surrogate

  1. someone who takes the place of another person
  2. a person appointed to represent or act on behalf of others

surrogate

[n] - someone who takes the place of another person
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surrogate

Relatively well studied toxicant whose properties are assumed to apply to an entire chemically and toxicologically related class; for example, benzo(a)pyrene data may be used as toxicologically equivalent to that for all
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Surrogate

a woman who agrees to become pregnant and give her baby to someone else when the child is born
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Surrogate

Sur'ro·gate noun [ Latin surrogatus , past participle of surrogare , subrogare , to put in another's place, to substitute; sub under + rogare to ask, ask for a vote, propose a law. See Rogation , and confer Subrogate .] 1. A deputy; a delegat...
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Surrogate

Sur'ro·gate transitive verb To put in the place of another; to substitute. [ R.] Dr. H. More.
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surrogate

1. A person who functions in another's life as a substitute for some third person such as a relative who assumes the nurturing and other responsibilities of the absent parent. ... 2. A person who reminds one of another person so that one uses the first as an emotional substitute for the second. ... Origin: L. Surrogo, to put in another's place ... ...
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surrogate

noun someone who takes the place of another person
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surrogate

noun a person appointed to represent or act on behalf of others
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surrogate

(sur´o-gәt) a substitute; a thing or person that takes the place of something or someone else, such as a drug used in place of another. surrogate mother. in psychoanalysis, the projection onto another person of one's mother or father image and unconscious and inappropriate response to t...
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Surrogate

• (n.) The deputy of an ecclesiastical judge, most commonly of a bishop or his chancellor, especially a deputy who grants marriage licenses. • (v. t.) To put in the place of another; to substitute. • (n.) In some States of the United States, an officer who presides over the probate of wills and testaments and yield the settlement of ...
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Surrogate

A woman that carries a child, that is not her biological child, for another woman that is unable to do so. The surrogate mother is inseminated either directly or through IVF with the sperm of a man who is not her partner. Surrogacy can be very expensive and there are many factors to consider. Synonym(s): Gestational Carrier
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Surrogate

1) A representative or subsitute of one, especially in cases of infertile mothers for whom one (other woman) can bear a child, or one acting in place of where other had to be present 2) The decider or an officer in some states United States, responsible for hearing of the probates of wills, testaments and estates.
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surrogate

n. 1) a person acting on behalf of another or a substitute, including a woman who gives birth to a baby of a mother who is unable to carry the child. 2) a judge in some states (notably New York) responsible only for probates, estates and adoptions.
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surrogate

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭr′ŏ-găt Definitions: 1. A person who functions in another's life as a substitute for some third person, such as a relative who assumes the nurturing and other responsibilities of the absent parent. 2. A person who reminds one of another person so that one uses the first as an emotional substitute for...
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Surrogate

[clergy] Surrogate (from Lat. surrogare, to substitute for), a deputy of a bishop or an ecclesiastical judge, acting in the absence of his principal and strictly bound by the authority of the latter. Canon 128 of the canons of 1603 lays down the qualifications necessary for the office of surrogate and canon 123 the regulations for the appoi...
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Surrogate

1) A person acting on behalf of another or a substitute, including a woman who gives birth to a baby of a mother who is unable to carry the child. 2) A judge in some states responsible only for probates, estates, and adoptions.
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