Of a drug; designed to act over a prolonged period
ETYM Latin repositorium, repostorium: cf. Old Fren. repositoire.
1. A burial vault (usually for some famous person); SYN. monument.
2. A person to whom a secret is entrusted; SYN. secretary.
Side altar in Catholic church.
1. A collection of information about a computing system.
2. A superset of a data dictionary. See also data dictionary.