bol

Bol.

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bol.

(in prescriptions) bolus.

bolus

[boh-luhs]
noun, plural boluses.
1.
Pharmacology, Veterinary Medicine. a round mass of medicinal material, larger than an ordinary pill. Abbreviation: bol.
2.
a soft, roundish mass or lump, especially of chewed food.
3.
bole2.

Origin:
1595–1605; < Late Latin bōlus clod of earth < Greek bôlos clod, lump; see bole2

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BOL
 
abbreviation for
Bolivia (international car registration)

Bol.
 
abbreviation for
Bolivia(n)

bolus (ˈbəʊləs)
 
n , pl -luses
1.  a small round soft mass, esp of chewed food
2.  an intravenous injection of a single dose of a drug over a short period
3.  obsolete a large pill or tablet used in veterinary and clinical medicine
4.  another word for bole
 
[C17: from New Latin, from Greek bōlos clod, lump]

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bolus bo·lus (bō'ləs)
n. pl. bo·lus·es

  1. A round mass.

  2. A round medicinal preparation, such as a large pill or tablet, that is usually of a soft consistency and not prepackaged.

  3. A soft mass of chewed food within the mouth or alimentary canal.

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Abbreviations & Acronyms
bol
bolus
BOL
  1. beginning of life

  2. Bolivia (international vehicle ID)

Bol.
  1. Bolivia

  2. Bolivian

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