medium

Shorthand for culture medium or growth medium, the nutrient solution in which cells or organs are grown.

Medium

The way in which language is transmitted from one person, or an agency, to another. The three basic media of language are phonic (speech), graphic (writing) and signing (sign language for hearing impaired people). The term is also used to denote the means of communication (e.g. television, telephone, film, radio, computer, press).

medium

Type: Term Pronunciation: mē′dē-yŭm, -ă Definitions: 1. A means; that through or by which an action is performed. 2. A substance through which impulses or impressions are transmitted. 3. The liquid holding a substance in solution or suspension. 4. Any of the substances in which a chromatographic or electrophoretic separati...
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medium

Latin, meaning: everyday life, the common good, the public eye.
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medium

In microbiology: any liquid or solid preparation made specifically for the growth, storage, or transport of microorganisms or other types of cell. (Pl. media.)
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Medium

A person believed to act as an intermediary between discarnate entities and the living. See also clairvoyant medium, trance medium, mental mediumship, physical mediumship.
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Medium

A person believed to act as an intermediary between discarnate entities and the living. See also clairvoyant medium, trance medium, mental mediumship, physical mediumship.
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medium

[adj] - (of meat) cooked until there is just a little pink meat inside 2. [n] - a liquid with which pigment is mixed by a painter 3. [n] - (biology) a substance in which specimens are preserved or displayed 4. [n] - an intervening substance through which something is achieved 5. [n] - a state that is intermediate between extr...
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Medium

A particular material.
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medium

Singular of Media.
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Medium

The material used by Artists to create a painting or sculpture artwork. For example: Oil, Acrylic, Mixed Media, Watercolour, Bronze.
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Medium

The term is used widely. Firstly to describe the material used by an Artist to produce an art work. Secondly it can be a binder for paint eg oil. And thirdly can used to describe art such as drawing, sculpture and painting
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medium

In spiritualism, a person with the alleged ability to contact spirits of the dead. ...
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Medium

The physical material or substance upon which data can be recorded or stored
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medium

The phase (and composition of the phase) in which chemical species and their reactions are studied in a particular investigation.
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Medium

In relation to art this term has two principal overlapping, even slightly confusing meanings. Painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, are all media of art in the sense of a type of art. However, the term can also refer to the materials of the work. For example a sculpture in the medium of bronze or marble; a painting in the medium of oil paint o...
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Medium

Me'di·um noun ; plural Latin Media , E . Mediums . [ Latin medium the middle, from medius middle. See Mid , and confer Medius .] 1. That which lies in the middle, or between other things; intervening body or quantity. Hence, specifica...
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Medium

Me'di·um adjective Having a middle position or degree; mean; intermediate; medial; as, a horse of medium size; a decoction of medium strength.
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medium

<cell biology> Shorthand for culture medium or growth medium, the nutrient solution in which cells or organs are grown. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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medium

adjective (meat) cooked until there is just a little pink meat inside
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medium

noun (usually plural) transmissions that are disseminated widely to the public
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medium

(me´de-әm) pl. mediums, me´dia an agent by which something is accomplished or an impulse is transmitted. culture medium. a preparation used in treating histologic specimens.
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Medium

• (n.) See Mean. • (n.) The liquid vehicle with which dry colors are ground and prepared for application. • (n.) That which lies in the middle, or between other things; intervening body or quantity. Hence, specifically: (a) Middle place or degree; mean. • (n.) An average. • (n.) The mean or middle term of a syllogism; that ...
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medium

(from the article `musical criticism`) Another question is why a composition expresses itself through its particular medium? Why that medium rather than another?By technical definition, mediums are the liquids added to paints to bind them and make them workable. They are discussed here, however, in the wider ... Synthetic mediums, devel...
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medium

in occultism, a person reputedly able to make contact with the world of spirits, especially while in a state of trance. A spiritualist medium is the ... [4 related articles]
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