synergetic

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adjective syn·er·get·ic \ˌsi-nər-ˈje-tik\

Definition of synergetic

Origin and Etymology of synergetic

Greek synergētikos, from synergein to work with, cooperate, from synergos working together, from syn- + ergon work — more at work


First Known Use: circa 1836


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synergetic

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adjective syn·er·get·ic \ˌsin-ər-ˈjet-ik\

Medical Definition of synergetic


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