[far-uh-dahyz] /ˈfær əˌdaɪz/
verb (used with object), faradized, faradizing. Medicine/Medical.
to stimulate or treat (muscles or nerves) with induced alternating electric current (distinguished from ).
(transitive) (obsolete) to treat (an organ or part) with faradic currents
- Far afield
Wide-ranging, at a distance, as in I started out identifying wild mushrooms, but since then I’ve gone far afield in other branches of botany. [ c. 1400 ]
- Far-and-near suture
far-and-near suture n. A suture used to approximate fascial edges, in which alternate near and far stiches are used.
[far-uh n-dohl; French fa-rahn-dawl] /ˈfær ənˌdoʊl; French fa rɑ̃ˈdɔl/ noun, plural farandoles [far-uh n-dohlz; French fa-rahn-dawl] /ˈfær ənˌdoʊlz; French fa rɑ̃ˈdɔl/ (Show IPA) 1. a lively dance, of Provençal origin, in which all the dancers join hands and execute various figures. 2. the music for this dance. /ˈfærənˌdəʊl; French farɑ̃dɔl/ noun 1. a lively dance […]
[fahr-uh-wey] /ˈfɑr əˈweɪ/ adjective 1. distant; remote: faraway lands. 2. dreamy, preoccupied: a faraway look. /ˈfɑːrəˌweɪ/ adjective (far away when postpositive) 1. very distant; remote 2. dreamy or absent-minded adj. also far-away, 1816, from far + away.