[ kuh-rel, kar-uh l; French ka-rel ]
/ kəˈrɛl, ˈkær əl; French kaˈrɛl /
A·lex·is [uh-lek-sis; French a-lek-see] /əˈlɛk sɪs; French a lɛkˈsi/, 1873–1944, French surgeon and biologist, in U.S. 1905–39: Nobel Prize 1912.
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British Dictionary definitions for alexis carrel (1 of 2)
/ (ˈkærəl) /
a small individual study room or private desk, often in a library, where a student or researcher can work undisturbed
Word Origin for carrel
C16: a variant of carol
British Dictionary definitions for alexis carrel (2 of 2)
/ (kəˈrɛl, ˈkærəl, French karɛl) /
Alexis (əˈlɛksɪs; French alɛksi). 1873–1944, French surgeon and biologist, active in the US (1905–39): developed a method of suturing blood vessels, making the transplantation of arteries and organs possible: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1912
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Medicine definitions for alexis carrel
[ kə-rĕl′, kăr′əl ]
French-born American surgeon and biologist. He won a 1912 Nobel Prize for his work on vascular ligature and grafting of blood vessels and organs.
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