By A&C Black
This entire dictionary covers quite a lot of themes on the topic of accountancy, together with own finance, investments, and corporate accounts.
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2. a value calculated by adding average together several quantities and then dividing the total by the number of quantities í adjective 1. usual ć Their son is of above average weight. 2. calculated by adding together several quantities and then dividing the total by the number of quantities ć The average age of the group is 25. aversion therapy /ə v ʃ(ə)n θerəpi/ noun a treatment by which someone is cured of a type of behaviour by making him or her develop a great dislike for it avitaminosis /e vtəm nəυss/ noun a disorder caused by a lack of vitamins AVM abbr arteriovenous malformation AV node / e vi nəυd/ noun same as atriovaversion therapy avitaminosis AVM AV node entricular node AVPU noun a method of rating if a person is AVPU conscious: A = alert; V = verbal, responding to verbal commands; P = pain, responding to pain; U = unconscious avulse /ə v ls/ verb to tear tissue or a body part away by force avulsion /ə v lʃən/ noun an act of pulling away tissue or a body part by force avulsion fracture /ə v lʃ(ə)n fr ktʃə/ noun a fracture in which a tendon pulls away part of the bone to which it is attached awake /ə wek/ adjective not asleep ć He was still awake at 2 o’clock in the morning.
2. the process of asking officially for something, usually in writing ć If you are applying for the job, you must fill in an application form. applicator / plketə/ noun an instrument for applying a substance appointment /ə pɔntmənt/ noun an arrangement to see someone at a particular time ć I have an appointment with the doctor or to see the doctor on Tuesday. apposition / pə zʃ(ə)n/ noun 1. the relative positioning of two things 2. cell growth in which layers of new material are deposited on existing ones appraisal /ə prez(ə)l/ noun a judgment or opinion on something or somebody, especially one which decides how effective or useful they are apprehension / pr henʃən/ noun a feeling of anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen approach /ə prəυtʃ/ noun 1.
Cardiac arrest arrhythmia /ə rðmiə/ noun a variation in the rhythm of the heartbeat arrector pili arrest arrhythmia ‘Cardiovascular effects may include atrial arrhythmias but at 30°C there is the possibility of spontaneous ventricular fibrillation’ [British Journal of Nursing] arrhythmic /ə rðmk/ adjective (of a heartbeat or breathing) rhythmically irregular. ) ART abbr assisted reproductive technology artefact / ɑ tf kt/ noun something which is made or introduced artificially arter- /ɑ tə/ prefix same as arterio- (used beART artefact arter- fore vowels) arterial /ɑ təriəl/ adjective relating to arteries ˽ arterial supply to the brain the supply of blood to the brain by the internal carotid arteries and the vertebral arteries arterial bleeding /ɑ təriəl bli dŋ/ noun bleeding from an artery arterial block /ɑ təriəl blɒk/ noun the blocking of an artery by a blood clot arterial blood /ɑ təriəl bl d/ noun same as arterial arterial bleeding arterial block arterial blood oxygenated blood arterial haemorrhage /ɑ təriəl hem(ə)rd / noun a haemorrhage of bright red blood from an artery arteriectomy /ɑ təri ektəmi/ noun the surgical removal of an artery or part of an artery arterio- /ɑ təriəυ/ prefix referring to arteries arteriogram /ɑ təriəυ r m/ noun an Xray photograph of an artery, taken after injection with an opaque dye arteriography /ɑ təri ɒ rəfi/ noun the work of taking X-ray photographs of arteries after injection with an opaque dye arteriole /ɑ təriəυl/ noun a very small artery arteriopathy /ɑ təri ɒpəθi/ noun a disease of an artery arterioplasty /ɑ təriəυpl sti/ noun plastic surgery to make good a damaged or blocked artery arteriorrhaphy /ɑ təri ɔ rəfi/ noun the act of stitching an artery arteriosclerosis /ɑ təriəυsklə rəυss/ noun the arterial disease atherosclerosis arterial haemorrhage arteriectomy arterio- arteriogram arteriography arteriole arteriopathy arterioplasty arteriorrhaphy arteriosclerosis (dated ) articular cartilage arteriosus /ɑ təri əυsəs/ noun ductus ararteriosus teriosus arteriotomy /ɑ təri ɒtəmi/ noun a puncture made in the wall of an artery arteriovenous /ɑ təriəυ vi nəs/ adjective referring to both an artery and a vein arteritis / ɑ tə rats/ noun inflammation of the walls of an artery artery / ɑ təri/ noun a blood vessel taking blood from the heart to the tissues of the body arteriotomy arteriovenous arteritis artery COMMENT: In most arteries the blood has been oxygenated in the lungs and is bright red in colour.