[flawr-ee, flohr-ee] /ˈflɔr i, ˈfloʊr i/
Sir Howard Walter, 1898–1968, Australian pathologist in England: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1945.
Howard Walter, Baron Florey. 1898–1968, Australian pathologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1945) with E. B. Chain and Alexander Fleming for their work on penicillin
Florey Flo·rey (flôr’ē), Howard Walter. 1898-1968.
Australian-born British pathologist. He shared a 1945 Nobel Prize for isolating and purifying penicillin.
Australian-born British pathologist who developed and purified penicillin with Ernst Chain in 1939. For this work, Florey and Chain shared a 1945 Nobel Prize with Alexander Fleming, who first discovered the antibiotic in 1928. Florey also supervised the clinical testing and mass production of the drug in the United States.
1. a combining form meaning “flower,” used in the formation of compound words: floriferous.
[flawr-ee-uh-nop-uh-lis, flohr-; Portuguese flaw-ryuh-naw-poo-lees] /ˌflɔr i əˈnɒp ə lɪs, ˌfloʊr-; Portuguese ˌflɔ ryəˈnɔ pʊˌlis/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of Santa Catarina state, on an island off the S coast of Brazil. [san-tuh kat-uh-ree-nuh; Portuguese sahn-tuh kah-tuh-ree-nuh] /ˈsæn tə ˌkæt əˈri nə; Portuguese ˈsɑ̃ tə ˌkɑ təˈri nə/ noun 1. a state […]
[flawr-ee-ey-tid, flohr-] /ˈflɔr iˌeɪ tɪd, ˈfloʊr-/ adjective 1. made of or decorated with floral ornamentation: floriated design; floriated china. /ˈflɔːrɪˌeɪtɪd/ adjective 1. (architect) having ornamentation based on flowers and leaves
[flawr-uh-buhn-duh, flohr-] /ˌflɔr əˈbʌn də, ˌfloʊr-/ noun 1. any of a class of roses characterized by a long blooming period and the production of large flowers often in thick clusters. /ˌflɔːrɪˈbʌndə/ noun 1. any of several varieties of cultivated hybrid roses whose flowers grow in large sprays