Noun(1) (nontechnical usage(2) a body having finite mass and internal structure but negligible dimensions(3) a function word that can be used in English to form phrasal verbs
(1) The isochrone, or curve of constant descent, is the curve along which a particle will descend under gravity from any point to the bottom in exactly the same time, no matter what the starting point.(2) Such a particle would generally be included in a grammar in a post-compositional pragmatic component, but, surprisingly, like also affects basic semantic attributes.(3) If no special emphasis is employed, the adverbial particle in a phrasal verb proper is stressed: to pÔö£┬íck Ôö£Ôòæp a bÔö£Ôöéok/pÔö£┬íck a bÔö£Ôöéok Ôö£Ôòæp.(4) At that time he made the claim, for the first time, that the particle had zero mass.(5) he agrees without hearing the least particle of evidence(6) Electrical power can be related to the Planck constant, defined as the ratio between the frequency of an electromagnetic particle such as a photon of light and its energy.(7) In 1687 Leibniz asked for the curve along which a particle may descend under gravity so that it moves equal vertical distances in equal times.(8) The third shared feature is that where there is more than one particle accompanying a verb, the particles always have a fixed order before the verb: tense-mood-aspect.(9) Since it's not credible that he was having trouble remembering his own last name, I concluded that he often used a filled pause as a sort of emphatic particle .(10) The springs' colors changed, too, as minute particles of broken rock muddied the waters.(11) His entire body was caked with minute particles of dried salt, and it was beginning to drive his Sentinel sense of touch off the irritation scale.(12) The view which I am so bold to put forth considers radiation as a high species of vibration in the lines of force which are known to connect particles , and also masses of matter together.(13) If you want to do a little more thinking, start with particles of matter.(14) Direct copying of qubits is prohibited by the rules of quantum mechanics, nature's instruction book for the smallest particles of matter.(15) Cloud seeding is a snowmaking technique that discharges minute particles of a chemical called iodide into winter storm clouds to create snow.(16) Here, he asserts that ultimate components of reality are ├ö├ç├┐events├ö├ç├û, not particles of matter.
(1) particle board :: deeltjie raad
2. iota ::
3. subatomic particle ::
4. atom ::
Different Formsantiparticle, antiparticles, particle, particles
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