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apply (verb), applies; applied; applying
1. To put on or to contact by spreading something on a surface: "Lina applied some cream to Bill's sunburned skin."
2. To use or to put into action: "When the window wouldn't open, Jaden applied pressure to force it open."
3. To fit: "The parking restrictions don't apply after 6 p.m. nor on Sundays."
4. To concentrate on: "When Jason came back from his vacation, he seriously applied himself to his work."
5. To make a request or to ask formally for something: "Hayden applied for a job after his technical training was completed."
(Modern Latin: a temporary IUPAC [International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry] nomenclature; radioactive metal)
(Modern Latin: a temporary IUPAC [International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry] nomenclature; radioactive metal)
(Modern Latin: a temporary IUPAC [International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry] nomenclature; radioactive metal)
(Greek: hidden, secret, secrets, secret writing; by extension, applied to secret code or ciphers)
(Latin: a bug; literally, "cut into," from insectum, with a notched or divided body; literally, "that which is cut up, segmented" [as the bodies of the first invertebrates to which the term was applied or appeared to be])
(a Czech word, robota meaning "serf" or "slave" or "forced work" which is now applied to any manufactured device that is capable of doing work ordinarily done by human beings)
(Greek: covering, covered, to cover; roof; by extension, secret, secret writing, applied to a secret code, codes, or ciphers that are hidden)
(the "tongue" term may be applied to both a body part in the mouth and an extensive reference to "language")
Word Entries containing the term: “applied
applied anthropology (s) (noun), applied anthropologies (pl)
1. Any use of anthropological knowledge to influence social interactions, to maintain or to change social institutions, or to direct the courses of cultural change.
2. A branch of anthropology that concerns itself with applying anthropological knowledge to achieve practical objectives; usually, in the service of an agency outside the traditional academic setting.
General and Applied Entomology

V.A. Little, Professor Emeritus of Entomology; Texas A&M University; Harper & Row, Publishers; New York; 1972.

This entry is located in the following unit: Bibliography of Sources Regarding Habitat and Dwelling Environments (page 1)
(examples of how words can be applied in abnormal ways)
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applied anatomy
The practical application of anatomic knowledge to the diagnosis and treatment (including surgical techniques) in clinical situations.
This entry is located in the following unit: Anatomy and Related Anatomical Terms (page 3)
applied anthropology, practicing anthropology
1. Any use of anthropological knowledge to influence social interaction, to maintain or to change social institutions, or to direct the course of cultural change.
2. A branch of anthropology that concerns itself with applying anthropological knowledge to achieve practical goals; usually, in the service of an agency outside the traditional academic setting.
applied mathematics
The use of mathematics for a specific purpose, as in business or engineering.

This is in contrast to pure mathematics.