Frictionless \Fric"tion*less\, a. Having no friction. [1913 Webster]

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  • frictionless — adjective Of or pertaining to lack of friction. It would last many years because of its frictionless bearings …   Wiktionary

  • frictionless — friction ► NOUN 1) the resistance that one surface or object encounters when moving over another. 2) the action of one surface or object rubbing against another. 3) conflict or disagreement. DERIVATIVES frictional adjective frictionless adjective …   English terms dictionary

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  • frictionless — adjective see friction …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • frictionless — Synonyms and related words: accordant, agreeable, agreeing, akin, amicable, at one, attuned, compatible, concordant, congenial, corresponding, easy flowing, easy running, empathetic, empathic, en rapport, harmonious, in accord, in concert, in… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • frictionless — fric·tion·less || frɪkʃnlɪs adj. without friction …   English contemporary dictionary

  • frictionless — fric·tion·less …   English syllables

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  • Frictionless market — A Frictionless market is a financial market without transaction costs.[1] Friction is a type of market incompleteness. Every complete market is frictionless, but the converse does not hold. In a frictionless market the solvency cone is the… …   Wikipedia

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