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an·aer·o·bic

 (ăn′ə-rō′bĭk, -âr-ō′-)
adj.
1. Living or occurring in the absence of free oxygen: anaerobic bacteria.
2. Of or relating to anaerobes.

an′aer·o′bi·cal·ly adv.

anaerobic

(ˌænɛəˈrəʊbɪk)
adj
1. (Biology) (of an organism or process) requiring the absence of or not dependent on the presence of oxygen
2. (Biology) of or relating to anaerobes
ˌanaerˈobically adv

an•aer•o•bic

(ˌæn əˈroʊ bɪk, ˌæn ɛə-)

adj.
1. (of an organism or tissue) living in the absence of air or free oxygen.
2. pertaining to or caused by the absence of oxygen.
[1880–85]
an`aer•o′bi•cal•ly, adv.

an·aer·o·bic

(ăn′ə-rō′bĭk)
Occurring or living in the absence of oxygen: anaerobic bacteria. Compare aerobic.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.anaerobic - living or active in the absence of free oxygen; "anaerobic bacteria"
aerobic, aerophilic, aerophilous - depending on free oxygen or air; "aerobic fermentation"
2.anaerobic - not aerobicanaerobic - not aerobic; "isometric exercises are anaerobic"
aerobic - based on or using the principles of aerobics; enhancing respiratory and circulatory efficiency; "aerobic dance"; "running is very aerobic"
Translations

anaerobic

[ˌænɛəˈrəʊbɪk] ADJanaerobio

anaerobic

[ˌænɛəˈrəʊbɪk] adj
[animal, process] → anaérobie
[exercise] → d'anaérobie

anaerobic

adj (Biol, Chem) → anaerob; anaerobic reactionanaerobe Reaktion

an·aer·o·bic

, anaerobiotic
a. anaeróbico, rel. a los anaerobios o de la naturaleza de éstos.

anaerobic

adj (esp. metabolism) anaeróbico, (organism) anaerobio
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