a great deal of effort or hard work, esp in playing a sport: Dallaglio’s ability to make the hard yards and cross the gain line
- Hardy-rand-ritter test
Hardy-Rand-Ritter test Har·dy-Rand-Ritter test (här’dē-rānd’-) n. A test for color-vision deficiency similar to the Ishihara test.
- Hardy-Weinberg law
[hahr-dee-wahyn-burg] /ˈhɑr diˈwaɪn bɜrg/ noun, Genetics. 1. a principle stating that in an infinitely large, randomly mating population in which selection, migration, and mutation do not occur, the frequencies of alleles and genotypes do not change from generation to generation. Hardy-Weinberg law Hardy-Wein·berg law (-wīn’bərg) n. A fundamental principle in population genetics stating that the […]
[hair] /hɛər/ noun, plural hares (especially collectively) hare. 1. any rodentlike mammal of the genus Lepus, of the family Leporidae, having long ears, a divided upper lip, and long hind limbs adapted for leaping. 2. any of the larger species of this genus, as distinguished from certain of the smaller ones known as rabbits. 3. […]
noun 1. an outdoor game in which certain players, the hares, start off in advance on a long run, scattering small pieces of paper, called the scent, with the other players, the hounds, following the trail so marked in an effort to catch the hares before they reach a designated point. noun 1. (functioning as […]