slipped disk n.
Protrusion of a part of an intervertebral disk through the fibrocartilage, occurring usually in the lower lumbar region and often causing back pain or sciatica.
- Slipped disc
noun 1. (pathol) a herniated intervertebral disc, often resulting in pain because of pressure on the spinal nerves
noun 1. a supply of clothing, boots, tobacco, and other personal goods for sale to the crew of a ship during a voyage. 2. (formerly) a chest containing this supply. noun 1. a stock of merchandise, such as clothing, tobacco, etc, maintained aboard merchant ships for sale to the crew Compare small stores
verb (used without object), sloped, sloping. 1. to have or take an inclined or oblique direction or angle considered with reference to a vertical or horizontal plane; slant. 2. to move at an inclination or obliquely: They sloped gradually westward. verb (used with object), sloped, sloping. 3. to direct at a slant or inclination; incline […]
- Slope culture
slope culture n. See slant culture.