information regarding an individual’s education and work history, esp in the context of a selection process
capable of decaying through the action of living organisms: biodegradable paper; biodegradable detergent. adjective (of sewage constituents, packaging material, etc) capable of being decomposed by bacteria or other biological means adj. biodegradable (bī’ō-dĭ-grā’də-bəl) Capable of being decomposed by the action of biological agents, especially bacteria. biodegradable [(beye-oh-di-gray-duh-buhl)] Note: The use of biodegradable packaging is supposed […]
to decay and become absorbed by the environment: toys that will biodegrade when they’re discarded.
noun a biofuel intended for use in diesel engines Contemporary Examples Will Food Prices Jump After the Heat Wave? Matthew Zeitlin August 10, 2012 Volvo Tests Ultra-Efficient Plug-in Hybrid-Electric Diesel Bus Josh Dzieza May 16, 2013 Historical Examples Makers Cory Doctorow n. biodiesel (bī’ō-dē’zəl, -səl) See under biofuel.
noun a temperature-sensitive device stuck to the skin in order to monitor stress
the branch of biology dealing with energy or the activity of living organisms (opposed to biostatics). Contemporary Examples A Wine Revolution Sophie Menin May 22, 2011 noun (functioning as sing) the branch of biology that deals with the energy production and activities of organisms