a person, animal, plant, group, etc., that is part of a society, party, community, taxon, or other body.
a member of Congress, especially of the House of Representatives.
a member of the British Parliament, especially of the House of Commons.
any member of a legislative body.
a part or organ of an animal body; a limb, as a leg, arm, or wing.
Botany. a structural entity of a plant body.
a constituent part of any structural or composite whole, as a subordinate architectural feature of a building.
either side of an equation.
an element of a set.
Geology. a stratigraphic unit recognized within a formation, and mapped as such.
being a member of or having membership in an association, organization, etc.:
member countries of the United Nations.
a person who belongs to a club, political party, etc
any individual plant or animal in a taxonomic group: a member of the species
any part of an animal body, such as a limb
another word for penis
any part of a plant, such as a petal, root, etc
(maths) any individual object belonging to a set or logical class
a distinct part of a whole, such as a proposition in a syllogism
a component part of a building or construction
noun (sometimes not capital)
short for Member of Parliament
short for Member of Congress
a member of some other legislative body
member mem·ber (měm’bər)
A distinct part of a whole.
A part or an organ of a human or animal body, especially a limb.
A quantity that belongs to a set.
The expression on either side of an equal sign.
adjective 1. (anatomy) situated beneath the chin
- Submental artery
submental artery sub·men·tal artery (sŭb-měn’tl) n. An artery with origin in the facial artery, with distribution to the mylohyoid muscle, the submandibular and sublingual glands, and the structures of the lower lip, and with anastomoses to the inferior labial and a branch of the inferior dental and sublingual arteries.
- Submental vein
submental vein n. A vein that is situated below the chin, anastomoses with the sublingual vein, connects with the anterior jugular vein, and empties into the facial vein.
verb (used with object), submerged, submerging. 1. to put or sink below the surface of water or any other enveloping medium. 2. to cover or overflow with water; immerse. 3. to cover; bury; subordinate; suppress: His aspirations were submerged by the necessity of making a living. verb (used without object), submerged, submerging. 4. to sink […]