[muh-lah-boh] /məˈlɑ boʊ/
a town in and the capital of Equatorial Guinea, on N Bioko island.
a republic in W equatorial Africa, comprising the mainland province of Río Muni and the island province of Bioko: formerly a Spanish colony. 10,824 sq. mi. (28,034 sq. km).
the capital and chief port of Equatorial Guinea, on the island of Bioko in the Gulf of Guinea. Pop: 105 000 (2005 est) Former name (until 1973) Santa Isabel
a republic of W Africa, consisting of Río Muni on the mainland and the island of Bioko in the Gulf of Guinea, with four smaller islands: ceded by Portugal to Spain in 1778; gained independence in 1968. Official languages: Spanish and French. Religion: Roman Catholic majority. Currency: franc. Capital: Malabo. Pop: 704 000 (2013 est). Area: 28 049 sq km (10 830 sq miles) Former name (until 1964) Spanish Guinea
- Malabsorption syndrome
malabsorption syndrome n. A nutritional syndrome caused by any of various disorders in which there is ineffective absorption of nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract, characterized by diverse conditions such as diarrhea, weakness, edema, lassitude, weight loss, poor appetite, protuberant abdomen, pallor, bleeding tendencies, and muscle cramps.
[muh-lak-uh, -lah-kuh] /məˈlæk ə, -ˈlɑ kə/ noun 1. a state in Malaysia, on the SW Malay Peninsula: formerly a part of the British Straits Settlements and of the Federation of Malaya. 640 sq. mi. (1658 sq. km). 2. a seaport in and the capital of this state. 3. Strait of, a strait between Sumatra and […]
noun 1. a cane or walking stick made of the brown, often mottled or clouded stem of an East Indian rattan palm, Calamus scipionum.
[mal-uh-kahy] /ˈmæl əˌkaɪ/ noun 1. a Minor Prophet of the 5th century b.c. 2. the book of the Bible bearing his name. Abbreviation: Mal. /ˈmæləˌkaɪ/ noun (Old Testament) 1. a Hebrew prophet of the 5th century bc 2. the book containing his oracles Douay spelling Malachias (ˌmæləˈkaɪəs) masc. proper name, Old Testament name of the […]