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BAMS 2nd QTR Syn & Sym

symptom a sign or an indication of a disorder or a disease that is the same as others with the same disorder or disease
sympathy a feeling or an expression of pity or sorrow for the distress of another; feeling the same as another feels
symposium people meeting together for discussion of a topic or idea;formal meeting at which several specialists deliver short lectures on a topic or related topics
synthesize to combine together to form a new, complex product
synagogue a building or place of meeting together for worship and religious instruction in the Jewish faith.
synchronize to happen at the same time; to do at the same time
photosynthesis the process in green plants and certain other organisms by which carbohydrates are created from carbon dioxide and water using light as an energy source
symmetrical having the same balance or proportion on both sides of a line or plane
synthetic produced by combining chemicals together, specially not of natural origin
syndicate an association of people or firms working together to engage in an project or promote a common interest
symphony musical piece in which an orchestra plays
symbiosis a relationship of mutual benefit, dependence, or association of dissimilar organisms
symbol something that represents or has the same meaning as something else
sym same
syn same
osis state, condition, or action
photo light
Created by: BAMS