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Physiologically meaning in Urdu

Physiologically Sentence

Physiologically ready.

Physiologically Definitions

1) Physiologically : عضویاتی طور پر : (adverb) of or relating to physiological processes; with respect to physiology.

Physiologically addicted.


Useful Words

Laxity : ڈھیلا پن , Addicted : عادی , Addict : نشے کا عادی , Nutrition : غذائیت , Polygraph : آلہ جو بیک وقت نبضوں کو ریکارڈ کرتا ہے , Circadian : یومیہ , Apple Polisher : خوشامدی , Thirst : پیاس , Organic : عضوی , Dermatologist : ماہر امراض جلد , Acid-Base Balance : جسم میں صفراء کا تناسب , Accommodation : آنکھ کے لینس کا آگے پیچھے ہونا , Resistant : مزاحمت کرنے والا , Pregnancy Test : حمل کا پتا لگانے کا ٹیسٹ , Sir : سر , Adaptation : اعضاء کا حالات کے مطابق ڈھلنا , Nephrology : علم گروہ , Illness : مرض , False Pregnancy : کسی ایسی عورت میں حمل کی جملہ علامات ہونا جو یہ سمجھتی ہو کہ اسے حمل ہے مگر اس کو حمل نہ ہو , Potentiate : اثر بڑھانا , Agonist : متحرک کرنے والی دوا , Nobel Prize : اعلی انعام , Phlegm : بلغم , Homeostasis : خود کار حیاتیاتی نظام , Hexenbesen : چڑیل جھاڑو , Computerization : کمپیوٹر سے کنٹرول کرنے کا عمل , Adduction : کھنچنے کا عمل , Abduction : عضو کا جگہ سے ہٹنا , Relaxation : ڈھیلا ہونا , Intuition : الہام , Grinder : چکی

Useful Words Definitions

Laxity: the condition of being physiologically lax.

Addicted: compulsively or physiologically dependent on something habit-forming.

Addict: someone who is physiologically dependent on a substance; abrupt deprivation of the substance produces withdrawal symptoms.

Nutrition: (physiology) the organic process of nourishing or being nourished; the processes by which an organism assimilates food and uses it for growth and maintenance.

Polygraph: a medical instrument that records several physiological processes simultaneously (e.g., pulse rate and blood pressure and respiration and perspiration).

Circadian: of or relating to biological processes occurring at 24-hour intervals.

Apple Polisher: someone who humbles himself as a sign of respect; who behaves as if he had no self-respect.

Thirst: a physiological need to drink.

Organic: involving or affecting physiology or bodily organs.

Dermatologist: a doctor who specializes in the physiology and pathology of the skin.

Acid-Base Balance: (physiology) the normal equilibrium between acids and alkalis in the body.

Accommodation: (physiology) the automatic adjustment in focal length of the natural lens of the eye.

Resistant: able to tolerate environmental conditions or physiological stress.

Pregnancy Test: a physiological test to determine whether a woman is pregnant.

Sir: sir is used as a respectful form of address for a man. It is often used to show deference or politeness when speaking to someone in a position of authority or as a way to show respect in formal or professional settings. "Sir" is also commonly used to address someone in a customer service or hospitality context. It is a term that denotes respect and is often used to address a person of higher social status or authority..

Adaptation: (physiology) the responsive adjustment of a sense organ (as the eye) to varying conditions (as of light).

Nephrology: the branch of medicine concerned with the kidney - its development and anatomy and physiology and disorders.

Illness: impairment of normal physiological function affecting part or all of an organism.

False Pregnancy: physiological state in which a woman exhibits symptoms of pregnancy but is not pregnant.

Potentiate: increase the effect of or act synergistically with (a drug or a physiological or biochemical phenomenon).

Agonist: (biochemistry) a drug that can combine with a receptor on a cell to produce a physiological reaction.

Nobel Prize: an annual award for outstanding contributions to chemistry or physics or physiology and medicine or literature or economics or peace.

Phlegm: expectorated matter; saliva mixed with discharges from the respiratory passages; in ancient and medieval physiology it was believed to cause sluggishness.

Homeostasis: (physiology) metabolic equilibrium actively maintained by several complex biological mechanisms that operate via the autonomic nervous system to offset disrupting changes.

Hexenbesen: an abnormal tufted growth of small branches on a tree or shrub caused by fungi or insects or other physiological disturbance.

Computerization: the control of processes by computer.

Adduction: (physiology) moving of a body part toward the central axis of the body.

Abduction: (physiology) moving of a body part away from the central axis of the body.

Relaxation: (physiology) the gradual lengthening of inactive muscle or muscle fibers.

Intuition: instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes).

Grinder: machinery that processes materials by grinding or crushing.