|having two functions||double-duty|
|having two functions||dual-purpose|
|(Grammar) verb used in combination with one or more other words to create an idiomatic expression (ex: take on, take off), forming a phrase, dialectical; containing phrases, containing a group of words that functions as a single unit (Grammar)||phrasal|
|a trademark for a brand of firearm, Computerized O.T.C. traders-assistance system that provides for trade entry and position monitoring, among other functions.||Colt|
|account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity||AMA (asset management account)|
|account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity||asset management account|
|ancient Roman assembly, legislative body, parliament, legislature, council of citizens with lawmaking and deliberative functions (esp. the U.S. Senate); house of parliament, building or hall in which a legislative body meets (esp. the chamber of the U....||senate|
|any of a number of hormone-like substances that are derived from amino acids and help to regulate various bodily functions in mammalian creatures (i.e. metabolism, blood pressure, smooth muscle activity), substance that resembles hormone||prostaglandin|
|application of biological information to machines, study of the functions of living organisms and the use of this information in the design and creation of mechanical systems, use of electronically operated replacement organs||bionics|
|attached loosely, changeable, free-moving, fulfilling many functions, multi-purpose; skilled to do many things; changeable; moving freely in different directions (Biology), moving easily between tasks, with many uses||versatile|
|bodily fluid enzyme, enzyme which functions as an antiseptic (Chemistry)||lysozyme|
|book collecting separate works, bus, large passenger vehicle; reprinted works of an author, works of the same theme reprinted together in a single edition; compilation, having different functions at the same time; compiled of various items, omnibus edi...||omnibus|
|brain area that responds to stimuli, part of the brain that receives and processes sensory information, sensory functions||sensorium|
|branch of physiology that studies electrical activity connected to the body and its functions, study of electrical activity in bodies||electrophysiology|
|branch of physiology that studies the the nervous system, study of functions of nervous system||neurophysiology|
|branch of physiology which studies the functions of tissues, physiology of tissues||histophysiology|
|central chip in microcomputer, integrated circuit that performs the central processing and internal functions of a computer (Computers), processor||microprocessor|
|changing proportionally, long and narrow, of the first degree, relating to a straight line, relating to lines, straight; one dimensional; pertaining to length; involving or resembling lines; narrow and elongated; involving linear functions or equations...||linear|
|chemical substance that functions as an artificial estrogen, form of synthetic estrogen, stilbestrol||diethylstilbestrol|
|contagious computer program, microorganism which functions as an infectious agent; computer program which is intended to be spread surreptitiously between computers and usually causes damage (Computers), see also:computer virus, see also:Trojan horse, ...||virus|
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