dry rale n.
An auscultative sound produced by a constriction in a bronchial tube or by the presence of a viscid secretion narrowing the lumen of the tube.
- Dry riser
noun 1. a vertical pipe, not containing water, having connections on different floors of a building for a fireman’s hose to be attached. A fire tender can be connected at the lowest level to make water rise under pressure within the pipe DR
[drahy-roh-stid] /ˈdraɪˈroʊ stɪd/ adjective 1. roasted with no oil, or less oil than is usually used in roasting, so that the product is drier, crisper, and less caloric: dry-roasted peanuts. adjective roasted without fat or oil, esp. nuts
[drahy-rot] /ˈdraɪˌrɒt/ verb (used with or without object), dry-rotted, dry-rotting. 1. to undergo or cause to undergo the action or effects of dry rot. noun 1. Plant Pathology. 2. any concealed or unsuspected inner decay. noun 1. crumbling and drying of timber, bulbs, potatoes, or fruit, caused by saprotrophic basidiomycetous fungi 2. any fungus causing […]
noun 1. a fungus, Merulius lacrymans, that causes a common type of dry rot.