Occlude

• (v. t.) To take in and retain; to absorb; -- said especially with respect to gases; as iron, platinum, and palladium occlude large volumes of hydrogen. • (v. t.) To shut up; to close.
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occlude

(ә-klldbomacd´) to fit close together. to close tight, as to bring the mandibular teeth into contact with the teeth in the maxilla. to cause an obstruction.
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Occlude

Oc·clude' transitive verb [ Latin occludere , occlusum ; ob (see Ob- ) + claudere to shut.] 1. To shut up; to close. Sir T. Browne. 2. (Chemistry) To take in and retain; to absorb; -- said especially with respect to gases; as iron, p...
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occlude

block passage through
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occlude

block passage through
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Occlude

Occlude: 1 To close, obstruct, or prevent the passage. To occlude an artery is to occlude the flow of blood. 2 To bring together. To occlude the teeth is to align the upper and lower teeth, as for chewing.
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Occlude

to bring together.
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occlude

to bring together.
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occlude

To close off or obstruct.
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occlude

Type: Term Pronunciation: ŏ-klūd′ Definitions: 1. To close or bring together. 2. To enclose, as in an occluded virus.
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