[foz-buh-ree] /ˈfɒz bə ri/
Richard D (“Dick”) born 1947, U.S. athlete: developed “Fosbury flop” high jump style.
- Fosbury flop
/ˈfɒzbərɪ; -brɪ/ noun 1. (athletics) a modern high-jumping technique whereby the jumper clears the bar headfirst and backwards high-jumping technique, 1968, in reference to U.S. athlete Dick Fosbury (b.1947), who used it to win the 1968 Olympic gold medal.
foscarnet fos·car·net (fŏs-kär’nĭt) n. A pyrophosphate analogue used to treat herpes simplex infections.
/Italian ˈfɔskolo/ noun 1. Ugo (ˈuːɡo), real name Niccolò Foscolo. 1778–1827, Italian poet and writer; his patriotic verse includes Dei sepolcri (1807)
[foz-dik] /ˈfɒz dɪk/ noun 1. Harry Emerson, 1878–1969, U.S. preacher and author.