rostral

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ros·tral

 (rŏs′trəl, rô′strəl)
adj.
1. Anatomy At, near, or toward the head, especially the front of the head: the rostral prefrontal cortex.
2. Of or relating to a rostrum.

ros′tral·ly adv.
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rostral

(ˈrɒstrəl)
adj
1. (Biology) biology of or like a beak or snout
2. adorned with the prows of ships: a rostral column.
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ros·tral

a. rostral, rel. o semejante a un rostro.
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