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me·a·tus  audio  (m-ts) KEY 

NOUN:
pl. me·a·tus·es or meatus
A body opening or passage, such as the opening of the ear or the urethral canal.

ETYMOLOGY:
Latin metus, passage, from past participle of mere, to pass; see mei-1 in Indo-European roots


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