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  1. conjugate

    • v.
      give the different forms of (a verb in an inflected language such as Latin) as they vary according to voice, mood, tense, number, and person;(of bacteria or unicellular organisms) become temporarily united in order to exchange genetic material
    • adj.
      coupled, connected, or related.;(of an acid or base) related to the corresponding base or acid by loss or gain of a proton.
    • n.
      a substance formed by the reversible combination of two or more others.;a mathematical value or entity having a reciprocal relation with another.
    • verb: conjugate, 3rd person present: conjugates, gerund or present participle: conjugating, past tense: conjugated, past participle: conjugated

    • noun: conjugate, plural noun: conjugates

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. give the different forms of (a verb in an inflected language such as Latin) as they vary according to voice, mood, tense, number, and person conjugating verbs forms part of language study
    • 2. (of bacteria or unicellular organisms) become temporarily united in order to exchange genetic material E. coli only conjugate when one of the cells possesses fertility genes
    • (of gametes) become fused.
    • 3. be combined with or joined to reversibly bilirubin is then conjugated by liver enzymes and excreted in the bile

    形容詞

    • 1. technical coupled, connected, or related.
    • technical (of an acid or base) related to the corresponding base or acid by loss or gain of a proton.
    • technical joined in a reciprocal relation, especially having the same real parts and equal magnitudes but opposite signs of imaginary parts.
    • technical (of angles) adding up to 360°; (of arcs) combining to form a complete circle.
    • technical (of gametes) fused.

    名詞

    • 1. a substance formed by the reversible combination of two or more others.
    • 2. a mathematical value or entity having a reciprocal relation with another.