Definition of annulus in English:

annulus

Syllabification: an·nu·lus
Pronunciation: /ˈanyələs
 
/

noun (plural annuli /-ˌlī/)

technical
A ring-shaped object, structure, or region.
More example sentences
  • Channel incorporation was typically achieved within a few minutes after ‘brushing’ the membrane fraction across the annulus with fresh lipids to form a new bilayer.
  • The tympanic annulus must be completely visible.
  • The fibrillar collagens also change across the disc, with the nucleus containing only type II collagen while both types I and type II are found in the annulus.

Origin

mid 16th century: from Latin anulus, annulus.

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