gap phenomenon n.
A short period in the cycle of atrioventricular or intraventricular conduction during which an impulse is allowed to pass.
[gap-ing] /ˈgæp ɪŋ/ noun, Linguistics. 1. a rule of transformational grammar by which repeated instances of a verb are deleted from conjoined sentences, as in the deletion of brought from Mary brought the bread, John the cheese, and Bill the wine. [gap] /gæp/ noun 1. a break or opening, as in a fence, wall, or […]
[gap-tootht, -tooth d] /ˈgæpˌtuθt, -ˌtuðd/ adjective 1. having a noticeable space between two teeth. adjective 1. having wide spaces between the teeth
[geyps, gaps] /geɪps, gæps/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. Veterinary Pathology. a parasitic disease of poultry and other birds, characterized by frequent due to infestation of the trachea and bronchi with gapeworms. 2. a fit of yawning. /ɡeɪps/ noun (functioning as sing) 1. a disease of young domestic fowl, characterized by gaping or […]
[gahr] /gɑr/ noun, plural (especially collectively) gar (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) gars. 1. Also called garfish, garpike. any predaceous freshwater fish of the genus Lepisosteus, of North America, covered with hard, diamond-shaped scales and having long jaws with needlelike teeth. 2. (def 1). [gahr] /gɑr/ verb (used with object), garred, […]