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re·triev·al

 (rĭ-trē′vəl)
n.
1. The act or process of retrieving.
2. Computers The process of accessing information from memory or other storage devices.
3. The possibility of being retrieved or restored: lost possessions beyond retrieval.
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retrieval

(rɪˈtriːvəl)
n
1. the act or process of retrieving
2. the possibility of recovery, restoration, or rectification (esp in the phrase beyond retrieval)
3. (Computer Science) a computer filing operation that recalls records or other data from a file
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re•triev•al

(rɪˈtri vəl)

n.
1. the act of retrieving.
2. the chance of recovery or restoration: lost beyond retrieval.
[1635–45]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.retrieval - (computer science) the operation of accessing information from the computer's memoryretrieval - (computer science) the operation of accessing information from the computer's memory
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
computer operation, machine operation - an elementary operation that a computer is designed and built to perform
stovepiping - retrieval of information from unconnected databases; the situation that exists when it is necessary to climb out of one database in order to climb down into another; sometimes used for protection against wandering hackers
2.retrieval - the cognitive operation of accessing information in memory; "my retrieval of people's names is very poor"
remembering, memory - the cognitive processes whereby past experience is remembered; "he can do it from memory"; "he enjoyed remembering his father"
3.retrieval - the act of regaining or saving something lost (or in danger of becoming lost)
human action, human activity, act, deed - something that people do or cause to happen
repossession - the action of regaining possession (especially the seizure of collateral securing a loan that is in default)
reclamation - the recovery of useful substances from waste products
deliverance, rescue, saving, delivery - recovery or preservation from loss or danger; "work is the deliverance of mankind"; "a surgeon's job is the saving of lives"
ransom - the act of freeing from captivity or punishment
retaking, recapture - the act of taking something back
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retrieval

noun
The act of getting back or regaining:
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Translations
إسْتِرْداد، إسْتِعادَه
získávání
generhvervelse
visszanyerés
endurheimt
bulup geri getirmetekrar ele geçir me

retrieval

[rɪˈtriːvəl] N
1. (Comput) → recuperación f
data retrievalrecuperación f de datos
2. (= recovery) → recuperación f
beyond retrievalirrecuperable
3. (Hunting) → cobra f
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retrieval

[rɪˈtriːvəl] n
(COMPUTING) [information, data, file] → extraction f
(= recovery) [object, money] → récupération f
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retrieval

n
(= recovering)Zurück-/Hervor-/Heraus-/Herunterholen nt; (= rescuing)Rettung f; (from wreckage etc) → Bergung f; (of material from waste)Rückgewinnung f; (Comput: of information) → Abfragen nt, → Abrufen nt; (after a crash) → Wiederherstellen nt; (of honour, position, money, investment)Wiedererlangen nt; (of loss)Wiedergutmachen nt
(= setting to rights, of error) → Wiedergutmachung f; (of situation)Rettung f; beyond retrievalhoffnungslos
(by dog) → Apportieren nt
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retrieval

[rɪˈtriːvl] n (Comput) → richiamo; (see vb) → ricupero, riconquista, rimedio, richiamo
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retrieve

(rəˈtriːv) verb
1. to get back (something which was lost etc). My hat blew away, but I managed to retrieve it; Our team retrieved its lead in the second half.
2. (of usually trained dogs) to search for and bring back (birds or animals that have been shot by a hunter).
reˈtrieval noun
reˈtriever noun
a breed of dog trained to find and bring back birds and animals that have been shot.
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re·triev·al

n. recuperación de algo.
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It will also include two highly specialised surgery rooms for invitro fertilisation (IVF) procedures such as oocyte retrieval and embryo transfers as well as a specialised embryology lab (to provide freezing services, genetic services etc) and a research lab that supports fertility related studies will also part of the new structure.
There was a negative association between anxiety and age, time since oocyte retrieval, and number of living children.
(Sugimura et al, 2018) reported that the administration of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) prior to oocyte retrieval improves oocyte developmental competence.
This method combines ovarian stimulation (OS), oocyte retrieval and in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Fertilized oocytes were cultured in the incubator and their cleavage and quality was recorded on day 3 after oocyte retrieval. Blastomere number, size, and the percentage of fragmentation were assessed for embryo morphology (A, B, C).
It will also include two specialised surgery rooms for invitro fertilisation (IVF) procedures such as oocyte retrieval and embryo transfers as well as a specialised embryology lab (to provide freezing services, genetic services, etc) and a research lab that supports fertility related studies will also be part of the new structure.
Oocyte retrieval was performed 36 hours after injection of hCG under the guide of ultrasonography through the vagina under general anesthesia.
The primary outcome was gestational age at birth, calculated as the number of days from oocyte retrieval to birth, plus 14, among white, black, Asian, and Hispanic women receiving IVF.
[28.] Ozgunen KT Erdogan S, Mazmanoglu N, Pamuk I, Logoglu G, Ozgunen T Effect of gonadotrophin dose on oocyte retrieval in superovulated balb/c mice.
Inclusion criteria involved patients who were candidates for IVF, but after oocyte retrieval their embryos were frozen due to complications such as ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, uterine bleeding, inappropriate thickness of endometrium, polyp, any space occupying mass in uterus and cervical stenosis.
When at least three follicles had reached 17 mm in diameter assessed by TV-USG, 250 ug human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) was administrated, and oocyte retrieval was performed 36 h after the administration of hCG.