Definition of Surrogate. Meaning of Surrogate. Synonyms of Surrogate

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Definition of Surrogate

Surrogate
Surrogate Sur"ro*gate, v. t. To put in the place of another; to substitute. [R.] --Dr. H. More.

Meaning of Surrogate from wikipedia

- A surrogate is a substitute or deputy for another person in a specific role and may refer to: Surrogate pregnancy, an arrangement for a woman who agrees...
- compensation may or may not be involved in these arrangements. If the surrogate receives money for the surrogacy the arrangement is considered commercial...
- Surrogates is a 2009 American science fiction mystery film, based on the 2005–2006 comic book series The Surrogates. Directed by Jonathan Mostow, it stars...
- In clinical trials, a surrogate endpoint (or marker) is a measure of effect of a specific treatment that may correlate with a real clinical endpoint but...
- **** surrogates, sometimes referred to as surrogate partners, are practitioners trained in addressing issues of intimacy and ****uality. A surrogate partner...
- A surrogate key (or synthetic key, entity identifier, system-generated key, database sequence number, factless key, technical key, or arbitrary unique...
- Surrogate advertising is a form of advertising which is used to promote banned products, like cigarettes and alcohol, in the disguise of another product...
- A surrogate model is an engineering method used when an outcome of interest cannot be easily directly measured, so a model of the outcome is used instead...
- Surrogate (from Lat. surrogare, to substitute for), a deputy of a bishop or an ecclesiastical judge, acting in the absence of his prin****l and strictly...
- As a literary technique, an author surrogate is a fictional character based on the author. On occasion, authors insert themselves under their own name...