[fat-ik] /ˈfæt ɪk/
denoting speech used to express or create an atmosphere of shared feelings, goodwill, or sociability rather than to impart information:
(of speech, esp of conversational phrases) used to establish social contact and to express sociability rather than specific meaning
1923, coined by Polish-born British anthropologist Bronisław Malinowski (1884-1942) from Greek phatos “spoken, that may be spoken,” from phanai “to speak, say” (see fame (n.)) + -ic.
[fahr-muh-kuh-pee-uh] /ˌfɑr mə kəˈpi ə/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a book published usually under the jurisdiction of the government and containing a list of drugs, their formulas, methods for making medicinal preparations, requirements and tests for their strength and purity, and other related information. 2. a stock of drugs. /ˌfɑːməkəˈpiːə/ noun 1. an authoritative book containing […]
noun the group of atoms in a drug molecule which is responsible for the biologic and pharmacologic interaction Examples In this project the pharmacophores which might be associated with interactions with the protein are matched with those in the small molecules.
abbreviation 1. Pharmaceutical Chemist pharmaceutical chemist
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