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bioenvironmental

[ bahy-oh-en-vahy-ruhn-men-tl, -vahy-ern- ]
/ ˌbaɪ oʊ ɛnˌvaɪ rənˈmɛn tl, -ˌvaɪ ərn- /
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adjective Ecology.
pertaining to the environment of living organisms: Bioenvironmental engineers seek to reduce air and water pollution.
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Origin of bioenvironmental

First recorded in 1960–65; bio- + environmental
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How to use bioenvironmental in a sentence

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

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

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