induration

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Hardness, or the process of becoming hard

The voice was harder than I had known, and not only in stony reaction to long floods of wholly just selfpity, also roughened with gin and smoke, perhaps also assimilated to New York induration, the hardness of culture as well as of pain.

Hardening of an area of the body as a reaction to inflammation, hyperemia, or neoplastic infiltration, or (b) An area or part of the body that has undergone such a reaction. Most often this term is used to describe dermatologic findings

The erythema had spread to 20 cm, and the central induration had spread to 9 cm.

{i} act or process of becoming rigid or hard; callousness, lack of feeling
State of being indurated, or of having become hard
obduracy; stiffness; want of pliancy or feeling
The act of hardening, or the process of growing hard
any pathological hardening or thickening of tissue
Hardness of character, manner, sensibility, etc
indurate
to make callous or unfeeling
indurate
to harden or to grow hard
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Indurated, obstinate, unfeeling, callous
indurate
to inure; to strengthen; to make hardy or robust
ınduration
{n} the act or state of hardening, hardness
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{f} make hard, harden; make stubborn or unfeeling; become callous or hardened, become accustomed
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emotionally hardened; "a callous indifference to suffering"; "cold-blooded and indurate to public opinion"
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make hard or harder; "The cold hardened the butter"
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Without sensibility; unfeeling; obdurate
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To grow hard; to harden, or become hard; as, clay indurates by drying, and by heat
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Hardened; not soft; indurated
indurate
To make hard; as, extreme heat indurates clay; some fossils are indurated by exposure to the air
indurate
become fixed or established; "indurated customs
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become fixed or established; "indurated customs"
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To make unfeeling; to deprive of sensibility; to render obdurate
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become hard or harder; "The wax hardened"
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cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate; "He was inured to the cold"
indurative
{s} serving to hard or stiffen
induration

    الواصلة

    in·du·ra·tion

    النطق

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ "in-d&-'rA-sh&n, -dy&a ] (noun.) 14th century. Via French from Latin indurare ‘make hard’, from in- + durus ‘hard’.

    كلمة اليوم

    guillotine
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