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Definition of examine (verb)
forms: examined; examined; examining

to look at something

Examples
A doctor examines patients.

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Definition of aerate (verb)
forms: aerated; aerated; aerating

to pass a gas through a liquid; to add oxygen to something

Examples
The lungs aerate the blood.

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Definition of sclera (noun)
form plural: scleras

white outer coat of the eye

Examples
The sclera becomes the cornea at the front of the eye.

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Definition of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (noun)
form: no plural

an abnormal reaction involving flashbacks and abnormal anxiety which can occur after exposure to extreme stress

Examples
PTSD is a psychiatric disorder.

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Definition of blurred (adjective)
forms: more blurred; most blurred; less blurred; least blurred

unclear

Examples
A cataract in the eye causes blurred vision.

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Definition of menarche (noun)
form: no plural

the start of the menstrual periods

Examples
Menarche usually takes place between 10 and 19 years of age.

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Definition of lip (noun)
form plural: lips

part of the body that surrounds mouth and used to smile

Examples
The lips are made of flesh and muscle.

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Definition of catabolic (adjective)
energy-releasing during the breakdown of complex mulecules into simple molecules

Examples
Catabolic processes release energy during the biochemical reaction which in turn can be used for anabolic processes.

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Definition of atrophy (verb)
forms: atrophied; atrophied; atrophying

to shrink; to degenerate; to reduce

Examples
Muscles atrophy if they are not used.

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Definition of bromide (noun)
form plural: bromides

a compound made of bromine joined to another element

Examples
Potassium bromide is an example of a bromide.

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