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all–or–none

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adjective \ˌȯl-ər-ˈnən\

Definition of all–or–none

  1. :  marked either by entire or complete operation or effect or by none at all <all–or–none response of a nerve cell>



1900

First Known Use of all–or–none

1900


Medical Dictionary

all–or–none

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adjective \ˌȯ-lər-ˈnən\

Medical Definition of all–or–none

  1. :  marked either by complete operation or effect or by none at all <all–or–none response of a nerve cell>




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