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a round mass of something, especially of chewed food in the mouth or alimentary canal
a single, large dose of a drug, especially one in that form
{n} a large pill, gobbet, dose, kind of earth
a small round soft mass (as of chewed food)
a small rounded mass of food made ready by the tongue and jaw movement for swallowing
The soft wet ball of food made after the mouth has chewed and moistened it
material (Vaseline gauze, wet towel) used over the treatment are to enhance the radiation dose to the skin surface
a piece of food which is being chewed to break it down into small pieces
a large pill; used especially in veterinary medicine
A large dose of a drug that is given (usually intravenously) at the beginning of treatment to raise blood-level concentrations to a therapeutic level
Concentrated medication/solution given rapidly over a short period of time; may be given by direct infusion injection or gravity drip
A rounded mass of anything, esp
an amount given all at once
A custom-made block positioned beyond the aperture The contours and thickness of the block conform the beam to the shape of the far edge of the target
an extra amount of insulin taken to cover an expected rise in blood glucose, often related to a meal or snack
a large pill
{i} soft mass of chewed food; large pill
Usually refers to a single large dose or quantity Often bolus doses of medication are given on a periodic schedule When used in reference to feedings, it means that all the breastmilk is given over a relatively short period of time, so 8CCs/hr might become 24CCs in 30 minutes with an hour and a half between feedings
In infusion practice, the procedure of giving a concentrated dose of an approved therapeutic product over a short period of time
a large pill; used especially in veterinary medicine a small round soft mass (as of chewed food)
An extra boost of insulin given to cover expected rise in blood glucose (sugar) such as the rise that occurs after eating
A concentrated amount of drug; a dose injected rapidly into a vein, a rounded mass of matter
-A small handful of soil which has been moistened and kneaded into a soil ball which just fails to stick to the fingers
a single dose of drug
All together; entirely; without modification

to accept a story holus-bolus.

plural of bolus
holus bolus
all at once; all together
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    /ˈbōləs/ /ˈboʊləs/


    [ 'bO-l&s ] (noun.) 1562. From Late Latin bōlus (“clod of earth, lump”), from Ancient Greek βωλος (bōlos, “clod, lump”).

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