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lobe  Noun
Plural: lobes
  1. Translate "lobe" to Spanish: lóbulo
    English Synonyms of "lobe": earlobe, lobe of the ear
    Define meaning of "lobe": The fleshy pendulous part of the external human ear.

  2. Translate "lobe" to Spanish: lóbulo, lóbulo pulmonar
    English Synonyms of "lobe": lobe of the lungs, lobe of the lung
    Define meaning of "lobe": A rounded projection that is part of a larger structure.; A somewhat rounded subdivision of a bodily organ or part.
  3. Ear lobe.

Conceptually-related expressions of "lobe"
antenna main lobe
antenna side-lobe envelope
antenna side-lobe response
apical branch of inferior lobe
appendicular lobe
artery of caudate lobe
ascending parietal gyrus located alongside the parietal lobe
asymmetrical main lobe pattern
azygos lobe
azygous lobe
back lobe
back-lobe radiation
back side lobe
between lobes
caudate lobe
circular main lobe
circularly symmetric lobe
co-polarized main lobe
coma side-lobe
control of side-lobes
crescentic lobes
cross-polarized lobe
cuneate lobe
cuneiform lobe
digastric lobe
ear lobe
envelope side-lobe diagram
falciform lobe
first coma lobe
first side-lobe
flocculonodular lobe
four-lobe structure
frontal lobe
frontal lobe dysfunction
frontal lobe injury
frontal lobe syndrome
hepatic lobe
hepatic lobes
Home's lobe
horizontal main lobe
inferior lobe
infundibular part of the anterior lobe
insular lobe
interference lobe structure
isthmus of limbic lobe
kidney lobe
left duct of caudate lobe
left lower lobe
left upper lobe
limbic lobe
lingual lobe
linguiform lobe
liver lobe
low side-lobe antenna
main lobe
main-lobe direction
main-lobe gain
main lobe pattern
main lobe response
middle lobe
middle lobe branch
middle lobe syndrome
minimum side-lobe gain
nervous lobe
occipital lobe
of the lobes
off the main-lobe axis
olfactory lobe
optic lobe
optic lobes
parietal lobe
peak envelope of the side-lobes
placental lobe
polyalveolar lobe
posterior parietal lobe
principal subsidiary lobe
pyriform lobe
quadrate lobe
radiation lobe
radiation pattern outside the main lobe
rear axis lobe
rear lobe
renal lobe
Riedel's lobe
right duct of caudate lobe
right lobe
right lower lobe
right middle lobe
seizure of a form of temporal lobe epilepsy
semilunar lobes
side lobe
side-lobe control
side-lobe coverage
side-lobe discrimination
side-lobe envelope
side-lobe gain
side-lobe level
side-lobe pattern
side-lobe peak
side-lobe radiation
side-lobe reduction
side-lobe response
side-lobe suppression
spigelian lobe
Spigelius' lobe
Spigelius lobe
subsidiary-lobe reduction
superior branch of the inferior lobe
temporal lobe
temporal lobe epilepsy
temporal-lobe illusion
temporal-lobe seizure
temporal-lobe syndrome
temporosphenoid lobe
tracking lobe
vermiform lobe
wide-angle side lobe
with two lobes
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