verb (used without object), exsolved, exsolving.
Mineralogy. (of two minerals in solid solution) to separate from one another at a critical point in temperature.
[eks-stip-yoo-lit, -leyt] /ɛksˈstɪp yʊ lɪt, -ˌleɪt/ adjective, Botany. 1. having no . /ɛkˈstɪpjʊlɪt; -ˌleɪt/ adjective 1. (of a flowering plant) having no stipules
adverb, adjective, Commerce. 1. with shipping costs from the store or warehouse to be paid by the buyer or consignee.
[ek-struh-fee] /ˈɛk strə fi/ noun, plural exstrophies. 1. Pathology. a birth defect resulting in the eversion of an organ: exstrophy of the bladder. /ˈɛkstrəfɪ/ noun 1. (med) congenital eversion of a hollow organ, esp the urinary bladder exstrophy ex·stro·phy (ěk’strə-fē) n. A congenital turning out or eversion of a hollow organ.
- Exstrophy of bladder
exstrophy of bladder n. A congenital gap in the anterior wall of the bladder and the abdominal wall in front of it, with exposure of the posterior wall of the bladder.
- Exstrophy of cloaca
exstrophy of cloaca n. A developmental anomaly in which an area of intestinal mucosa is interposed between two separate areas of the urinary bladder.