Definition of 'biological'
Example sentences containing 'biological'
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Does she fight them off with chemical or biological weapons? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Do you know if the biological dad is stepping up and being there for his son emotionally and financially? The Sun (2016)Being his biological dad is irrelevant. The Sun (2016)My biological clock is ticking. The Sun (2016)When it comes to understanding our biological origins, there are two primary sources of evidence: fossil bones and teeth. Smithsonian Mag (2017)I am 37, so my biological clock is ticking. The Sun (2016)Today it is thought to have a mainly biological origin. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This biological control is suitable for conventional and organic gardening. The Sun (2010)These normally coincide at a time when our natural biological clock allows sleep to occur. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We really need to try to get past this idea of a biological clock. The Sun (2013)Why do you attack biological evolution when what you are against is atheism? Christianity Today (2000)Her biological dad was a background figure who would hang around outside her school. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The couple made a public appeal for any information about what happened to their biological son. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They can be controlled with either a chemical or biological pest control. The Sun (2009)We need to guard against a chemical or biological attack at all times. The Sun (2011)Explain that a birth father is just the biological dad. The Sun (2009) Chemical and biological weapons will have minimal impact on us as we can fight through any biochemical strike. BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)Crowds would be vulnerable if a terror group used the flying craft to disperse chemical or biological agents. The Sun (2014)It contains biological organisms which get rid of pond algae and digest the organic waste it feeds on. The Sun (2011)After another twenty years of progress in biological research we may perhaps know whether my tentative answers are correct. Infinite in All Directions (1989)Drivers were warned to keep windows closed and turn off air conditioning in case of chemical or biological contamination. The Sun (2012)We are now entering a period of intensified biological research and are considering a variety of possible applications of genetic engineering. Infinite in All Directions (1989)The ticking of my biological clock! Times, Sunday Times (2008)Then wash your skirt as normal, using a biological detergent. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If so, both productive and receptive secret language practices could have their origin in biological imperatives. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)Well, it seems that we are not quite free of the natural biological cycle. The Allergy Handbook (1988)If possible, use a high temperature and a biological detergent. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'biological'
British English: biological /ˌbaɪəˈlɒdʒɪkl/ ADJECTIVE
Biological is used to describe processes and states that occur in the bodies and cells of living things.
...a natural biological response.
- American English: biological
- Arabic: بَيُولُوجِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: biológico
- Chinese: 生物学的
- Croatian: biološki
- Czech: biologický
- Danish: biologisk
- Dutch: biologisch
- European Spanish: biológico
- Finnish: biologinen
- French: biologique
- German: biologisch
- Greek: βιολογικός
- Italian: biologico
- Japanese: 生物学の
- Korean: 생물학의
- Norwegian: biologisk
- Polish: biologiczny
- European Portuguese: biológico
- Romanian: biologic
- Russian: биологический
- Spanish: biológico
- Swedish: biologisk
- Thai: ทางชีววิทยา
- Turkish: biyolojik
- Ukrainian: біологічний
- Vietnamese: thuộc sinh vật học
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