[en-der-bee] /ˈɛn dər bi/
a part of the coast of Antarctica, E of Queen Maud Land: discovered 1831.
part of the coastal region of Antarctica, between Kemp Land and Queen Maud Land: the westernmost part of the Australian Antarctic Territory (claims are suspended under the Antarctic Treaty); discovered in 1831
[en-der] /ˈɛn dər/ noun 1. Kornelia [kawr-neyl-yuh,, -ney-lee-uh] /kɔrˈneɪl yə,, -ˈneɪ li ə/ (Show IPA), born 1958, German swimmer. [end] /ɛnd/ noun 1. the last part or extremity, lengthwise, of anything that is longer than it is wide or broad: the end of a street; the end of a rope. 2. a point, line, or […]
endemoepidemic en·dem·o·ep·i·dem·ic (ěn-děm’ō-ěp’ĭ-děm’ĭk) adj. Of or being a temporary large increase in the number of cases of an endemic disease.
[en-dem-ik] /ɛnˈdɛm ɪk/ adjective, Also, endemical 1. natural to or characteristic of a specific people or place; native; indigenous: endemic folkways; countries where high unemployment is endemic. 2. belonging exclusively or confined to a particular place: a fever endemic to the tropics. noun 3. an endemic disease. /ɛnˈdɛmɪk/ adjective 1. present within a localized area […]
- Endogenous infection
endogenous infection n. An infection caused by an infectious agent that is already present in the body, but has previously been inapparent or dormant.