intervals.
The amount of radiation administered as therapy to a given site.
v. dosed, dos·ing, dos·es
To give or prescribe something, such as medicine, in specified amounts.
To give someone a dose, as of medicine.
To infect with a venereal disease, esp gonorrhea: What’s going to happen is that you’ll get dosed (1914+)
verb (used without object), dived or dove, dived, diving. 1. to plunge into water, especially headfirst. 2. to go below the surface of the water, as a submarine. 3. to plunge, fall, or descend through the air, into the earth, etc.: The acrobats dived into nets. 4. Aeronautics. (of an airplane) to descend rapidly. 5. […]
noun, Metalworking. 1. a tendency of a rolled piece to curve downward after passing through a stand, occurring when the upper roll is faster than the lower. Compare overdraft (def 7).
noun 1. a drain placed beneath the surface of cultivated fields, streets, etc. verb (used with object) 2. to equip or supply with an underdrain or underdrains. noun (ˈʌndəˌdreɪn) 1. a drain buried below agricultural land verb (ˌʌndəˈdreɪn) 2. to bury such drains below (agricultural land)
[uhn-der-drey-nij] /ˈʌn dərˌdreɪ nɪdʒ/ noun 1. drainage of agricultural lands and removal of excess water and of alkali by drains buried beneath the surface.