donor

  1. person who makes a gift of property
  2. (medicine) someone who gives blood or tissue or an organ to be used in another person (the host)

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Donor

A donor in general is a person who donates something voluntarily. Usually used to represent a form of pure altruism but sometimes used when the payment for a service is recognised by all parties as representing less than the value of the donation and that the motivation is altruistic. In business law, a donor is someone who is giving the gift, and...
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Donor

• (n.) One who grants an estate; in later use, one who confers a power; -- the opposite of donee. • (n.) One who gives or bestows; one who confers anything gratuitously; a benefactor.
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donor

<biology> An individual organism that supplies living tissue to be used in another body, as a person who furnished blood for transfusion or an organ for transplantation in a histocompatible recipient. ... (15 Nov 1997) ...
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donor

(do´nәr) a person or organism that supplies an organ or tissue to be used in another body, such as in transplantation. Usually this is either a cadaveric donor, a living related donor, or a living unrelated donor. a substance or compound that contributes part of itself to another substance (the acceptor).
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donor

giver noun person who makes a gift of property
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Donor

[fairy tale] In fairy tales, a donor is a character that tests the hero (and sometimes other characters as well) and provides magical assistance to the hero when he succeeds. The fairy godmother is a well-known form of this character. Many other supernatural patrons feature in fairy tales; these include various kinds of animals and the spir...
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donor

[Noun] A person who gives something, for example, blood or money.
Example: The doctors are looking for a suitable kidney donor.
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Donor

[semiconductors] In semiconductor physics, a donor is a dopant atom that, when added to a semiconductor, can form an n-type region. For example, when silicon (Si), having four valence electrons, needs to be doped as an n-type semiconductor, elements from group V like phosphorus (P) or arsenic (As) can be used because they have five valence ...
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Donor

Do'nor noun [ French donneur , Old French daneor , from donner . See Donee , and confer Donator .] 1. One who gives or bestows; one who confers anything gratuitously; a benefactor. 2. (Law) One who grants an estate; in later use, one who conf...
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Donor

A donor is a person (living or dead) who donates blood, an organ or other body parts to another person in need.
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Donor

A nation's internal market representing the mechanisms for issuing and trading securities of entitie
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Donor

A person who gives a body organ to another person, such as a kidney. For kidneys, the donor can be living or deceased.
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Donor

A person who makes a gift of some of their assets.
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Donor

A person who makes a gift.
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Donor

An atom which is likely to give off one or more electrons when placed in a crystal. In semiconductors a donor material is intentionally added to a pure semiconductor material in order to increase the population of free electrons in that semiconductor, resulting in a net negative charge. A semiconductor that has had donor material added to it is cal...
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donor

an individual organism that supplies living tissue to be used in another body, as a person who furnished blood for transfusion, or an organ for transplantation in a histocompatible recipient.
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Donor

An individual that gives a part of their body to be used by another person in need. Donors can donate blood for transfusions, organs and tissues for transplantation, eggs for fertiliaztion or sperm for artificial insemination. Narrower term(s): Egg Donor Sperm Donor
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Donor

Donor: The giver of a tissue or organ, for example, of blood or a kidney.
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donor

imperfection in a crystal lattice which, when it is predominant, permits electron conduction by the donation of electrons
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Donor

In a photovoltaic device, an n-type dopant, such as phosphorus, that puts an additional electron into an energy level very near the conduction band; this electron is easily exited into the conduction band where it increases the electrical conductivity over than of an undoped semiconductor.
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donor

In a solar photovoltaic device, an n-type dopant, such as phosphorus, that puts an additional electron into an energy level very near the conduction band; this electron is easily excited into the conduction band where it increases the electrical conductivity over than of an undoped semiconductor. ...
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Donor

In a solar photovoltaic device, an n-type dopant, such as phosphorus, that puts an additional electron into an energy level very near the conduction band; this electron is easily exited into the conduction band where it increases the electrical conductivity over than of an undoped semiconductor.
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donor

In medicine, a person who gives blood, cells, tissue, or an organ for use in another person, such as in a blood transfusion or an organ transplant.
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Donor

n. The entity or person who makes an outright donation or gift.
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