Definición de adhesive en inglés:

adhesive

Saltos de línea: ad|he¦sive
Pronunciación: /ədˈhiːsɪv
 
, -zɪv/

adjetivo

sustantivo

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Derivativos

adhesively

adverbio
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  • Rather than heat-welding balance weights to the shaft, UV FlexBond allows the weights to be adhesively attached and cured by a combination of chemical means and ultra-violet light.
  • Moldings retaining glass panels in openings defined in the door or similar structure are attached to the skins by adhesively fastening the moldings to the skins.
  • Gamma structure composite nonwoven fabric comprising at least two nonwoven webs adhesively bonded by a lightweight adhesive web

adhesiveness

sustantivo
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  • Nitric oxide also inhibits proliferation of smooth muscles, reduces leukocyte adhesiveness, and regulates endothelial permeability, to lipoproteins and other constituents of plasma.
  • This has been suggested to affect cancer cell adhesiveness, which may subsequently have consequences on metastasis.
  • Dextrans can decrease platelet adhesiveness, serum fibrinogen, and other factor levels to cause bleeding.

Origen

late 17th century (in the sense 'tending to adhere or cling to'): from French adhésif, -ive, from the verb adhérer, from Latin adhaerere 'stick to' (see adhere).

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