of or relating to the doctrine propounded by the Italian criminologist Cesare Lombroso (1836–1909) that criminals are a product of hereditary and atavistic factors and can be classified as a definite abnormal type
[lom-broh-zee-uh n, -zhuh n] /lɒmˈbroʊ zi ən, -ʒən/ noun 1. a school of criminology, promulgating the theories and employing the methods developed by .
[lom-broh-soh; Italian lawm-braw-saw] /lɒmˈbroʊ soʊ; Italian lɔmˈbrɔ sɔ/ noun 1. Cesare [che-zah-re] /ˈtʃɛ zɑˌrɛ/ (Show IPA), 1836–1909, Italian physician and criminologist. /Italian lomˈbroːso/ noun 1. Cesare (ˈtʃeːzare). 1836–1909, Italian criminologist: he postulated the existence of a criminal type
[law-mey] /lɔˈmeɪ/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of Togo, on the Gulf of Guinea. [toh-goh] /ˈtoʊ goʊ/ noun 1. Republic of, an independent country in W Africa: formerly a French mandate 1922–46 and trusteeship 1946–60 in E Togoland. 21,830 sq. mi. (56,540 sq. km). Capital: Lomé. /French lɔme/ noun 1. the capital […]
[loh meyn] /ˈloʊ ˈmeɪn/ noun 1. a Chinese dish of thin noodles stir-fried with vegetables and usually meat or shrimp.