bypass

  • 1 Bypass — may refer to:Bypass (slang)(digestive), where gas is expelled through anus during the event of a voluntary fecal restriction, thus the gas bypassed through the fecal matter and released via anus. *Bypass (computing), in computing, circumventing… …

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  • 2 Bypass — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Baipás –del inglés bypass– se refiere, en general, a una ruta alternativa a otra normal. Particularmente puede referirse a: Bypass, técnica de cirugía vascular que consiste en crear una ruta alternativa para el flujo …

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  • 3 Bypass — (ingl.; pronunc. [baipás]; pl. «bypass» o «bypasses», pronunc. [baipás] o [baipáses]) m. Med. Intervención quirúrgica que tiene por objeto restablecer el flujo sanguíneo en una arteria dañada. * * * Del inglés bypass, deviación, variante. En… …

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  • 4 Bypass — (englisch für „Umgehung“, „Überbrückung“), eingedeutscht Beipass steht für: Bypass (digitale Systeme), Umgehung der Pipeline in einer CPU Bypass (Logistik), die direkte Belieferung des Käufers unter Umgehung des Händlers Bypass (Medizin), das… …

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  • 5 bypass — by‧pass [ˈbaɪpɑːs ǁ pæs] verb [transitive] to avoid something such as a law, rule, or system, or to avoid involving someone in a process: • Companies will always try to bypass laws aimed at protecting workers rights. • Customers can buy direct… …

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  • 6 bypass — [bī′pas΄] n. 1. a way, path, etc. between two points that avoids or is auxiliary to the main way; specif., an alternative highway route, as for skirting an urban area 2. a pipe or channel providing an auxiliary passage for gas or liquid, as that… …

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  • 7 bypass — (del inglés; pronunciamos baipás ) sustantivo masculino 1. Prótesis artificial o biológica que comunica dos puntos de una arteria estropeada: Le han colocado un bypass porque tenía una estrechez en la válvula …

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  • 8 bypass — channel …

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • 9 bypass — index avoidance (evasion), circumvent, detour, eschew, forgo, ignore, omit, pretermit …

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  • 10 bypass — 1848, of certain pipes in a gasworks, from BY (Cf. by) + PASS (Cf. pass). First used 1922 for road for the relief of congestion; figurative sense is from 1928. The heart operation was first so called 1957 …

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  • 11 bypass — [v] avoid blink at, burke, circumnavigate, circumvent, depart from, detour, deviate from, finesse, get around, go around, go around the barn*, ignore, let go, neglect, omit, outflank, pass around, sidestep, skirt, take back road*, wink at;… …

    New thesaurus

  • 12 bypass — ► NOUN 1) a road passing round a town for through traffic. 2) a secondary channel or connection to allow a flow when the main one is closed or blocked. 3) a surgical operation to make an alternative passage to aid the circulation of blood. ► VERB …

    English terms dictionary

  • 13 bypass — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 medical operation ADJECTIVE ▪ coronary, heart ▪ gastric ▪ quadruple, triple VERB + BYPASS ▪ …

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  • 14 bypass — 01. The new highway [bypasses] the little town and makes the trip much faster. 02. Former President Bill Clinton had to have heart [bypass] surgery due to blockages in some arteries. 03. An investigation has found that the accident occurred… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 15 bypass — [[t]ba͟ɪpɑːs, pæs[/t]] bypasses, bypassing, bypassed 1) VERB If you bypass someone or something that you would normally have to get involved with, you ignore them, often because you want to achieve something more quickly. [V n] A growing number… …

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  • 16 bypass */ — I UK [ˈbaɪˌpɑːs] / US [ˈbaɪˌpæs] noun [countable] Word forms bypass : singular bypass plural bypasses 1) a road that goes round a town or city so that you can avoid going through its centre the Newbury bypass 2) medical a medical operation to… …

    English dictionary

  • 17 Bypass — An operation in which a surgeon creates a new tubular pathway for the movement of fluids and/or other substances in the body. * * * 1. A shunt or auxiliary flow. 2. To create new flow from one structure to another through a diversionary channel.… …

    Medical dictionary

  • 18 Bypass — By|pass 〈[ baı ] m. 1 oder m. 1u; Med.〉 Umgehungstransplantat (bei Herzoperationen) [engl., „Umgehung“] * * * By|pass [ ba̮ipas ], der; [es], …pässe [engl. bypass = Umgehung(sstraße), Umleitung]: 1. a) (Technik) Umführung [einer Strömung]; …

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  • 19 bypass — I. noun Date: 1848 1. a passage to one side; especially a deflected route usually around a town 2. a. a channel carrying a fluid around a part and back to the main stream b. (1) shunt 1b (2) shunt 1c; also a surgical procedure for the… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 20 bypass — bypasser, by passer, n. /buy pas , pahs /, n., v., bypassed or (Rare) bypast; bypassed or bypast; bypassing. n. 1. a road enabling motorists to avoid a city or other heavy traffic points or to drive around an obstruction. 2. a secondary pipe or… …

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