* * *in·tra·ve·nous .in-trə-'vē-nəs adj1) situated within, performed within, occurring within, or administered by entering a vein <an \intravenous feeding> <\intravenous inflammation>2) used in intravenous procedures <\intravenous needles> <an \intravenous solution>in·tra·ve·nous·ly adv
* * *adj.
* * *in·tra·ve·nous (in″trə-veґnəs) within a vein or veins.
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intravenous — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ within or into a vein or veins. DERIVATIVES intravenously adverb … English terms dictionary
intravenous — /in treuh vee neuhs/, adj. 1. within a vein. 2. of, pertaining to, employed in, or administered by injection into a vein: an intravenous solution. n. 3. an intravenous injection. 4. intravenous feeding. Abbr.: IV [1840 50; INTRA + VENOUS] * * * … Universalium
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intravenous — in|tra|ve|nous [ˌıntrəˈvi:nəs] adj [only before noun] through or into a ↑vein (=tube in the body taking blood back to the heart) ▪ an intravenous injection ▪ intravenous drug users >intravenously adv ▪ The drug was given intravenously … Dictionary of contemporary English
intravenous — in|tra|ve|nous [ ,ıntrə vinəs ] adjective put directly into a VEIN: an intravenous injection intravenous drug users ╾ in|tra|ve|nous|ly adverb: She continued to receive fluids intravenously … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English