postprandial

[adj] - following a meal (especially dinner)
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Postprandial

Occurring after a meal
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Postprandial

Postprandial: After mealtime. A postprandial rise in the blood glucose level is one that occurs after eating. Most medical terms have a reasonably logical derivation. Not so with 'postprandial.' The 'post-' part is Latin for 'behind, backward, later, or afterward.' The 'prandial' part comes from the Latin, too, from 'prandium' which means 'a late b...
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Postprandial

Post·pran'di·al adjective [ Prefix post- + prandial .] Happening, or done, after dinner; after- dinner; as, postprandial speeches.
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postprandial

Occurring after dinner or after a meal, postcibal. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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postprandial

adjective following a meal (especially dinner); `his postprandial cigar`; `took a postprandial walk`
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postprandial

(pōst-pran´de-әl) after a meal; called also postcibal.
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Postprandial

• (a.) Happening, or done, after dinner; after-dinner; as, postprandial speeches.
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postprandial

occurring after dinner, or after a meal; postcibal.
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postprandial

postprandial, postprandially 1. Done, made, taken, happening, etc. after dinner; after-dinner; sometimes humorous. 2. Following a meal, especially dinner: 'They took a postprandial walk through the woods.' 3. In medicine, after mealtime. A postprandial rise in the blood glucose level is one that occurs after eating. Postprandial refers to the ti...
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Postprandial

Postprandial (noun form: postprandium) means after eating a meal while preprandial is before a meal. ==Usages of the term== The term postprandial is used in many contexts. A common use is in relation to blood sugar (or blood glucose) levels, which are normally measured 2 hours after and before eating in a postprandial glucose test. This is because...
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postprandial

Type: Term Pronunciation: pōst-pran′dē-ăl Definitions: 1. After a meal. Synonyms: postcibal
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postprandial

Occurring after a meal.
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postprandial

After a meal.
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postprandial

The period of time immediately after eating.
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postprandial

after dinner
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