* * *nu·cle·at·ed 'n(y)ü-klē-.āt-əd or nu·cle·ate -klē-ət adj having a nucleus or nuclei <\nucleated cells>
* * *nu·cle·at·ed (nooґkle-āt″əd) [L. nucleatus] having a nucleus or nuclei.
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Nucleated — Nu cle*a ted, a. Having a nucleus; nucleate; as, nucleated cells. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
nucleated — mono·nucleated; non·nucleated; bi·nucleated; mac·ro·nucleated; mul·ti·nucleated; … English syllables
nucleated — or nucleate adjective Etymology: Latin nucleatus, from nucleus kernel Date: 1845 1. having a nucleus or nuclei < nucleated cells > 2. (usually nucleate) originating or occurring at nuclei < nucleate boiling > … New Collegiate Dictionary
nucleated — nu·cle·at·ed (no͞oʹklē ā tĭd, nyo͞oʹ ) adj. Having a nucleus or nuclei: the nucleated cell of a spermatozoon. * * * … Universalium
nucleated — adjective having a nucleus or occurring in the nucleus nucleated cells • Syn: ↑nucleate • Pertains to noun: ↑nucleus (for: ↑nucleate), ↑nucleus • … Useful english dictionary
nucleated — adjective Having a nucleus or nuclei … Wiktionary
nucleated — nuËklÉªeÉªtÉªd / nuË adj. having a nucleus nuËklÉªeÉªt / nuË v. create a nucleus … English contemporary dictionary
nucleated — adjective 1》 form a nucleus. → nucleate … English new terms dictionary
Nucleated village — A nucleated village is one of the main types of settlement pattern found in England and other parts of the world. It is one of the terms used by landscape historians to classify settlements. An idealised village, in which the houses cluster… … Wikipedia
nucleated settlement — the arrangement of buildings in a settlement in a tight cluster as a result of the landscape e.g. on top of a hill, around a road junction, in a meander loop and so on … Geography glossary