* * *eo·sin·o·phil·ic -.sin-ə-'fil-ik adj1) staining readily with eosin2) of, relating to, or characterized by eosinophilia
* * *eo·sin·o·phil·ic (e″o-sin″o-filґik) 1. readily stainable with eosin. 2. pertaining to eosinophils. 3. pertaining to or characterized by eosinophilia.
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eosinophilic — eo·sin·o·phil·ic … English syllables
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eosinophilic — /ˌioʊsɪnəˈfɪlɪk/ (say .eeohsinuh filik), /ˌiə / (say .eeuh ) adjective 1. relating to an eosinophil or eosinophilia. 2. associated with an increased number of eosinophils … Australian English dictionary
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