Psychoanalysis. conscious inhibition of an impulse.
Botany. the absence of parts normally or usually present due to the action of frost, disease, or insects.
Radio, Electronics. the elimination of a component of a varying emission, as the elimination of a frequency or group of frequencies from a signal.
Censorship, the suppression of public communication considered objectionable
to the general body of people as determined by a government or media outlet.
1 : an act or instance of suppressing : the state of being suppressed. 2 : the
conscious intentional exclusion from consciousness of a thought or feeling.
Definition: (DOD) Temporary or transient degradation by an opposing force of the performance of a weapons system below the level needed to fulfill its mission objectives. More »
to put an end to the activities of (a person, body of persons, etc.): to suppress the
Communist and certain left-leaning parties. 2. to do away with by or as by ...
In psychology, suppression is the act of stopping yourself from thinking or feeling
something. It is generally presumed to be ineffective because even if you ...
suppress meaning, definition, what is suppress: to end something by force: .
Psychiatry Conscious exclusion of unacceptable desires, thoughts, or memories
from the mind. 4. Botany The failure of an organ or part to develop. 5. Genetics ...
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