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debt

 [det]
something owed.
oxygen debt the extra oxygen that must be used in the oxidative energy processes after a period of strenuous exercise to reconvert lactic acid to glucose and decomposed ATP and creatine phosphate to their original states.

debt

(det),
A deficit; a liability.
[L. debitum, debt]

debt

(det) something owed.
oxygen debt  the oxygen that must be used in the oxidative energy processes after strenuous exercise to reconvert lactic acid to glucose and decomposed ATP and creatine phosphate to their original states.

debt

[det]
Etymology: L, debere, to owe
something owed. See also oxygen debt.

debt

That which one owes to another; a financial obligation. See Medical student debt.

debt

(det)
A deficit; a liability.
[L. debitum, debt]

debt

(det)
A deficit, a liability, or obligation.
[L. debitum, debt]

debt,

n a sum of money due by agreement; the contract may or may not be express and does not necessarily set the precise amount to be paid.

debt

something owed.

oxygen debt
the extra oxygen that must be used in the oxidative energy processes after a period of strenuous exercise to reconvert lactic acid to glucose and decomposed ATP and creatine phosphate to their original states.
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