Labile

Unstable.

Labile

Liable to change.

Labile

• (a.) Liable to slip, err, fall, or apostatize.
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labile

(L. labilis unstable, from labi to glide) 1. gliding; moving from point to point over the surface; unstable; fluctuating. 2. chemically unstable.
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labile

(la´bәl) (la´bīl) gliding; moving from point to point over the surface. unstable; fluctuating. chemically unstable.
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labile

1. Gliding, moving from point to point over the surface, unstable, fluctuating. ... 2. <chemistry> Chemically unstable. ... Origin: L. Labilis = unstable, from labi = to glide ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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labile

adjective open to change; liable to change; `an emotionally labile person`
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Labile

La'bile adjective [ Latin labilis apt to slip, from labi to slip.] Liable to slip, err, fall, or apostatize. [ Obsolete] Cheyne.
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labile

adaptable; unstable
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labile

Chemically unstable; easily destroyed.
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Labile

Labile: Unstable, unsteady, not fixed. In psychology or psychiatry, labile denotes free and uncontrolled moods or behaviors expressing emotions. In biochemistry, labile means easily removable as, for example, a labile hydrogen molecule. In the context of diabetes, labile is a term used when a diabetic person's blood glucose (sugar) level often swin...
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labile

readily undergoing change or breakdown
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labile

The term has loosely been used to describe a relatively unstable and transient chemical species or (less commonly) a relatively stable but reactive species. It must therefore not be used without explanation of the intended meaning. See also inert , persistent , reactive , unreactive .
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labile

Type: Term Pronunciation: lā′bīl, -bil Definitions: 1. An adaptability to alteration or modification, relatively easily changed or rearranged. 2. Certain constituents of serum affected by increases in heat. 3. An electrode that is kept moving over the surface during the passage of an electric current. 4. In psychology or psychiatry,...
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Labile

Unstable
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labile

[adj] - (chemistry, physics, biology) readily undergoing change or breakdown 2. [adj] - open to change
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