Noun(1) (chemistry(2) a neutral zone between two rival powers that is created in order to diminish the danger of conflict(3) an inclined metal frame at the front of a locomotive to clear the track(4) (computer science(5) a power tool used to buff surfaces(6) a cushion-like device that reduces shock due to an impact(7) an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block; used for polishing (as in manicuring
Verb(1) add a buffer (a solution(2) protect from impact
Adjective(1) of the yellowish-beige color of buff leather
(1) I believe that historical forces push us into conflict and without the law as a buffer between people, we would have a world of vendetta, a world of violence, a world of chaos.(2) print speed is boosted by pages being formatted in a buffer while another is printing(3) In the 1990s, the company sought to diversify its assets to buffer sagging rail business, which included buying Vancouver Wharves and Canadian Stevedoring.(4) But democracy is more than just an idea; it requires an intricate network of institutions; it needs a civil society to act as a buffer between the people and power.(5) a distinguished old buffer(6) family and friends can provide a buffer against stress(7) Much like a cache, the buffer is a data area between the requests being sent to the hard disk, and the data stored on the disk itself.(8) So easy to read; why, then, does Harris feel the need to buffer each story with a short introduction?(9) Neat salicylic acid is too tough on stomachs, so scientists had to find a way to buffer it.(10) He has always emphasised the need to protect those on fixed incomes and has instructed successive governments to do their utmost to buffer them against the strains of economic reform.(11) Furthermore, the seclusion of women within marriage and family life allows them to buffer the psychological shocks and reverses associated with industrial life.(12) West African authorities spoke Saturday of the force deploying fairly quickly, with the aim of serving as a buffer between rebels and government.(13) It can be a shield too, surely, a buffer between the committing of an act and its execution.(14) Mangroves buffer mainland areas from the strong storms that routinely hit tropical coasts and are natural protection areas for sea life and birds.(15) The data processing device may further include a write buffer for storing write data.(16) the massage helped to buffer the strain
(1) buffer zone :: buffersone
1. cushion ::
2. fender ::
3. pilot ::
5. buff ::
6. buffer zone ::
7. buffer storage ::
8. shield ::
9. cushion ::
Different Formsbuffer, buffered, buffering, buffers
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