noun, plural sputa
[spyoo-tuh] /ˈspyu tə/ (Show IPA)
matter, as saliva mixed with mucus or pus, expectorated from the lungs and respiratory passages.
noun (pl) -ta (-tə)
a mass of salivary matter ejected from the mouth
saliva ejected from the mouth mixed with mucus or pus exuded from the respiratory passages, as in bronchitis or bronchiectasis
sputum spu·tum (spyōō’təm)
n. pl. spu·ta (-tə)
Matter coughed up and usually expelled from the mouth, especially mucus or mucopurulent matter expectorated in diseases of the air passages.
[spahyt-n dahy-vuh l] /ˈspaɪt n ˈdaɪ vəl/ noun 1. a channel in New York City at the north end of Manhattan Island, connecting the Hudson and Harlem rivers.
SPVS Society of Practicing Veterinary Surgeons
1. Sequenced Packet Exchange. 2. A graphics program for the Atari microcomputer. (ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/computing/systems/atari/umich/Graphics/spx_v18.lzh). 3. Simplex. (1997-03-04) filename extension The filename extension for Screen Peace eXtension files. (1995-03-14) SPX sequenced packet exchange
noun See adbot