appose

(redirected from apposed)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal.
Related to apposed: opposed to
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Words related to appose

place side by side or in close proximity

References in periodicals archive ?
The skin edges were apposed with#2 monofilament nylon (Ethilon,Ethicon, Inc.
The nevus is present on two adjacent sites in such a manner as when the two are apposed together, the nevus appears as a single large naevus.
I don't see why some people are apposed to Black Rock assessing the Cyprus banking sector," he said.
The user then applies the glue over the apposed skin edges that were separated by a surgical incision or trauma-induced laceration.
2GHz processor as apposed to the less capable 1GHz chip originally planned, it's the fastest Android phone we've had our hands on, with no lag or stutter even when running multiple apps.
From the 1,360 people who participated in the poll, more than half (56 percent) of the female participants admitted to pulling a sickie when not really ill, as apposed to just a third of the men.
anxiety of becoming a state apposed by the international community and
It is worth noting that the Customer Complaint System at Dubai Customs has managed to increase the rate of the responded complaints within 7 days into 96% (as apposed to the required objective of the Executive Council which is 75%) and the resolved complaints into 94% (as apposed to the required objective of the Executive Council which is 75%).
In 2004 it broadcasted propaganda apposed to the Annan plan; now it is doing the same by promoting Eroglu," Elcil told the Cyprus Mail.
Israeli Daily Newspaper Haaretz said, today, that a group of Congress men have apposed President Barrack Obama with a letter singed by them to put pressure on Israel to ease the siege of the Gaza Strip.
He added that the journalist community under the banner of the PFUJ played a pivotal rule for bringing true democracy in the country, and always apposed the dictatorial rule.
Dear Editor, When are politicians going to address the main cause of anti-social behaviour as apposed to wasting year in year out on social studies and research the likes of which Civitas has already done and revealed as far back as 2002.
Carell on the other hand brilliantly breaths his own style of laid back sense of humor as apposed to the non-stop verbal projectiles of Carrey.
We're a nimble agency, which I prefer to refer to as one office with very long corridors, as apposed to the traditional 'network'," he said.
2] of the CP area was isolated from 10-[micro]m cryosections and apposed onto an NP20 protein-chip.