Poly-

• (a.) A combining form or prefix from Gr. poly`s, many; as, polygon, a figure of many angles; polyatomic, having many atoms; polychord, polyconic.
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Poly-

Pol'y- [ See Full , adjective ] A combining form or prefix from Greek poly`s , many ; as, poly gon, a figure of many angles; poly atomic, having many atoms; poly chord, poly conic.
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Poly-

In Greek combinations, signifying numerous or many.
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Poly-

Poly-: 1) Prefix meaning much or many For example, polycystic means characterized by many cysts. 2) Short form for polymorphonuclear leukocyte, a type of white blood cell.
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Poly-

prefix meaning many
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Poly-

prefix meaning many
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poly-

Type: Term Definitions: 1. Prefix denoting many; multiplicity. 2. In chemistry, prefix meaning 'polymer of,' as in polypeptide, polysaccharide, polynucleotide; often used with symbols, as in poly(A) for poly(adenylic acid), poly(Lys) for poly(l-lysine).
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