lab·o·ra·to·ry / ˈlabrəˌtôrē/ • n. (pl. -ries) a room or building equipped for scientific experiments, research, or teaching, or for the manufacture of drugs or chemicals: pepsin can be extracted in the laboratory [with adj.] a film processing laboratory [as adj.] a laboratory technician. ∎ [as adj.] (of an animal) bred for or used in experiments in laboratories: studies on laboratory rats.
Laboratory ★ 1980
Things go awry when the earthling subjects of an alien experiment revolt against their captors. 93m/ C VHS . Camille Mitchell, Martin Kove, Ken Washington, Corinne Michel; D: Allan Sandler, Bob Emenegger; W: Steve Marshall, Allan Sandler.
Abbrev. lab XIX.