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viscous

 [vis´kus]
sticky or gummy; having a high degree of viscosity.
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vis·cous

(vis'kŭs), Do not confuse this adjective with the noun viscus.
Sticky; marked by high viscosity.
[see viscid, viscosity]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

vis·cous

(vis'kŭs)
Sticky; marked by high viscosity.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

viscous

Of a liquid substance, thick and sticky so that there is resistance to flow.
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Mr Rowlands now heads up Viscose's new management team following the retirement of its previous managing and finance directors.
Supply of different quality & color fabrics & cloth for the garments factories including (a) gabardine, (b) poplin, (c) woolen fabrics, (d) white gabardine fabrics, (e) high solidity filling fabrics, (f) same but of medium solidity, (g) white viscose fabrics & (h) gray viscose fabrics in 8 lots.
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An amount of EUR 23 million is earmarked for the Austrian site in the town of Lenzing, where the company will switch production from standard viscose fibres to modal fibres.
Due to low surface energy (approximately 20-25 mj/[m.sup.2]), viscose has very weak hydrophilic properties.