Unipolar meaning

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Having, acting by means of, or produced by a single magnetic or electric pole.
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Having a single fibrous process. Used of a neuron.
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Relating to or being a mood disorder that includes depression and not mania or hypomania.
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Of or having only one magnetic or electric pole.
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Designating a nerve cell, as in spinal ganglia, having only one process.
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Having, acting by means of, or produced by a single magnetic or electric pole.
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Having a single fibrous process. Used of a neuron.
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Relating to or being a mood disorder that includes depression and not mania or hypomania.
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A digital signaling technique that makes use of a positive (+) voltage and a null, or zero (0), voltage to represent data in binary form, i.e., ones (1s) and zeroes (0s). See Figure U-2. See also binary and bipolar.
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Having a single pole.
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(psychology, medicine) Not both depressive and manic; not bipolar.
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Origin of unipolar

uni- +"Ž polar.