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Recurrent | Definition of Recurrent by Merriam-Webster
Recurrent definition is - running or turning back in a direction opposite to a former course —used of various nerves and branches of vessels in the arms and legs. How to use recurrent in a sentence. recurrent vs. recurring
Recurrent | Definition of Recurrent at Dictionary.com
that recurs ; occurring or appearing again, especially repeatedly or periodically.
Recurrent - definition of recurrent by The Free Dictionary
Define recurrent. recurrent synonyms, recurrent pronunciation, recurrent translation, English dictionary definition of recurrent. adj. 1. Occurring or appearing again or repeatedly. 2. Anatomy Turning in a reverse direction.
Recurrent | definition of recurrent by Medical dictionary
1. relapsing fever. 2. recurrent paroxysmal fever occurring in various diseases, including tularemia, meningococcemia, malaria, and rat-bite fever.
RECURRENT | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
recurrent definition: 1. happening again many times: 2. happening again many times: . Learn more.
Recurrent definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary
A recurrent event or feeling happens or is experienced more than once. Race is a recurrent theme in the work....buildings in which staff suffer recurrent illness. Synonyms: periodic, continued, regular, repeated More Synonyms of recurrent
Recurrent Synonyms, Recurrent Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
When it is caused by agents in the blood, it may be intermittent or recurrent. It is not a deadly fever, but it is recurrent and weakening. It was a steady, recurrent noise, a buzzing, monotonous click. Local invasion in force is essentially continuous or recurrent.
Recurring | Definition of Recurring by Merriam-Webster
But recurrent, the more commonly-used of the two, tends to appear more often in medical contexts, as in “recurrent fevers” or “recurrent cancer.” It also has a specialized anatomical sense, "running or turning back in a direction opposite to a former course,” as in “a recurrent artery,” that recurring does not share.
Recurring | Definition of Recurring at Dictionary.com
verb (used without object), re·curred, re·cur·ring. to occur again, as an event, experience, etc. to return to the mind: The idea kept recurring. to come up again for consideration, as a question.