myxosarcoma myx·o·sar·co·ma (mĭk’sō-sär-kō’mə)
A sarcoma characterized by immature, relatively undifferentiated cells that grow rapidly and invade extensively, resulting in tissue that resembles primitive mesenchymal tissue.
[mik-suh-spawr, -spohr] /ˈmɪk səˌspɔr, -ˌspoʊr/ noun, Mycology. 1. a produced within any of various fruiting bodies of myxomycetes.
[mik-suh-vahy-ruh s, mik-suh-vahy-] /ˈmɪk səˌvaɪ rəs, ˌmɪk səˈvaɪ-/ noun, plural myxoviruses. 1. any of a group of medium-sized, RNA-containing having a helical envelope, infectious to humans and other animals and a cause of influenza. /ˈmɪksəʊˌvaɪərəs/ noun 1. any of a group of viruses that cause influenza, mumps, and certain other diseases myxovirus myx·o·vi·rus (mĭk’sə-vī’rəs) n. […]
abbreviation 1. Mozambique standard, file format The file signature of an MS-DOS executable (.EXE) file (0x4d 5a), always the first two bytes of the file. It was reportedly invented by, and named after, a Microsoft programmer, Mark Zbikowski. In Unix systems, the string MZ is the magic number that identifies an MS-DOS EXE file. (2003-06-10) […]
/əmˈzʌnsɪ/ noun (South African) 1. a low-cost national bankinɡ account