bioscopy

[bahy-os-kuh-pee]

Origin of bioscopy

Related formsbi·o·scop·ic [bahy-uh-skop-ik] /ˌbaɪ əˈskɒp ɪk/, adjective
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Examples from the Web for bioscopic

Historical Examples of bioscopic

  • I always see that picture framed in a circle; a bioscopic presentation.

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    J. D. Beresford


British Dictionary definitions for bioscopic

bioscopy

noun plural -pies
  1. examination of a body to determine whether it is alive
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bioscopic in Medicine

bioscopy

[bī-ŏskə-pē]
n.
  1. Medical examination of a body to determine the presence or absence of life.
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