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Angewohnheit {f}; Gewohnheit {f}; Gepflogenheit {f}
Angewohnheiten {pl}; Gewohnheiten {pl}; Gepflogenheiten {pl}
aus Gewohnheit
Macht {f} der Gewohnheit
die Angewohnheit haben zu; die Gewohnheit haben zu
mit einer Gewohnheit brechen; sich etw. abgewöhnen
zur Gewohnheit werden
habit
habits
by habit
force of habit
to be in the habit of
to break a habit
to grow into a habit; to become a habit
Angewohnheit {f}, Gewohnheit {f}, Gepflogenheit {f}
Angewohnheiten {pl}, Gewohnheiten {pl}, Gepflogenheiten {pl}
aus Gewohnheit
die Angewohnheit haben zu, die Gewohnheit haben zu
mit einer Gewohnheit brechen, sich etw. abgewöhnen
zur Gewohnheit werden
habit
habits
by habit
to be in the habit of
to break a habit
to grow into a habit, to become a habit
Gewohnheit {f}
usualness
Gewohnheit
custom
Gewohnheit
habit
Gewohnheit
habitualness
Gewohnheit
usualness
Gewohnheit {f}
habitualness
Gewohnheit
consuetude
aus Gewohnheit
by habit
Gewohnheit {f}
consuetude
die Gewohnheit angenommen
took to
die Gewohnheit annehmen
to take to
die Gewohnheit haben zu
to be in the habit of
die Gewohnheit annehmen
take to
Gewohnheit, Brauch
custom
Macht der Gewohnheit
force of habit
Beschaffenheit, Gewohnheit
habit
die Gewohnheit haben zu
be in the habit of
eine Gewohnheit übernehmen
assume a habit
Gepflogenheit {f}; Gewohnheit {f}; Angewohnheit {f}
wont
eine Gewohnheit annehmen
acquire a habit
eine Gewohnheit herausbilden
form a habit
Praxis, Uebung, Gewohnheit
practice
Praxis, Anwendung, Gewohnheit
practice
Gepflogenheit {f}, Gewohnheit {f}, Angewohnheit {f}
wont
Es ist wohl eine Sache der Gewohnheit.
i dare say it's only a matter of habit.
gewohnheitsmäßig; traditionell; üblich; der Gewohnheit folgend {adj}
consuetudinary
unschön; ungut; unappetitlich {adj} [übtr.]
ein unschöner Zug (von jdm.)
die ungute Gewohnheit haben anderen ständig zu widersprechen
unendearing
an unendearing trait
to have the unendearing habit of contradicting others all the time
sich angewöhnen etw. zu tun; es sich zur Gewohnheit machen etw. zu tun {vr}
to make it a habit to do sth.; to make a habit of doing sth.
unangenehm; unliebsam; hässlich; gräßlich; scheußlich; garstig {adj}
die unangenehme Gewohnheit sich zu wiederholen
einen bitteren Nachgeschmack hinterlassen [übtr.]
Er hatte einen scheußlichen Unfall.
nasty
a nasty habit of repeating yourself
to leave a nasty taste in the mouth [fig.]
He had a nasty accident.
einer Sache zuträglich förderlich sein (Dinge)
Die Bibliothek bietet eine lernfördernde Atmosphäre.
Das soziale Umfeld war der Verbreitung der neuen Religion förderlich.
Diese Gewohnheit ist seiner Gesundheit nicht gerade zuträglich.
to be congenial to sth.
The library offers an atmosphere congenial to learning.
The social environment was congenial to the diffusion of the new religion.
This habit isn't exactly congenial to his health.
Gewohnheit {f}; Gepflogenheit {f}; Sitte {f}; Brauch {m}; Usus {m}
Gewohnheiten {pl}; Gepflogenheiten {pl}; Sitten {pl}; Bräuche {pl}
Sitten und Gebräuche
nach altem Brauch
Bräuche von einst
custom; consuetude [Scot.]
customs
habits and customs
in accordance with ancient custom; in accordance by ancient custom
customs of yore
Sitte {f}, Gewohnheit {f}, Brauch {m}, Gepflogenheit {f}, Usus {m}
Sitten {pl}, Gewohnheiten {pl}, Bräuche {pl}, Gepflogenheiten {pl}
Sitten und Gebräuche
nach altem Brauch
Bräuche von einst
custom
customs
habits and customs
in accordance with ancient custom, in accordance by ancient custom
customs of yore
Fehler {m} (schlechter Charakterzug schlechte Gewohnheit einer Person) [soc.]
Er hat so seine Fehler aber alles in allem ist er sehr nett.
Sie mag viele Fehler haben aber Unehrlichkeit gehört nicht dazu.
Der Fehler den der begeisterte Lehrer gerne macht ist zu früh einzugreifen.
fault (bad character feature misguided habit of a person)
He has his faults but on the whole he is very nice.
She may have many faults but dishonesty isn't one of them.
The fault of the keen teacher is to start to intervene too early.
gewohnt, üblich {adj}
üblich werden, Gewohnheit werden
habitual
to become habitual
gewohnt; üblich {adj}
üblich werden; Gewohnheit werden
habitual
to become habitual
sich etw. aneignen; sich etw. zu eigen machen {vr}; etw. annehmen {vt}
sich aneignend; sich zu eigen machend; annehmend
sich angeeignet; sich zu eigen gemacht; angenommen
eine Gewohnheit annehmen
to acquire sth.
acquiring
acquired
to acquire a habit
jds. Art {f}; jds. Gewohnheit {f} [soc.]
eingefahrene Ansichten Gewohnheiten haben
in eingefahrenen Ansichten Gewohnheiten feststecken verweilen
sich von Grund auf ändern; sich bessern
jdn. von Grund auf ändern; jdn. umkrempeln
auf Abwege geraten
Das ist so seine Art.
Es ist nicht meine Art gleich aufzugeben.
Sich mischte sich in das Gespräch ein wie es ihre Art war.
Jeder ist auf seine Art etwas Besonderes.
sb.'s way; sb.'s ways
to be set in your ways
to get set in your ways
to change mend your ways
to change sb.'s ways
to get fall slip into bad ways
That's just his way.
It is not my way to give up easily.
She butted in on the conversation as was her way.
Everyone is special in their own way.; Everyone is special in his or her own way.

Deutsche Synonyme für Gewohnheit

gewohnheit  
Angewohnheit  Gepflogenheit  Gewohnheit  
aus  Gewohnheit  gewohnheitsmäßig  habituell  notorisch  
Brauch  Gepflogenheit  Gewohnheit  Konvention  Regel  Sitte  Usus  

Englische Synonyme für habit

habit  a habit  accouter  acquired tolerance  acute alcoholism  addictedness  addiction  alcoholism  amphetamine withdrawal symptoms  apparel  array  attire  attitude  automatism  bad habit  barbiturate addiction  barbiturism  bedizenment  bent  bib and tucker  body-build  brand  caparison  cast  chain smoking  character  characteristic  characteristics  chronic alcoholism  clothes  clothing  cocainism  complexion  composition  compulsion  constituents  constitution  convention  costume  crash  crasis  craving  creature of habit  custom  dependence  dharma  diathesis  dipsomania  disguise  disposition  drapery  dress  dressing  drug addiction  drug culture  drug dependence  duds  equip  ethos  fashion  fatigues  feathers  fiber  fig  fit  fit out  force of habit  frame  frame of mind  frock  garb  garments  gear  genius  grain  guise  habiliment  habiliments  habit pattern  habituation  habitude  hue  humor  humors  idiosyncrasy  ilk  inclination  investiture  investment  kind  linen  livery  makeup  manner  mannerism  masquerade  minauderie  mode  mold  nature  nicotine addiction  outfit  pattern  peculiar trait  peculiarity  penchant  physical dependence  physique  policy  practice  praxis  predisposition  proclivity  propensity  property  psychological dependence  quality  quirk  rags  raiment  regalia  rig  rig out  rig up  robes  routine  rule  second nature  somatotype  sort  spirit  sportswear  stamp  stereotype  stereotyped behavior  streak  stripe  style  suchness  suit  system  temper  temperament  tendency  tenor  threads  togs  toilette  tolerance  tone  trademark  trick  trick of behavior  trim  turn out  type  uniform  usage  use  vein  vestment  vestments  vesture  way  wear  wearing apparel  withdrawal sickness  withdrawal symptoms  wont  
habitat  abode  alentours  ambience  ambit  bailiwick  borderlands  circle  circuit  circumambiencies  circumjacencies  circumstances  compass  context  domain  element  entourage  environing circumstances  environment  environs  gestalt  haunt  home  locale  locality  milieu  native environment  neighborhood  outposts  outskirts  perimeter  periphery  precincts  purlieus  range  realm  site  situation  stamping ground  suburbs  surroundings  terrain  territory  total environment  vicinage  vicinity  
habitation  abiding place  abode  address  apartment  cantonment  colonization  commorancy  crash pad  crib  digs  domicile  domiciliation  domus  dwelling  dwelling place  fireside  flat  haunt  haven  hearth  hearthstone  home  homestead  house  housing  inhabitancy  inhabitation  lodging  lodging place  lodgment  nest  nook  occupancy  occupation  pad  peopling  place  place to live  quarters  residence  residency  roof  rooftree  roost  seat  settlement  sojourning  tenement  
habitual  accepted  accustomed  addicted  arranged  automatic  average  beaten  businesslike  chronic  common  commonplace  confirmed  constant  continual  conventional  current  customary  established  everyday  familiar  fixed  formal  frequent  frequentative  habituated  hackneyed  hardened  harmonious  household  in hand  ingrained  instinctive  inveterate  involuntary  many  many times  methodical  natural  normal  normative  not rare  of common occurrence  oft-repeated  oftentime  ordered  orderly  ordinary  perpetual  persistent  popular  predominating  prescriptive  prevailing  prevalent  recurrent  recurring  regular  regulation  repetitive  ritual  rooted  routine  set  settled  standard  steady  stereotyped  stock  symmetrical  systematic  thick-coming  traditional  trite  uniform  universal  usual  vernacular  well-ordered  well-regulated  well-trodden  well-worn  wonted  
habitually  again and again  as a rule  as per usual  as things go  as usual  chiefly  chronically  commonly  consistently  customarily  frequently  generally  in many instances  inveterately  mainly  many a time  many times  most often  mostly  naturally  normally  normatively  not infrequently  not seldom  oft  often  often enough  oftentimes  ofttimes  ordinarily  persistently  prescriptively  recurringly  regularly  repeatedly  repetitively  routinely  to be expected  unseldom  usually  whenever you wish  wontedly  
habituate  acclimate  acclimatize  accommodate  accustom  adapt  addict  adjust  bear  break  break in  case harden  condition  confirm  domesticate  domesticize  endure  establish  familiarize  fix  gentle  harden  housebreak  inure  naturalize  orient  orientate  season  support  take to  tame  tolerate  train  use  wont  
habituation  a habit  acclimation  acclimatization  accommodation  accustoming  acquired tolerance  acute alcoholism  adaption  addictedness  addiction  adjustment  alcoholism  amphetamine withdrawal symptoms  barbiturate addiction  barbiturism  breaking  breaking-in  case hardening  chain smoking  chronic alcoholism  cocainism  conditioning  crash  craving  dependence  dipsomania  domestication  drug addiction  drug culture  drug dependence  familiarization  hardening  housebreaking  inurement  naturalization  nicotine addiction  orientation  physical dependence  psychological dependence  seasoning  taming  tolerance  training  withdrawal sickness  withdrawal symptoms  
habitue  aficionado  attender  audience  buff  caller  company  customer  denizen  devotee  employer  fan  freeloader  frequenter  gate-crasher  guest  haunter  hound  lover  moocher  patron  regular  regular customer  sojourner  spectator  theatergoer  uninvited guest  user  visitant  visitor  votary  

Lexikoneinträge für habit / habits / by habit / force of habit / to be in the habit of / to break a habit / to grow into a habit; to become a habit

Break (v. t.) To strain apart
Break (v. t.) To lay open as by breaking
Break (v. t.) To lay open, as a purpose
Break (v. t.) To infringe or violate, as an obligation, law, or promise.
Break (v. t.) To interrupt
Break (v. t.) To destroy the completeness of
Break (v. t.) To destroy the arrangement of
Break (v. t.) To shatter to pieces
Break (v. t.) To exchange for other money or currency of smaller denomination
Break (v. t.) To destroy the strength, firmness, or consistency of
Break (v. t.) To weaken or impair, as health, spirit, or mind.
Break (v. t.) To diminish the force of
Break (v. t.) To impart, as news or information
Break (v. t.) To tame
Break (v. t.) To destroy the financial credit of
Break (v. t.) To destroy the official character and standing of
Break (v. i.) To come apart or divide into two or more pieces, usually with suddenness and violence
Break (v. i.) To open spontaneously, or by pressure from within, as a bubble, a tumor, a seed vessel, a bag.
Break (v. i.) To burst forth
Break (v. i.) To burst forth violently, as a storm.
Break (v. i.) To open up
Break (v. i.) To become weakened in constitution or faculties
Break (v. i.) To be crushed, or overwhelmed with sorrow or grief
Break (v. i.) To fall in business
Break (v. i.) To make an abrupt or sudden change
Break (v. i.) To fail in musical quality
Break (v. i.) To fall out
Break (v. t.) An opening made by fracture or disruption.
Break (v. t.) An interruption of continuity
Break (v. t.) A projection or recess from the face of a building.
Break (v. t.) An opening or displacement in the circuit, interrupting the electrical current.
Break (v. t.) An interruption
Break (v. t.) An interruption in continuity in writing or printing, as where there is an omission, an unfilled line, etc.
Break (v. t.) The first appearing, as of light in the morning
Break (v. t.) A large four-wheeled carriage, having a straight body and calash top, with the driver's seat in front and the footman's behind.
Break (v. t.) A device for checking motion, or for measuring friction. See Brake, n. 9 & 10.
Break (n.) See Commutator.
Break-circuit (n.) A key or other device for breaking an electrical circuit.
Break-up (n.) Disruption
Force (v. t.) To stuff
Force (n.) A waterfall
Force (n.) Strength or energy of body or mind
Force (n.) Power exerted against will or consent
Force (n.) Strength or power for war
Force (n.) Strength or power exercised without law, or contrary to law, upon persons or things
Force (n.) Validity
Force (n.) Any action between two bodies which changes, or tends to change, their relative condition as to rest or motion
Force (n.) To constrain to do or to forbear, by the exertion of a power not resistible
Force (n.) To compel, as by strength of evidence
Force (n.) To do violence to
Force (n.) To obtain or win by strength
Force (n.) To impel, drive, wrest, extort, get, etc., by main strength or violence
Force (n.) To put in force
Force (n.) To exert to the utmost
Force (n.) To compel (an adversary or partner) to trump a trick by leading a suit of which he has none.
Force (n.) To provide with forces
Force (n.) To allow the force of
Force (v. i.) To use violence
Force (v. i.) To make a difficult matter of anything
Force (v. i.) To be of force, importance, or weight
Force pump () A pump having a solid piston, or plunger, for drawing and forcing a liquid, as water, through the valves
Force pump () A pump adapted for delivering water at a considerable height above the pump, or under a considerable pressure
Grow (v. i.) To increase in size by a natural and organic process
Grow (v. i.) To increase in any way
Grow (v. i.) To spring up and come to matturity in a natural way
Grow (v. i.) To pass from one state to another
Grow (v. i.) To become attached of fixed
Grow (v. t.) To cause to grow
Habit (n.) The usual condition or state of a person or thing, either natural or acquired, regarded as something had, possessed, and firmly retained
Habit (n.) The general appearance and manner of life of a living organism.
Habit (n.) Fixed or established custom
Habit (n.) Outward appearance
Habit (n.) To inhabit.
Habit (n.) To dress
Habit (n.) To accustom
To-break (v. t.) To break completely
Wind-break (v. t.) To break the wind of
Wind-break (n.) A clump of trees serving for a protection against the force of wind.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

tour de force a masterly or brilliant feat
break breakout
jailbreak
gaolbreak
prisonbreak
prison-breaking
an escape from jail, the breakout was carefully planned
drive thrust
driving force
the act of applying force to propel something, after reaching the desired velocity the drive is cut off
force out
force-out
force play
force
a putout of a base runner who is required to run, the putout is accomplished by holding the ball while touching the base to which the runner must advance before the runner reaches that base, the shortstop got the runner at second on a force
open frame
break
any frame in which a bowler fails to make a strike or spare, the break in the eighth frame cost him the match
fast break (basketball) a rapid dash to get a shot as soon as possible after taking possession of the ball
break a sudden dash, he made a break for the open door
breakage
break
breaking
the act of breaking something, the breakage was unavoidable
break interruption
disruption gap
an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity, it was presented without commercial breaks, there was a gap in his account
habit use (psychology) an automatic pattern of behavior in reaction to a specific situation, may be inherited or acquired through frequent repetition, owls have nocturnal habits, she had a habit twirling the ends of her hair, long use had hardened him to it
break break of serve (tennis) a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving, he was up two breaks in the second set
break the opening shot that scatters the balls in billiards or pool
break dancing
break dance
a form of solo dancing that involves rapid acrobatic moves in which different parts of the body touch the ground, normally performed to the rhythm of rap music
housebreaking
break-in
breaking and entering
trespassing for an unlawful purpose, illegal entrance into premises with criminal intent
substance abuse
drug abuse
habit
excessive use of drugs
violence force an act of aggression (as one against a person who resists), he may accomplish by craft in the long run what he cannot do by force and violence in the short one
reconnaissance in force an offensive operation designed to discover or test the enemy's strength (or to obtain other information)
respite
recess
break time out
a pause from doing something (as work), we took a -minute break, he took time out to recuperate
spring break a week or more of recess during the spring term at school
Air Force Research Laboratory
AFRL
a United States Air Force defense laboratory responsible for discovering and developing and integrating fighting technologies for aerospace forces
break seal a seal that must be broken when first used and cannot easily be resealed, it was stored in a tube with a break seal
force pump pump used to force a liquid up and expel it under pressure
habit a distinctive attire worn by a member of a religious order
habit riding habit attire that is typically worn by a horseback rider (especially a woman's attire)
lubricating system
force-feed lubricating system
force feed
pressure-feed lubricating system
pressure feed
mechanical system of lubricating internal combustion engines in which a pump forces oil into the engine bearings
monastic habit a long loose habit worn by monks in a monastery
nun's habit a long loose habit worn by nuns in a convent
effect force (of a law) having legal validity, the law is still in effect
force
forcefulness
strength
physical energy or intensity, he hit with all the force he could muster, it was destroyed by the strength of the gale, a government has not the vitality and forcefulness of a living man
force a powerful effect or influence, the force of his eloquence easily persuaded them
habit
wont
an established custom, it was their habit to dine at every evening
break an abrupt change in the tone or register of the voice (as at puberty or due to emotion), then there was a break in her voice
rupture
breach
break severance
rift
falling out
a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions), they hoped to avoid a break in relations
act of God
force majeure
vis major
inevitable accident
unavoidable casualty
a natural and unavoidable catastrophe that interrupts the expected course of events, he discovered that his house was not insured against acts of God
break good luck
happy chance
an unexpected piece of good luck, he finally got his big break
break the occurrence of breaking, the break in the dam threatened the valley
interruption
break
some abrupt occurrence that interrupts an ongoing activity, the telephone is an annoying interruption, there was a break in the action when a player was hurt
service break a tennis game won on the opponent's service
coffee break
tea break
a snack taken during a break in the work day, a ten-minute coffee break, the British have tea breaks
Force formed in as a personal security force for Arafat and other PLO leaders, became one of PLO's elite units, has built an extensive infrastructure of terrorist cells and weapon depots in Europe while attacking Israeli targets
Irish National Liberation Army
INLA
People's Liberation Army
People's Republican Army
Catholic Reaction Force
a radical terrorist group dedicated to the removal of British forces from Northern Ireland and the unification of Ireland
Loyalist Volunteer Force a terrorist group formed in in Northern Ireland, seeks to prevent the peace process, murders Catholics and any Protestant leaders who favor peace
United Self-Defense Force of Colombia
United Self-Defense Group of Colombia
Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia
AUC
a terrorist organization in Colombia formed in as an umbrella for local and regional paramilitary groups, is financed by earnings from narcotics and serves to protect the economic interests of its members, the AUC conducted over assassinations in one year
defense defence defense force
defence force
an organization of defenders that provides resistance against attack, he joined the defense against invasion
sales department
sales division
sales force
the division of a business that is responsible for selling products or services
labor force
labor pool
the source of trained people from which workers can be hired
task force a temporary military unit formed to accomplish a particular objective
United States Air Force Academy
US Air Force Academy
a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Air Force
Royal Air Force
RAF
the airforce of Great Britain
air force
airforce
the airborne branch of a country's armed forces
United States Air Force
U. S. Air Force
US Air Force
Air Force USAF
the airforce of the United States of America, the agency that defends the United States through control and exploitation of air and space
Air Force Space Command
AFSPC
a command of the United States Air Force that is responsible for defending the United States through its space and intercontinental ballistic missile operations
Air Force Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Air Force ISR
AFISR
an agency focused on ensuring that the United States military attains information superiority, operates worldwide ground sites and an array of airborne reconnaissance and surveillance platforms
guerrilla force
guerilla force
an irregular armed force that fights by sabotage and harassment, often rural and organized in large groups
military unit
military force
military group
force
a unit that is part of some military service, he sent Caesar a force of six thousand men
paramilitary
paramilitary force
paramilitary unit
paramilitary organization
paramilitary organisation
a group of civilians organized in a military fashion (especially to operate in place of or to assist regular army troops)
force a group of people having the power of effective action, he joined forces with a band of adventurers
force
personnel
group of people willing to obey orders, a public force is necessary to give security to the rights of citizens
task force a semipermanent unit created to carry out a continuing task
police
police force
constabulary
law
the force of policemen and officers, the law came looking for him
security force
private security force
a privately employed group hired to protect the security of a business or industry
work force
workforce
manpower
hands
men
the force of workers available
air force academy an academy for training air force officers
Israeli Defense Force
IDF
the ground and air and naval forces of Israel
electromotive series
electromotive force series
electrochemical series
a serial arrangement of metallic elements or ions according to their electrode potentials determined under specified conditions, the order shows the tendency of one metal to reduce the ions of any other metal below it in the series
moral force
dynamic
an efficient incentive, they hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches
fault
faulting
geological fault
shift
fracture
break
(geology) a crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other, they built it right over a geological fault, he studied the faulting of the earth's crust
air force officer
commander
an officer in the airforce
power
force
one possessing or exercising power or influence or authority, the mysterious presence of an evil power, may the force be with you, the forces of evil
aerodynamic force forces acting on airfoils in motion relative to the air (or other gaseous fluids)
attraction
attractive force
the force by which one object attracts another
repulsion
repulsive force
the force by which bodies repel one another
centrifugal force the outward force on a body moving in a curved path around another body
centripetal force the inward force on a body moving in a curved path around another body
Coriolis force (physics) a force due to the earth's rotation, acts on a body in motion (airplane or projectile) in a rotating reference frame, in a rotating frame of reference Newton's second law of motion can be made to apply if in addition to the real forces acting on a body a Coriolis force and a centrifugal force are introduced
field
field of force
force field
the space around a radiating body within which its electromagnetic oscillations can exert force on another similar body not in contact with it
line of force
field line
an imaginary line in a field of force, direction of the line at any point is the direction of the force at that point
electrical line of force a line of force in an electrical field
magnetic line of force a line of force in a magnetic field
force (physics) the influence that produces a change in a physical quantity, force equals mass times acceleration
gravity
gravitation
gravitational attraction
gravitational force
(physics) the force of attraction between all masses in the universe, especially the attraction of the earth's mass for bodies near its surface, the more remote the body the less the gravity, the gravitation between two bodies is proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them, gravitation cannot be held responsible for people falling in love--Albert Einstein
Lorentz force the force experienced by a point charge moving along a wire that is in a magnetic field, the force is at right angles to both the current and the magnetic field, the Lorentz force can be used to suspend a currentarrying object between two magnets
magnetism
magnetic attraction
magnetic force
attraction for iron, associated with electric currents as well as magnets, characterized by fields of force
pressure
pressure level
force per unit area
the force applied to a unit area of surface, measured in pascals (SI unit) or in dynes (cgs unit), the compressed gas exerts an increased pressure
drag
retarding force
the phenomenon of resistance to motion through a fluid
strong interaction
strong force
color force
(physics) the interaction that binds protons and neutrons together in the nuclei of atoms, mediated by gluons
weak interaction
weak force
(physics) an interaction between elementary particles involving neutrinos or antineutrinos that is responsible for certain kinds of radioactive decay, mediated by intermediate vector bosons
voltage electromotive force
emf
the rate at which energy is drawn from a source that produces a flow of electricity in a circuit, expressed in volts
magnetomotive force the force that produces magnetic flux
life force
vital force
vitality
elan vital
(biology) a hypothetical force (not physical or chemical) once thought by Henri Bergson to cause the evolution and development of organisms
breakax
breakaxe
break-axe
Sloanea jamaicensis
West Indian timber tree having very hard wood
tax benefit
tax break
a tax deduction that is granted in order to encourage a particular type of commercial activity
habit the general form or mode of growth (especially of a plant or crystal), a shrub of spreading habit
force unit a unit of measurement of physical force
magnetomotive force unit a unit of measurement of magnetomotive force
g gee
g-force
a unit of force equal to the force exerted by gravity, used to indicate the force to which a body is subjected when it is accelerated
fracture
break
breaking of hard tissue such as bone, it was a nasty fracture, the break seems to have been caused by a fall
c dawn
dawning
morning aurora
first light
daybreak
break of day
break of the day
dayspring
sunrise
sunup
cockcrow a
the first light of day, we got up before dawn, they talked until morning
pause
intermission
break
interruption
suspension
a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something
force out emit or cause to move with force of effort, force out the air, force out the splinter

 

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