[kon-truh-yur-vuh] /ˌkɒn trəˈyɜr və/
the root of certain tropical American plants of the genus Dorstenia, of the mulberry family, especially D. contrajerva, used as a stimulant, diaphoretic, etc.
the root of any of several tropical American moraceous plants of the genus Dorstenia, esp D. contrayerva, used as a stimulant and tonic
[kon-truh-koo; French kawntruh-koo] /ˈkɒn trəˌku; French kɔ̃trəˈku/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. an injury of one point of an organ or part resulting from a blow on the opposite point. contrecoup con·tre·coup (kŏn’trə-kōō’) n. Injury to a part opposite the site of the primary injury, as an injury to the skull opposite the site of a blow.
- Contrecoup injury of brain
contrecoup injury of brain n. Injury to the brain occurring beneath the skull opposite to the area of impact.
[kon-truh-zhoo r; French kawntruh-zhoor] /ˌkɒn trəˈʒʊər; French kɔ̃trəˈʒur/ adjective 1. (of a photograph) taken with the camera pointed more or less in the direction of the principal light source or with the strongest light behind the subject. /ˈkɒntrəˌʒʊə/ noun 1. (photog)
[kon-truh-dans, -dahns; French kawn-truh-dahns] /ˈkɒn trəˌdæns, -ˌdɑns; French kɔ̃ trəˈdɑ̃s/ noun, plural contredanses [kon-truh-dan-siz, -dahn-; French kawn-truh dahns] /ˈkɒn trəˌdæn sɪz, -ˌdɑn-; French kɔ̃ˈtrədɑ̃s/ (Show IPA) 1. a variation of the quadrille in which the dancers face each other. 2. a piece of music suitable for such a dance. /ˈkɒntrəˌdɑːns/ noun 1. a courtly Continental […]