(Brit) a financial institution that engages in finding capital for established companies or for private firms wishing to convert to public companies, by issuing shares on their behalf
[is-uh s] /ˈɪs əs/ noun 1. an ancient town in Asia Minor, in Cilicia: victory of Alexander the Great over Darius III 333 b.c. /ˈɪsəs/ noun 1. an ancient town in S Asia Minor, in Cilicia north of present-day Iskenderun: scene of a battle (333 bc) in which Alexander the Great defeated the Persians
[is-ik-koo l; Russian ee-sik-kool] /ˈɪs ɪkˈkʊl; Russian iˈsɪkˈkul/ noun 1. a mountain lake in NE Kirghizia (Kyrgyzstan). 2250 sq. mi. (5830 sq. km). /Russian isˈsikˈkulj/ noun 1. a lake in NE Kyrgyzstan in the Tian Shan mountains, at an altitude of 1609 m (5280 ft): one of the largest mountain lakes in the world. Area: […]
1. a suffix of nouns, often corresponding to verbs ending in -ize or nouns ending in -ism, that denote a person who practices or is concerned with something, or holds certain principles, doctrines, etc.: apologist; dramatist; machinist; novelist; realist; socialist; Thomist. suffix 1. (forming nouns) a person who performs a certain action or is concerned […]
Isospora I·sos·po·ra (ī-sŏs’pər-ə) n. A genus of coccidia whose species are parasitic chiefly in mammals and include a species capable of causing a mucous diarrhea, anorexia, nausea, and abdominal pain in humans.