Origin of laboratory
OTHER WORDS FROM laboratorylab·o·ra·to·ri·al, adjectivelab·o·ra·to·ri·al·ly, adverblab·o·ra·to·ri·an, nounin·ter·lab·o·ra·to·ry, adjective
How to use laboratory in a sentence
Then Cutter Laboratories in Berkeley, California, made a bad batch of vaccine, and 40,000 children were sickened with polio.
They were then shipped to Archive laboratories in Maryland where mold was removed and rips mended.
CNBC first reported the involvement of Sandia National Laboratories in that security overhaul.
It even happens in artificial markets, in the laboratories of experimental economists.
Engineers now field questions on Reddit and laboratories raffle off multiday tours to Twitter followers.
Then they all had coffee and cake, shook hands with Pete Senior, and went to their homes and laboratories.Old Friends Are the Best|Jack Sharkey
Every Friday afternoon thereafter I went out to the laboratories to see how things were coming along.The Professional Approach|Charles Leonard Harness
Indeed these inventions of his are still used in laboratories for demonstration purposes.Education: How Old The New|James J. Walsh
Deserts are natural laboratories in which to study the interactions of wind and sometimes water on the arid surfaces of planets.Deserts|A. S. Walker
The biologist is supplied with laboratories at home and abroad, where he may study his science under the best conditions.The Principles of Stratigraphical Geology|J. E. Marr
British Dictionary definitions for laboratory
- a building or room equipped for conducting scientific research or for teaching practical science
- (as modifier)laboratory equipment