ɪksˈkresns сущ.
1) разрастание;
неумеренный рост excrescence of the rents of that farm ≈ непомерный рост арендной платы за ферму
2) а) нарост, шишка These horns consist of an excrescence of bone. ≈ Эти рога состоят из костного нароста. Syn : outgrowth б) бот. нарост, кап нарост (ботаника) нарост, кап (ветеринарное) опухоль разрастание, бурный рост рост (волос, рогов и т. п.) нарастание, взрыв (радости и т. п.) уродство;
что-л. режущее глаз - many new office buildings are *s upon the city многие новые административные здания уродуют город excrescence нарост, шишка ~ разрастание

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  • Excrescence — is something that is an outgrowth of something else. Depending on the subject matter, this may or may not be something abnormal and/or disfiguring. * Excrescence (phonology) is the epenthesis of a consonant. * In medicine and physiology, an… …   Wikipedia

  • excrescence — Excrescence. s. f. Superfluité de chair qui s engendre en quelques parties du corps de l animal. Il luy est venu une excrescence dont on a bien eu de la peine à le guerir. excrescence de chair. la loupe est une excrescence …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Excrescence — Ex*cres cence . [F. excrescence, excroissanse, L. excrescentia excrescences, neut. pl. of p. pr. of excrescere. See {Excrescent}.] An excrescent appendage, as, a wart or tumor; anything growing out unnaturally from anything else; a preternatural… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • excrescence — index outgrowth Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • excrescence — early 15c., action of growing out, from L. excrescentia (pl.) abnormal growths, from excrescentem (nom. excrescens), prp. of excrescere grow out, grow up, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + crescere to grow (see CRESCENT (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • excrescence — ► NOUN 1) an abnormal outgrowth on a body or plant. 2) an unattractive addition or feature. ORIGIN Latin excrescentia, from excrescere grow out …   English terms dictionary

  • excrescence — [eks kres′əns, ikskres′əns] n. [ME < OFr < L excrescentia, excrescences < excrescere, to grow out < ex , out + crescere, to grow: see CRESCENT] 1. Now Rare a normal outgrowth; natural appendage, as a fingernail 2. an abnormal or… …   English World dictionary

  • excrescence — [[t]ɪkskre̱s(ə)ns[/t]] excrescences N COUNT: usu with supp, oft N on n (disapproval) If you describe something such as a building, addition, or development as an excrescence, you strongly disapprove of it because you think it is unnecessary, bad …   English dictionary

  • excrescence — noun 1) an excrescence on his leg Syn: growth, lump, swelling, nodule, outgrowth 2) the new buildings were an excrescence Syn: eyesore, blot on the landscape, monstrosity …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • excrescence — UK [ɪkˈskres(ə)ns] / US noun [countable] Word forms excrescence : singular excrescence plural excrescences very formal a part that has been added to something and looks ugly …   English dictionary

  • excrescence — Any outgrowth from a surface. [L. ex cresco, pp. cretus, to grow forth] Lambl excrescences small pointed projections from the edges of the aortic cusps of unknown significance. * * * ex·cres·cence ik skres ən(t)s n an outgrowth or enlargement: as …   Medical dictionary

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