[pol-ee-klohn-l] /ˌpɒl iˈkloʊn l/
Biology. pertaining to cells or cell products derived from several lines of clones.
[pol-i-klahy-tuh s] /ˌpɒl ɪˈklaɪ təs/ noun 1. flourished c450–c420 b.c, Greek sculptor. /ˌpɒlɪˈklaɪtəs/ noun 1. 5th-century bc Greek sculptor, noted particularly for his idealized bronze sculptures of the male nude, such as the Doryphoros
[pol-ee-im-ahyd, -id] /ˌpɒl iˈɪm aɪd, -ɪd/ noun 1. any of a class of polymers with an imido group: resistant to high temperatures, wear, radiation, and many chemicals.
[pol-i-him-nee-uh] /ˌpɒl ɪˈhɪm ni ə/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the Muse of sacred music and dance. /ˌpɒlɪˈhɪmnɪə/ noun 1. (Greek myth) the Muse of singing, mime, and sacred dance
[pol-ee-ahy-suh-byoot-l-een] /ˌpɒl iˌaɪ səˈbyut lˌin/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a polymer of , used chiefly in the manufacture of synthetic rubber.