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fi·brous

 (fī′brəs)
adj.
1. Having, consisting of, or resembling fibers.
2. Full of sinews; tough.

fi′brous·ly adv.
fi′brous·ness n.
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fibrous

(ˈfaɪbrəs)
adj
consisting of, containing, or resembling fibres: fibrous tissue.
ˈfibrously adv
ˈfibrousness n
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fi•brous

(ˈfaɪ brəs)

adj.
containing, consisting of, or resembling fibers.
[1620–30]
fi′brous•ly, adv.
fi′brous•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fibrous - having or resembling fibers especially fibers used in making cordage such as those of jute
tough - resistant to cutting or chewing
2.fibrous - (of meat) full of sinews; especially impossible to chew
tough - resistant to cutting or chewing
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Translations
ليفي، ذو ألياف
vláknitý
fiber-fiberagtig
rostos
trefja-, trefjóttur
lifli

fibrous

[ˈfaɪbrəs] ADJfibroso
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fibrous

[ˈfaɪbrəs] adj [object, substance] → fibreux/euse
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fibrous

adjfaserig
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fibrous

[ˈfaɪbrəs] adjfibroso/a
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fibre

(American) fiber (ˈfaibə) noun
1. a fine thread or something like a thread. a nerve fibre.
2. a material made up of fibres. coconut fibre.
3. character. A girl of strong moral fibre.
ˈfibrous adjective
ˈfibreglass noun, adjective
1. (of) very fine threadlike pieces of glass, used for insulation, in materials etc. fibreglass curtains.
2. (of) a plastic material reinforced with such glass, used for many purposes eg building boats.
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fi·brous

a. fibroso-a.
1. rel. a la fibrina;
2. estructura en forma de hilo;
___ ankylosisanquilosis ___;
___ cortical defectdefecto cortical ___;
___ degenerationdegeneración ___;
___ goiterbocio ___;
___ jointarticulación ___;
___ tissuetejido ___;
___ tuberculetubérculo ___.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Otra consecuencia, es la modificacion de la relacion con la arteria recurrente ulnar anterior, la cual pasa por debajo de la vaina fibrosa y por lo tanto del NU, ubicada sobre la AIMP.
From the atrial to ventricular aspect, the order is atrialis located on the inflow side, spongiosa, fibrosa and ventricularis (Figure 3) (15, 36).
Los hallazgos clinicos frecuentes encontrados en los burros del estudio fueron aristas dentarias o puntas de muela, sarro, caries, boca en sonrisa en los casos de tejidos duros, mientras que en el caso de afecciones de tejidos blandos se encontraron lesiones linguales como rupturas y lesiones compresivas, de igual forma se encontraron palatitis o hiperplasia fibrosa del paladar (TABLA II).
La coalicion tarsiana reduce la movilidad del retropie, siendo el patron mas frecuente la union talocalcanea fibrosa.
The brown tumor also known as osteitis fibrosa cystica or Von Recklinghausen's disease of bone is a reactive nonneoplastic giant cell lesion associated with hyperparathyroidism.
The liver left lobe was mobilized by dissecting the left triangular ligament (appendix fibrosa hepatis) to release the cardioesophageal junction and stomach fundus.
In addition to osteomalacia, this patient likely had osteitis fibrosa cystica or brown tumor changes on the basis of high PTH concentrations, which may have existed for a long time and are frequently associated with bone pain.
(3) Osteitis fibrosa is a constellation of osteolytic lesions, cortical thinning, and coarsened trabeculation.