Medical Dictionary


noun do·nor \ˈdō-nər, -ˌn(ə)r\

Medical Definition of DONOR

:  one used as a source of biological material (as blood or an organ)
:  a compound capable of giving up a part (as an atom, chemical group, or elementary particle) for combination with an acceptor


July 01, 2015
precarious Hear it
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