• Definition for "avidity"
    • Ardent desire or craving; eagerness.
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avidity definition

  • noun:
    • Ardent desire or craving; eagerness.
    • Keen interest or enthusiasm: adopted the event with avidity.
    • Chemistry The dissociation-dependent strength of an acid or base.
    • Chemistry amount of affinity.
    • Greediness; strong appetite.
    • Eagerness; intenseness of need
    • The measure of the synergism associated with the power specific interactions between proteins.
    • Greediness; strong appetite; eagerness; intenseness of need.
    • Greediness; strong appetite: put on the sensory faculties.
    • Eagerness; intenseness of need: placed on your head.
    • Synonyms Earnestness, Zeal, etc. See eagerness.
    • In physical biochemistry, a constant by means of that could be expressed the circulation of a base between two acids each adequate to counteract the entire base, or conversely; that's, the relative energy with that the acids tend to seize their shares of base: a phrase used to avoid the usage the term affinity.
    • a confident feeling of attempting to press forward with anything
    • Ardent need or craving; eagerness.
    • Keen interest or passion: observed the competition with avidity.
    • Chemistry The dissociation-dependent strength of an acid or base.
    • Chemistry level of affinity.
    • Greediness; powerful desire for food.
    • Eagerness; intenseness of desire
    • The measure of the synergism of the power specific interactions between proteins.
    • Greediness; strong desire for food; eagerness; intenseness of need.
    • Greediness; strong appetite: put on the senses.
    • Eagerness; intenseness of desire: put on your brain.
    • Synonyms Earnestness, Zeal, etc. See eagerness.
    • In real chemistry, a consistent through which can be expressed the distribution of a base between two acids each sufficient to counteract the whole of the base, or alternatively; which, the relative power with which the acids have a tendency to seize their particular shares of base: a term used to prevent employing your message affinity.
    • an optimistic feeling of planning to drive ahead with some thing
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