[klebz-lef-ler; German kleyps-lœf-luh r] /ˈklɛbzˈlɛf lər; German ˈkleɪpsˈlœf lər/
a bacterium, Corynebacterium diphtheriae, which causes diphtheria.
/ˈklɛbzˈlʌflə; German ˈkleːpsˈlœflər/
a rodlike Gram-positive bacterium, Corynebacterium diphtheriae, that causes diphtheria: family Corynebacteriaceae.
Klebs-Löffler bacillus Klebs-Löff·ler bacillus (klěbz’lěf’lər, klāps’lɶf’lər)
A gram-positive, nonmotile, rod-shaped bacterium Corynebacterium diphtheriae that causes diphtheria in humans and produces an exotoxin that causes tissue degeneration.
[kley] /kleɪ/ noun 1. Paul [poul;; English pawl] /paʊl;; English pɔl/ (Show IPA), 1879–1940, Swiss painter and etcher. /German kleː/ noun 1. Paul (paul). 1879–1940, Swiss painter and etcher. A founder member of der Blaue Reiter, he subsequently evolved an intensely personal style of unusual fantasy and wit
- Kleene closure
- Kleene star
text (Or “Kleene closure”, named after Stephen Kleene) The postfix “*” operator used in regular expressions, Extended Backus-Naur Form, and similar formalisms to specify a match for zero or more occurrences of the preceding expression. For example, the regular expression “be*t” would match the string “bt”, “bet”, “beet”, “beeeeet”, and so on. (2000-07-26)
[klee-neks] /ˈkli nɛks/ Trademark. 1. a brand name for a soft, disposable paper tissue, used especially as a handkerchief. /ˈkliːnɛks/ noun (pl) -ex, -exes 1. trademark a kind of soft paper tissue, used esp as a handkerchief n. 1925, proprietary name, registered by Cellucotton Products Company, Neenah, Wisconsin, U.S.; later Kimberly-Clark Corp. An arbitrary alteration […]