In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Physics Mathematicsdimensión feminine
- How do we know there are three dimensions of space?
- Until 1893, when the forerunner of the Badminton Association of England was formed, there were no laws governing the size of court dimensions, numbers of players or scoring.
- By measuring the proportional dimensions of the metacarpal, investigators can sometimes determine the gender of the owner.
- Our cell ran about six feet in all dimensions, width, length, and height.
- They wanted exciting space combat in three dimensions against enemy craft that exhibited some degree of tactical guile.
- Adjust the machine for your height and body dimensions to ensure that you're pushing through a comfortable yet strong angle.
- Cubic measurements take all three dimensions into consideration - width, length and height.
- When we say ‘compounded,’ that includes the dimensions of space and time.
- Imagine how much fun it will be to learn history by surfing through both time and space dimensions in history.
- It cited each bag's maximum dimensions and specified the weight of each suitcase could not exceed 70 pounds.
- My own talk was on the good reasons we have for suspecting that there may be more than three dimensions of space.
- In this case the gutter-like structure survives a projection onto just two dimensions of folding space.
- However, to a being of three dimensions of space and one of time, it appears as an infinite void.
- These pictures were extravagant in size, being four foot by four foot in dimension.
- Binocular vision affords depth perception, multiple dimensions, and the ability to appreciate opposites simultaneously.
- And why cannot we move about in Time as we move about in the other dimensions of Space?
- Fundamentally, we can determine the CTE of a material by measuring the change in dimension and the accompanying change in temperature.
- As the final dimensions measure a mere 1.2 x 0.7 x 0.2 metres, two of these cases could be transported easily in the back of a car.
- It emerged that each has somehow come up with different dimensions for the same size, with no two agreeing on what constitutes a 10, 12 or 14.
- Outlines may be captured as rectangular coordinates or Fourier coefficients and, even when non-fractal, analysed in terms of fractal dimensions.
- The analogy confines the three space dimensions we can see to merely the 3 - D surface of the 4 - D balloon.
- You score points by assessing the position of your knights on the castles, multiplying a knight's vertical position by the spatial dimensions of the structure.
- These structures in the case of water are in four dimensions (three of space and one of time).
- Although John might not have been aware of dimension theory, he realized, in effect, that Christ had transcended the dimensions of time and space.
- It's commonly said that urban warfare takes place in three dimensions - whereas surface warfare or desert warfare takes place in just two.
- Entries will be strictly limited to a maximum of 600 mm in their greatest dimension i.e. length, breadth or height.
- If rolled up in this way in only one of the three dimensions of space this would correspond to a sheet being glued along two edges to form a cylinder.
- We took the maximum height dimension from the bottom of the car rather than the top surface of the sidepod so we gave everybody the same chance.
- Explicit formulas in terms of dimensions of the figures can be deduced from these theorems.
- Divide as above and voila, you have your fractal dimension.
- The dim, candlelit interior contrives to make them shift in dimension and depth; new nooks appear wherever you look, some of them illusions created by subtle mirrors.
- One such plan consisted of building three metal rings around a planet, and setting them in motion, one ring moving in each of the three dimensions of space.
- This analogy has a problem, however, in that one tends to be aware that the two-dimensional surface is embedded in the three dimensions of our ordinary space.
- I measured the focal snails' final shell dimensions and dissected them to determine their sex and prevalence of parasitic infection.
- These curves are cuts through a curved surface in three dimensions as shown in Fig.5 B, and first hinted at in the simpler surface of Fig.1.
- No formal size standard exists for women's apparel; a size 6 in one store may have completely different dimensions from a size 6 in another.
- However, because space is curved by the mass of the black hole, it turns out that the only way we could see the entire curvature would be to picture it in a flat space with many more dimensions than four!
- Organ size can be determined by absolute dimensions rather than cell number or size.
- The microstructure data show that detergent and temperature can be used to fine-tune the lattice dimensions of the different phases accessed.
- Yes, and Alison's is so rough and so large in dimension, the Luba art so small and finely wrought.
- Use a string to outline the bed's footprint, then measure and record its dimensions, including the wall's proposed height.
- To correct for this error, an adjustment factor was made based upon an analysis of a series of measurements of air volume in samples of different dimensions.
- String theory holds that different modes of vibration reveal themselves in our measly four dimensions of space and time as different particles and forces.
2dimensions plural(size, extent)dimensiones femininea problem of enormous dimensions — un problema de enormes dimensiones
3(aspect)dimensión femininea whole new dimension — una dimensión totalmente nueva
- They have intriguing hooded flowers on tall airy stems that add to the vertical dimension of the garden.
- As such, they feature a major dimension of wildness, the incapacity to share language.
- Therefore the organization of the exhibition during Ramadhan will add a cultural dimension to this holy month.
- A fresh lemony parsley beurre blanc on the side added a sharp dimension to throw the whole dish into relief.
- Schools will have quick and easy access to a wealth of information on developing an international dimension to all aspects of education.
- These gardens are one of the country's most distinctive features, and they add a special dimension to a visitor's enjoyment of Japan.
- The capacity for cultural institutions such as orchestras to help add economic and cultural dimensions to a city or regions is well known.
- The strategy elements add a wonderful dimension, allowing actions to be queued and carried out in succession, with multiple characters at your command.
- These factors add a dimension of ethnic comedy.
- We also seem this winter to be treating patients with more complex conditions requiring greater time in hospital, thereby adding a new dimension to the situation we normally face.
- I also think the book contains a dimension of cultural history, and memoir is a great genre in which to explore connections between the personal and the historical.
- Frequently, happiness studies are lacking a historical as well as a linguistic and a cultural dimension.
- These features gave an extra dimension to their performance, particularly the latter, because each player was able to devote her entire attention to musical matters.
- There are various theories of globalization, some of which emphasize its economic aspects while others focus on its cultural dimensions.
- That is true of politics among nations, the Catholic tradition insisted, even if there are distinctive aspects to the moral dimension of world politics.
- The civilian element adds a realistic dimension to the game, since the people you must protect look a lot like the people trying to kill you.
- However, the situation has difficult ethical dimensions.
- To complete the picture, however, we need to consider the reporter who spins the story on behalf of the candidate's wife, adding a third dimension to the two sides.
- What are these other aspects of the societal dimension of science?
- Those humour-laced lines join to give a new dimension to contemporary situations and personalities.
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