[bahy-oh-en-vahy-ruh n-men-tl, -vahy-ern-]

adjective Ecology.

pertaining to the environment of living organisms: Bioenvironmental engineers seek to reduce air and water pollution.

Nearby words

  1. bioelectrogenesis,
  2. bioelectronics,
  3. bioenergetics,
  4. bioenergy,
  5. bioengineering,
  6. bioequivalence,
  7. bioequivalent,
  8. bioethanol,
  9. bioethics,
  10. biofact

Origin of bioenvironmental

First recorded in 1960–65; bio- + environmental Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for bioenvironmental

  • New information of bioenvironmental significance has come in bits and fragments.

  • Bioenvironmental studies form a background against which all atomic energy research is conducted.