- Late; tardy.- cyanose t. SYN: late cyanosis.
* * *tar·dive 'tär-div adj tending to or characterized by lateness esp. in development or maturity <\tardive syphilis develops after the second year (E. R. Pund)>
* * *tar·dive (tahrґdiv) [Fr. â€œtardy, lateâ€] marked by lateness, late; said of a disease in which the characteristic lesion is late in appearing.
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tardive — ● tardif, tardive adjectif (bas latin tardivus, du latin classique tardus, qui tarde) Qui arrive tard, après le temps normal ou prévu : Ses regrets sont trop tardifs pour être sincères. Qui se situe à un moment avancé de la journée, de la soirée … Encyclopédie Universelle
tardive — /tahr div/, adj. appearing or tending to appear late, as in human development or in the treatment of a disease. [1960 65; < F tardive, fem. of tardif TARDY] * * * … Universalium
tardive — tar•dive [[t]ˈtɑr dɪv[/t]] adj. dvl pat appearing or tending to appear late, as in human development or in the treatment of a disease • Etymology: 1960–65; < F tardive, fem. of tardif tardy … From formal English to slang
tardive — adjective late occurring (especially with reference to symptoms of a disease) tardive dyskinesia • Similar to: ↑late, ↑later … Useful english dictionary
tardive — adjective belated (of symptoms etc.) … Wiktionary
tardive — adj. appearing relatively late in the developmental process … English contemporary dictionary
tardive — tar·dive … English syllables
Tardive Psychosis — Tardive Psychosis, is a study criteria that has not been established but has been shown in research. It is a form of psychosis distinct from schizophrenia but instead created by the use of current (dopaminergic) antipsychotics by the depletion of … Wikipedia
tardive dyskinesia — n a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary uncontrollable movements esp. of the mouth, tongue, trunk, and limbs and occurring esp. as a side effect of prolonged use of antipsychotic drugs (as phenothiazine) abbr. TD * * * a condition… … Medical dictionary
tardive dyskinesia — [tär′div] n. [tardive, developing late (< Fr, fem. of tardif, TARDY) + DYSKINESIA] a neuromuscular disorder, characterized by involuntary movements of the face, mouth, etc., believed to be induced by long term use of certain tranquilizers or… … English World dictionary