[ong-kawr-nuh-vahy-ruh s, -kawr-nuh-vahy-] /ɒŋˈkɔr nəˌvaɪ rəs, -ˌkɔr nəˈvaɪ-/
noun, plural oncornaviruses. Pathology.
any of various RNA viruses that cause tumors in humans and other animals.
oncovirus on·co·vi·rus (ŏng’kō-vī’rəs)
oncornavirus on·cor·na·vi·rus (ŏng-kôr’nə-vī’rəs)
A virus of the subfamily Oncovirinae; an RNA tumor virus. Also called oncovirus.
abbreviation (in Britain, formerly) 1. Ordinary National Diploma
/ɒnˈdɑːtʃe/ noun 1. Michael. born 1943, Sri Lankan-born Canadian writer: his works include the poetry collection There’s a Trick with a Knife I’m Learning to Do (1979), the Booker-prizewinning novel The English Patient (1992, filmed 1997), Anil’s Ghost (2000), and Divisadero (2007)
- On-demand software
noun a type of software available and used through a Web browser, as opposed to being on the user’s hardware See utility computing Usage Note computing; see utility computing
[on-deen, awn-; for 2 also French awn-deen] /ɒnˈdin, ɔn-; for 2 also French ɔ̃ˈdin/ noun 1. . 2. (initial capital letter, italics) a play (1939) by Jean Giraudoux. 3. (initial capital letter, italics) a ballet (1958) choreographed by Frederick Ashton, with musical score by Hans W. Henze. [“Concurrency Introduction to an Object-Oriented Language System Ondine”, […]