fenestrated

Having fenestrae or windowlike openings.

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fen·es·trat·ed 'fen-ə-.strāt-əd adj having one or more openings or pores <\fenestrated blood capillaries> <a \fenestrated catheter>

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fen·es·trat·ed (fenґəs-trāt″əd) [L. fenestratus] pierced with one or more openings.

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  • Fenestrated — Fe*nes tra*ted, a. 1. (Arch.) Having windows; characterized by windows. [1913 Webster] 2. Same as {Fenestrate}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fenestrated — [fi nes′trit, fi nes′trit; fen′əstrāt΄, fen′əstrāt΄fi nes′trāt΄id, fen′es trāt΄id] adj. [pp. of rare v. < L fenestratus, pp. of fenestrare, to furnish with openings < fenestra, window: see FENESTRA] 1. having windows, openings, or… …   English World dictionary

  • fenestrated — adjective Date: circa 1852 having one or more openings or pores < fenestrated blood capillaries > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • fenestrated — /fen euh stray tid, fi nes tray /, adj. Archit. having windows; windowed; characterized by windows. Also, fenestrate. [1820 30; < L fenestratus furnished with windows (see FENESTRA, ATE1) + ED2] * * * …   Universalium

  • fenestrated — adjective Having windows See Also: fenestration …   Wiktionary

  • fenestrated — adj. perforated (Biology, Zoology); having windows, having window like openings (Architecture) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fenestrated — [ fɛnəˌstreɪtɪd, fɪ nɛstreɪtɪd] adjective 1》 having a window or windows. 2》 chiefly Anatomy having perforations or transparent areas …   English new terms dictionary

  • fenestrated — fen·es·trat·ed …   English syllables

  • fenestrated — fe•nes•trat•ed [[t]ˈfɛn əˌstreɪ tɪd, fɪˈnɛs treɪ [/t]] also fe•nes′trate adj. 1) archit. having or characterized by windows 2) having small openings or fenestrae • Etymology: 1820–30; < L fenestrātus (see fenestra, ate I) + ed II …   From formal English to slang

  • fenestrated — /fəˈnɛstreɪtəd/ (say fuh nestraytuhd), /ˈfɛnə / (say fenuh ) adjective 1. Architecture having windows; windowed; characterised by windows. 2. pierced, perforated. Also, fenestrate. {Latin fenestrātus, past participle, furnished with windows +… …   Australian English dictionary

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