an organized tour that takes tourists to unfamiliar places where they can observe the lifestyle of indigenous or other local people: human safaris to remote tribal communities;
a human safari through the slums of Mumbai.
plural noun 1. programs or facilities for meeting basic health, welfare, and other needs of a society or group, as of the poor, sick, or elderly.
noun 1. a person or group of people located or intentionally placed in a potential line of fire or in an area likely to be attacked. noun a person or persons put in a dangerous position or the line of fire in order to discourage an attack
- Human t-cell leukemia virus
human T-cell leukemia virus n. See HTLV.
- Human t-cell leukemia virus type iii
human T-cell leukemia virus type III n. See HIV.