adhibit


adhibit
[əd'hɪbɪt]
verb (adhibits, adhibiting, adhibited) formal apply or affix to something else.
Derivatives
adhibition noun
Origin
C16: from L. adhibit-, adhibere 'bring in', from ad- 'to' + habere 'hold, have'.

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Adhibit — Ad*hib it, v. t. [L. adhibitus, p. p. of adhibere to hold to; ad + habere to have.] 1. To admit, as a person or thing; to take in. Muirhead. [1913 Webster] 2. To use or apply; to administer. Camden. [1913 Webster] 3. To attach; to affix. Alison.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adhibit — [ad hib′it] vt. [< L adhibitus, pp. of adhibere, to summon < ad , to + habere, to have] Rare 1. to let in; admit 2. to affix 3. to administer, as a remedy adhibition [ad΄hə bish′ən] n …   English World dictionary

  • adhibit — v.tr. (adhibited, adhibiting) 1 affix. 2 apply or administer (a remedy). Derivatives: adhibition n. Etymology: L adhibere adhibit (as AD , habere have) …   Useful english dictionary

  • adhibit — adhibition /ad heuh bish euhn/, n. /ad hib it/, v.t. 1. to take or let in; admit. 2. to use or apply. 3. to attach. [1520 30; < L adhibitus brought (ptp. of adhibere to bring to), equiv. to ad AD + hibi (comb. form of habere to hold, have) + tus… …   Universalium

  • adhibit — verb a) To allow in; admit. b) To administer, such as a remedy …   Wiktionary

  • adhibit — v. admit; administer; affix …   English contemporary dictionary

  • adhibit — ad·hib·it …   English syllables

  • adhibit —   v.t. grant admittance to; apply; attach …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • PURIFICATIONES et PIACULA — quibus in Veteri Testam. expurgarisolebant immunditiae et violata ceremoniarum religio expiari, fiebant tum in Sacrificiis, tum in Lotionibus et Aspersionibus, Hebr. c. 9. v. 13. Et quidem Sacrificium Puerperae describitur Levit. c. 12. v. 6. 7.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • QUADRIGA — Minervae quartae, quae Iove nata et Coriphe, Oceani secundum Ciceronem, inventum, non quod quatuor rotis primitus constaret, sed quod quaternis equis traheretur, dicta est: ut ex Lucretio contendit Licetus de Lucernis Antiqq. l. 6. c. 22. Hyginus …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.