Definition of isotonic
Origin of isotonic
International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1891
Rhymes with isotonic
catatonic, cosmogonic, diachronic, diatonic, disharmonic, electronic, embryonic, epigonic, hegemonic, histrionic, homophonic, Housatonic, hypersonic, infrasonic, inharmonic, macaronic, megaphonic, microphonic, monophonic, monotonic, nonionic, nucleonic, pentatonic, pharaonic, philharmonic, plate-tectonic, polyphonic, quadraphonic, semitonic, skeletonic, Solomonic, supersonic, supertonic, telephonic, thermionic, ultrasonic
Medical Definition of isotonic
2: of, relating to, or being muscular contraction in the absence of significant resistance, with marked shortening of muscle fibers, and without great increase in muscle tone—compare isometric 2
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