Cavity

A hollow wall formed by firmly linked masonry walls, providing an insulating air space between.

cavity

  1. a sizeable hole (usually in the ground)
  2. space that is surrounded by something
  3. soft decayed area in a tooth; progressive decay can lead to the death of a tooth
  4. (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body

Cavity

A hole or opening, as at the bed of a glacier. When the rate of deformation into a space behind an obstacle is less the rate of movement past the obstacle, a cavity will form.
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cavity

a hollowed out space in a tree typically used as a nest area by owls and woodpeckers
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cavity

Hollow area in rock that develops because of some form of stress. Many cavities are lined with crystals. See also vug.
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cavity

(kav´ĭ-te) a hollow or space, or a potential space, within the body or one of its organs. Called also caverna and cavum. the lesion produced by dental caries.
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cavity

(L. cavitas) a hollow place or space, or a potential space, within the body or in one of its organs; it may be normal or pathological.
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cavity

[n] - space that is surrounded by something 2. [n] - soft decayed area in a tooth 3. [n] - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
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Cavity

• (n.) Hollowness. • (n.) A hollow place; a hollow; as, the abdominal cavity.
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cavity

<anatomy> A hollow place or space or a potential space, within the body or in one of its organs, it may be normal or pathological. ... Origin: L. Cavitas ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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cavity

bodily cavity noun (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
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Cavity

Cav'i·ty noun ; plural Cavities . [ Latin cavus hollow: confer French cavité .] 1. Hollowness. [ Obsolete] « The cavity or hollowness of the place. Goodwin. » 2. A hollow place; a hollow; as, the abdominal cavity . &#...
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Cavity

A concave feature on either side of the mould into which an opposing core enters when the mould is closed. The void between the cavity and core is where the resin solidifies and forms the part. Often the A-side of a mould is referred to as the cavity side, and in the case of a part like a drinking cup, the entire A-side will be a cavity
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Cavity

A hole on the tooth.
Found on http://www.jeffersondentalclinics.com/services/dental-terms.html

Cavity

a hole or opening in a tree trunk or limb, or fence post etc. Either excavated (e.g., by woodpecker) or a natural cavity found in a snag or dead/dying tree limb.
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cavity

A hollow area or hole. It may describe a body cavity (such as the space within the abdomen) or a hole in a tooth caused by decay.
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Cavity

A layman's term for tooth decay. Also, the dental term for the hole that is left after decay has been removed.
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Cavity

A layman's term for tooth decay. Also, the dental term for the hole that is left after decay has bee
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Cavity

A small hole in one of your teeth caused by tooth decay.
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cavity

cavity 1. A hollow space or concavity in an organ, part, or structure; often designating only a potential space; cavitas. 2. A hollow place or space or a potential space, within the body or in one of its organs; it may be normal or pathological. 3. A natural hollow or sinus within the body. 3. A soft decayed area in a tooth; progressive decay ca...
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Cavity

Decay in tooth caused by caries; also referred to as carious lesion.
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CAVITY

Hollow space within the body that contains one or more organs.
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cavity

Latin cavitas = a hollow.
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cavity

Missing tooth structure. A cavity may be due to decay, erosion or abrasion. If caused by caries; also referred to as carious lesion.
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Cavity

see CARIES.
Found on http://www.cosmeticdentistryguide.co.uk/glossary.html
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