element of a circuit that will not arrive in a circuit's schematic but does arrive in the circuit's behavior.
of this nature of a parasite; fawning for breads or favors; meanly centered; acting the sycophant; like a parasite at all; of things, secondary; subordinated to or due to another thing of the same sort.
Specifically In zoology and botany, residing or growing as a parasite; regarding or characteristic of parasites. See cut under Orobanche.
In philology, attached with a word erroneously or by false example: therefore, d in vulgar drownd, t in margent, etc., tend to be parasitic.
In ornithology, placed on birds which spot their particular eggs when you look at the nests of other birds.