* * *abi·ot·i·cal·ly -i-k(ə-)le adv
* * *abi·ot·ic (a″bi-otґik) pertaining to or characterized by absence of life; incapable of living; antagonistic to life.
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abiotic — ABIÓTIC, Ă, abiotici, ce, adj. Lipsit de viaţă, incompatibil cu viaţa. [pr.: bi o ] – Din fr. abiotique. Trimis de ana zecheru, 09.07.2002. Sursa: DEX 98 abiótic, ă adj. lipsit de viaţă. (< fr. abiotique) Trimis de tavi, 08.01.2003. Sursa:… … Dicționar Român
abiotic — (adj.) without life, 1874, from A (Cf. a ) (3) + adjectice formed from Gk. bios life (see BIO (Cf. bio )) … Etymology dictionary
abiotic — [ā΄bī ät′ik] adj. [ A 2 (sense 3) + BIOTIC] of nonliving substances or environmental factors … English World dictionary
abiotic — /eɪbaɪˈɒtɪk/ (say aybuy otik) adjective of or relating to the non living components of an ecosystem: abiotic factors; an abiotic disorder … Australian English dictionary
abiotic — adjective Date: circa 1893 not biotic ; abiological < the abiotic environment > • abiotically adverb … New Collegiate Dictionary
abiotic — referring to non living structures, substances, factors, environments, etc … Dictionary of ichthyology
abiotic — adj. [Gr. a, without; bios, life] Pertaining to, or characterized by the absence of life … Dictionary of invertebrate zoology
abiotic — abiotically, adv. /ay buy ot ik, ab ee /, adj. of or characterized by the absence of life or living organisms. Also, abiotical. [A 6 + BIOTIC] * * * … Universalium
abiotic — adjective a) Nonliving, inanimate, characterised by the absence of life. b) Of inorganic matter … Wiktionary
abiotic — lit. not from living things. In physical geography, used to describe non living components of an environment such as rock or water … Geography glossary