[met-em-pir-iks] /ˌmɛt ɛmˈpɪr ɪks/
noun, (used with a singular verb)
the philosophy dealing with the existence of things outside, or beyond, experience.
(functioning as sing) the branch of philosophy that deals with things existing beyond the realm of experience
[muh-tem-suh-koh-sis, -temp-, met-uh m-sahy-] /məˌtɛm səˈkoʊ sɪs, -ˌtɛmp-, ˌmɛt əm saɪ-/ noun, plural metempsychoses [muh-tem-suh-koh-seez, -temp-, met-uh m-sahy-] /məˌtɛm səˈkoʊ siz, -ˌtɛmp-, ˌmɛt əm saɪ-/ (Show IPA) 1. the transmigration of the soul, especially the passage of the soul after death from a human or animal to some other human or animal body. /ˌmɛtəmsaɪˈkəʊsɪs/ noun […]
[met-en-sef-uh-lon] /ˌmɛt ɛnˈsɛf əˌlɒn/ noun, plural metencephalons, metencephala [met-en-sef-uh-luh] /ˌmɛt ɛnˈsɛf ə lə/ (Show IPA). Anatomy. 1. the anterior section of the hindbrain, comprising the cerebellum and pons. /ˌmɛtɛnˈsɛfəˌlɒn/ noun (pl) -lons, -la (-lə) 1. the part of the embryonic hindbrain that develops into the cerebellum and pons Varolii metencephalon met·en·ceph·a·lon (mět’ěn-sěf’ə-lŏn’) n. The anterior […]
A Fortran-like language designed at Metropolitan Life in the early 1960s. It had support for variable-length bit fields. Most MetLife DP in the 1960s and 1970s was in Met-English. It was originally developed for Honeywell machines, but many programs still run under IBM MVS via a Honeywell emulator. (1995-02-15)
[met] /mɛt/ noun, (sometimes lowercase) 1. See under . metenkephalin met·en·keph·a·lin (mět’ěn-kěf’ə-lĭn) n. An enkephalin that has a terminal methionine residue and occurs naturally as one of two such pentapeptides that are formed in the brain.