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Pronunciación: /ɒs/

sustantivo (plural ossa /ˈɒsə/)

Anatomy
A bone (used chiefly in Latin names of individual bones, e.g. os trapezium).
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  • In this group, the cortex of the os sacrum was destroyed and had a spongelike rather than compact appearance.
  • Besides this unambiguous distinguishing character, a second, derived character, exists which is particular to the Carnivora: in the wrist the joint bones, scaphoid, lunate, and os centrale, are fused.

Origen

Latin.

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Pronunciación: /ɒs/

sustantivo (plural ora /ˈɔːrə/)

Anatomy
An opening or entrance to a passage, especially one at either end of the cervix of the womb.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The distance between the internal and external os was measured both as a straight line and also as a curved line along the endocervical canal.
  • The internal os closes by 3 days, the external os by 3 weeks.

Origen

Mid 18th century: from Latin, 'mouth'.

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símbolo

The chemical element osmium.

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OS 4

Pronunciación: /əʊˈɛs/

abreviatura

1(In calculating dates) Old Style.
2 Computing Open-source.
3 Computing Operating system.
4Ordinary Seaman.
5(In the UK) Ordnance Survey.
6(As a size of clothing) outsize.
7Out of stock.

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