Biological definition

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Related by genetic lineage.

The child's biological parents; his biological sister.

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Of, relating to, caused by, or affecting life or living organisms.

Biological processes such as growth and digestion.

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Having to do with biology.
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Related genetically rather than by adoption.

Her biological father.

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A biologic.
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Having to do with biology.
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The definition of biological is something that relates to life or living.

An example of biological is water helping the kidneys flush waste and toxins from the body.

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Biological is defined as a blood relation.

An example of biological is a mother and her son to whom she gave birth.

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Being male or female by having the chromosomes for that sex.

A biological female.

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Relating to, caused by, or affecting life or living organisms.

Biological processes such as growth and digestion.

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A biologic.
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Related by genetic lineage.

The child's biological parents; your biological sister.

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Being male or female by having the chromosomes for that sex.

A biological female.

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Relating to biological weapons.

Biological warfare.

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Of or relating to biology.
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Related by consanguinity, especially as to parents and children.
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Of or relating to biological weapons.

Biological warfare.

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Of or connected with biology; of plants and animals.
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Of the nature of living matter.
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Used in or produced by practical biology.
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A biopharmaceutical product.
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Origin of biological

  • biology +‎ -ical

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