[pep-sin-uh-juh n, -jen] /pɛpˈsɪn ə dʒən, -ˌdʒɛn/
crystals, occurring in the gastric glands, that during digestion are converted into .
the inactive precursor of pepsin produced by the stomach
pepsinogen pep·sin·o·gen (pěp-sĭn’ə-jən)
The inactive precursor to pepsin, formed in the chief cells of the mucous membrane of the stomach and converted to pepsin by hydrochloric acid during digestion. Also called propepsin.
- Pep someone up
. [ 1920s ]
Prolog extended with parallel modules within which explicit OR-parallelism can be used. [“PEPsy: A Prolog for Parallel Processing”, M. Ratcliffe et al, ECRC TR CA-17, 1986].
[pep-tawk] /ˈpɛpˌtɔk/ verb (used with object) 1. to give a to (a person, group, etc.). verb (used without object) 2. to deliver a .
noun 1. a vigorous, emotional talk, as to a person or group, intended to arouse enthusiasm, increase determination to succeed, etc.: The coach gave the team a pep talk before the game. noun 1. (informal) an enthusiastic talk designed to increase confidence, production, cooperation, etc noun phrase A hortatory speech, usually given by a team […]