Definición de quiescent en inglés:

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quiescent

Pronunciación: /kwēˈesnt/
/kwīˈesnt/

adjetivo

In a state or period of inactivity or dormancy: strikes were headed by groups of workers who had previously been quiescent quiescent ulcerative colitis
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Her prior medical history was otherwise only remarkable for a quiescent ulcerative colitis.
  • The tumor is usually benign and remains histologically quiescent for a long period of time.
  • During fasting, or between meals, the gastrointestinal tract is not completely quiescent.
Sinónimos
inactive, inert, idle, dormant, at rest, inoperative, deactivated, quiet;
still, motionless, immobile, passive

Derivados

quiescence

Pronunciación: /kwīˈesns/ /kwēˈesns/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Asthma in childhood often has a much different clinical pattern than in adults, with long periods of quiescence punctuated by virally induced exacerbations that often diminish in frequency with time.
  • Cells may exit the cell cycle at G 1 and enter a nonproliferative phase called G 0 or quiescence.
  • The next four decades saw periods of resurgence and quiescence in Soviet anti-Semitism.

quiescently

adverbio

Origen

Mid 17th century: from Latin quiescent- 'being still', from the verb quiescere, from quies 'quiet'.

Palabras que riman con quiescent

acquiescent, adolescent, albescent, Besant, coalescent, confessant, convalescent, crescent, depressant, effervescent, erubescent, evanescent, excrescent, flavescent, fluorescent, immunosuppressant, incandescent, incessant, iridescent, juvenescent, lactescent, liquescent, luminescent, nigrescent, obsolescent, opalescent, pearlescent, phosphorescent, pubescent, putrescent, suppressant, turgescent, virescent, viridescent

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División en sílabas: qui·es·cent

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