Re·sponse' noun [ Old French response , respons , French réponse , from Latin responsum , from respondere . See Respond .] 1. The act of responding. 2. An answer or reply. Specifically: ...
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An action or movement due to the application of a stimulus. ... Origin: L. Respondere = to answer, reply ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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noun a result; `this situation developed in response to events in Africa`
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(re-spons´) any action or change of condition evoked by a stimulus.
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• (n.) A kind of anthem sung after the lessons of matins and some other parts of the office. • (n.) An answer or reply. • (n.) The act of responding. • (n.) The answer of the people or congregation to the priest or clergyman, in the litany and other parts of divine service. &bull...
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(L. respondere to answer, reply) an action or movement due to the application of a stimulus.
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- a result
- a bodily process occurring due to the effect of some foregoing stimulus or agent
- a statement (either spoken or written) that is made in reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation
- the manner in which something is greeted
- a phrase recited or sung by the cong...
Incoming contacts generated by media.
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message sent to the author of a previous message
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of a device or system, the motion, or other output, that results from a stimulus (excitation) under specified conditions. The kinds of input and output being utilized must be indicated
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Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-spons′ Definitions: 1. The reaction of a muscle, nerve, gland, or other excitable tissue to a stimulus. 2. Any act or behavior, or its constituents, that a living organism is capable of emitting. Reflexes are usually excluded because they are typically elicite...
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(biology) Any change in an organism occurring as a result of a stimulus. There are many different types of response, some involving the entire organism, others only groups of cells or tissues. Examples include the muscular contractions in an animal, the movement of leaves towards the light, a...
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In medicine, an improvement related to treatment.
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