Definition of intestinal
1 : affecting, occurring, or living in the intestine
2 : of, relating to, or being the intestine
Recent Examples of intestinal from the Web
Avoid items that hang on a string instead of a chain; pets may chew and swallow string, causing intestinal problems.
More specifically, Demit took to Starbucks's Facebook page to express just how negatively regular milk affects his intestinal tract.
Cancers, such as the common intestinal adenocarcinoma, were reduced by over 50%.
FODMAPs are specific types of carbohydrates (sugars) that pull water into the intestinal tract.
Aside from intestinal damage, failing to detect asymptomatic celiac at an early age can result in poor bone development and suppressed growth, Dr. Murray said.
The cause was intestinal cancer, said a daughter, Joanne Trout.
Salmonella lives in the intestinal tract of many different animals, and can also be passed from person to person.
Correction: A previous version of this article said that the inks created by MIT measure intestinal fluid.
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Definition of intestinal for Students
: of, relating to, or affecting the intestine an intestinal illness
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