The scientific study of the acute and chronic metabolic responses of the human body to exercise, including biochemical and physiologic changes in the heart and skeletal muscles.
noun 1. . noun 1. Finance. the fixed price at which a person can exercise an option to buy or sell something, especially in a call or put option. noun 1. (stock exchange) the price at which the holder of a traded option may exercise his right to buy (or sell) a security
adverb, adjective 1. exclusive of dividend: applied to a stock traded when payment of a dividend is pending, indicating that the price of the security does not include any dividend declared (distinguished from ). adverb 1. without the right to the current dividend: to quote shares ex dividend Compare cum dividend adjective without dividend; indicating […]
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abbreviation 1. ex dividend adjective See ex dividend
[eks-di-rek-tuh-ree, -tree, -dahy-] /ˌɛks dɪˈrɛk tə ri, -tri, -daɪ-/ adjective, British. 1. (of a telephone number) unlisted in a telephone directory. adjective 1. (mainly Brit) not listed in a telephone directory, by request, and not disclosed to inquirers US and Canadian term unlisted