|vitamin B complex||B complex|
|(Biology) metabolic breakdown of complex materials into simpler materials which results in the release of energy (also catabolism)||katabolism|
|(Biology) metabolic breakdown of complex materials into simpler materials which results in the release of energy (also katabolism), metabolism||catabolism|
|(Medicine) disease resulting from a vitamin C deficiency (characterized by bleeding gums, weakness, and anemia), despicable, disease caused by vitamin deficiency, mean, rascally||scurvy|
|(Medicine) rickets, childhood disease characterized by softening of the bones (caused by a deficiency of vitamin D, and poor metabolism of calcium and phosphorus)||rachitis|
|(Music) early type of modern jazz music that began in the 1940s (characterized by emphasized improvisation, quick melodies, and a wide range of chords), fast complex jazz||bebop|
|a group of genes in mammals located next or near to one another that serve to make cells separate and distinguishable from those of other organisms., major histocompatibility complex||MHC|
|a plain on the Moon with a complex central peak located on the eastern edge of the Mare Fecunditatis, 132 km/82 mi in diameter||Langrenus|
|a walled complex of buildings (1421 - 1911) in Beijing, China, that includes the former Imperial Palace. It was closed to ordinary citizens until 1912 and is now a museum.||Forbidden City|
|a walled enclosure on the Moon with a prominent crack (, rill^ ) across the floor and a complex central peak, located south of Mare Fecundatis, 177 km/110 mi in diameter||Petavius|
|acid in the vitamin B family (formerly vitamin H), vitamin B component||biotin|
|act of making less complex; act of making plainer; act of making easier||simplification|
|act of making thick in consistency; process of becoming thick; process of growing more intricate, process of becoming increasingly complex||thickening|
|active enzyme consisting of an apo-enzyme and a co-enzyme, enzyme complex||holoenzyme|
|active form of Vitamin D, synthetic form of Vitamin D||calcitriol|
|adding up to 360 degrees, conjugate complex number, differing by one proton, existing together in state of equilibrium, give the various inflectional forms of a verb (Grammar); unite, join together (as in marriage), have different grammatical forms, jo...||conjugate|
|adhesive, adhesive; covered with something adhesive; warm and humid; difficult, complex (Informal); unpleasant, painful (Informal), attracting viewers, covered in gluey stuff, humid and hot, sentimental||sticky|
|advanced, knowledgeable and cultured, seasoned, worldly-wise; refined, cultured; complex, intricate, complicated, suitable for sophisticated people||sophisticated|
|after modernism, belonging to the postmodern movement in art and architecture (supports use of complex and decorative styles, with emphasis on local historical styles - opposed to the principles of modernism)||postmodern|
|AIDS-related complex, American Red Cross; American organization concerned with the alleviation of human suffering and the promotion of public health||ARC|
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