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Having a specified kind or number of parts: isomerous.
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adj combining form
(Biology) (in biology) having a certain number or kind of parts: dimerous.
[from Greek meros part, division]
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a combining form meaning “having parts” of the kind or number specified by the initial element: dimerous.
[< Greek -merēs, adj. derivative of méros part, share; see -ous]
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