Meaning of cell-like in English:

cell-like

adjective

See cell

‘Tiny, cell-like structures were built to accommodate the women, along with a new chapel.’
  • ‘Platelets are tiny cell-like disks that collect and form blood clots at the site of an injury.’
  • ‘The ‘zone’ also describes the cell-like structure of mobile phone networks themselves, explored very effectively in the work of Dunne & Raby at the RCA.’
  • ‘The extremists who carried out the atrocity are certainly organised into cell-like structures, that leave them hermetically sealed from infiltration.’
  • ‘Since most of the action happens in one cell-like room, the initial terrifying car ride through the city is critical in establishing the wider political and social context of the film.’