Definitions for biological
ˌbaɪ əˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəlbi·o·log·i·cal
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pertaining to biology or to life and living things
of parents and children; related by blood
Of or relating to biology.
Related by consanguinity, especially as to parents and children.
of or relating to biology
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Rank popularity for the word 'biological' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4524
Rank popularity for the word 'biological' in Adjectives Frequency: #610
The numerical value of biological in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of biological in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
That would be the nightmare scenario: a terrorist attack, here in the United States, here in New York, another major city, that involved either chemical, biological or other nuclear weapons.
I'm currently doing some research sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, where we're looking at using computer simulation and a variety of physical and biological models to just get an idea of what are likely possibilities.
USA Swimming’s eligibility policy is outstanding for biological women, first, it declares that the purpose of the evaluation is to ensure that transgender women do not have an unfair advantage over cisgender women in competitive sports. Second, it requires that transgender women must demonstrate they’ve mitigated their male-puberty advantage.
Today, the country is engaged in a biological battle, we will prevail in the fight against this virus, which might be the product of an American biological( attack), which first spread in China and then to the rest of the world.
Importantly, we will continue pushing for a stronger, multilateral evaluation of the origins of the virus in China. We need the PRC to participate in a full, transparent, evidence-based international study with the needed access to get to the bottom of a virus that's taken more than 3 million lives across the globe — and, critically, to share information and lessons that will help us all prevent future catastrophic biological threats.
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- biològicCatalan, Valencian
- leiblich, biologischGerman
- biológico, consanguíneoSpanish
- bitheolaíoch, bitheolaíochtaIrish
- consanguineo, consanguinea, biologico, biologicaItalian
- biologeschLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- крвен, роден, биолошкиMacedonian
- biologische, biologischDutch
- родной, кровный, биологическийRussian
- biyolojik, dirim bilimselTurkish
- sinh họcVietnamese
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