**supergravity** — [so͞o΄pər grav′ə tē] n. Physics any unified field theory that attempts to combine the force of gravity with the other fundamental forces of nature … English World dictionary

**Supergravity** — In theoretical physics, supergravity (supergravity theory) is a field theory that combines the principles of supersymmetry and general relativity. Together, these imply that, in supergravity, the supersymmetry is a local symmetry (in contrast to… … Wikipedia

**supergravity** — /sooh peuhr grav i tee/, n. Physics. See under supersymmetry. [1975 80; SUPER + GRAVITY] * * * ▪ physics a type of quantum field theory of elementary subatomic particles (subatomic particle) and their interactions that is based on the… … Universalium

**supergravity** — supergravitacija statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. supergravity vok. Supergravitation, f rus. супергравитация, f pranc. supergravitation, f … Fizikos terminų žodynas

**supergravity** — noun A field theory combining supersymmetry and general relativity … Wiktionary

**supergravity** — su·per·gravity … English syllables

**supergravity** — su•per•grav•i•ty [[t]ˌsu pərˈgræv ɪ ti[/t]] n. phs any supersymmetric theory of gravitation • Etymology: 1970–75 … From formal English to slang

**supergravity** — ˌ noun Etymology: super + gravity (I) : any of various theories in physics that are based on supersymmetry and attempt to unify general relativity and quantum theory and that state that the principal transmitter of gravity is the graviton … Useful english dictionary

**Gauged supergravity** — is a supergravity theory in which some R symmetry is gauged such that the gravitinos (superpartners of the graviton) are charged with respect to the gauge fields. Consistency of the supersymmetry transformation often requiresthe presence of the… … Wikipedia

**Conformal supergravity** — In theoretical physics, conformal supergravity is the study of the supersymmetrized version of conformal gravity with Weyl transformations. Equivalently, it s the extension of ordinary supergravity to include Weyl transformations. Often,… … Wikipedia