Inverted

  • 1Inverted — In*vert ed, a. [1913 Webster] 1. Changed to a contrary or counterchanged order; reversed; characterized by inversion. [1913 Webster] 2. (Geol.) Situated apparently in reverse order, as strata when folded back upon themselves by upheaval. [1913… …

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  • 2inverted — adj 1) turned upside down or inside out <inverted lumen of the intestine> 2) HOMOSEXUAL …

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  • 3Inverted U — may refer to:* Kuznets curve, an economic theory describing the relationship between income per capita and wealth inequity * Yerkes Dodson law, a concept in Psychology, describing the relationship between arousal and performance …

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  • 4Inverted — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Death Metal Gründung 1991 Auflösung 1998 Gründu …

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  • 5inverted — index disordered, inverse, opposite Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6Inverted — Invert In*vert , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Inverted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Inverting}.] [L. invertere, inversum; pref. in in + vertere to turn. See {Verse}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To turn over; to put upside down; to upset; to place in a contrary order or… …

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  • 7inverted — adjective 1. being in such a position that top and bottom are reversed (Freq. 1) a quotation mark is sometimes called an inverted comma an upside down cake • Syn: ↑upside down • Similar to: ↑turned 2. (of a plant ovul …

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  • 8inverted — adj. Inverted is used with these nouns: ↑snobbery, ↑triangle …

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  • 9inverted — atvirkštinis statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. inverted vok. vertauscht rus. обратный; обращённый pranc. inversé …

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  • 10inverted — adjective a) Changed to a contrary or counterchanged order or direction; characterized by inversion; turned upside down; reversed; opposite; contrary. b) (of a chord) Having the lowest note transposed an octave higher …

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  • 11inverted — Pertaining to chela of first pereiopod of shrimps of genus Beteaus, where movable finger or dactylus is ventral in position [Butler, T.H.] …

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  • 12inverted — Synonyms and related words: arsy varsy, ass over elbows, back to front, backwards, capsized, chiastic, everted, gay, homoerotic, homophile, hyperbatic, inside out, introverted, invaginated, inversed, outside in, palindromic, queer, resupinate,… …

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  • 13inverted — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Turned over completely: capsized, overturned, upset, upside down, upturned. See HORIZONTAL …

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  • 14inverted — in|vert|ed [ ın vɜrtıd ] adjective FORMAL turned in the opposite direction, especially upside down …

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  • 15inverted — in·vert·ed || ɪn vÉœrtɪd / vɜːt adj. reversed, turned inside out, turned upside down, transposed in·vert || ɪn vÉœrt / vɜːt n. turning over; homosexual; reversal, reversed colors on a screen (Computers) v. reverse; reverse order; turn… …

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  • 16Inverted nun — נון הפוכה ׆ ׆ וַיְהִי compare with brackets [׆ וַיְהִי ... יִשְׂרָאֵל ׆] …

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  • 17Inverted spectrum — is the apparent possibility of two people sharing their colour vocabulary and discriminations, although the colours one sees mdash; their qualia mdash; are systematically different from the colours the other person sees. The argument dates back… …

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  • 18Inverted Jenny — korrekter Druck …

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  • 19Inverted snub dodecadodecahedron — Type Uniform star polyhedron Elements F = 84, E = 150 V = 60 (χ = −6) Faces by sides 60{3}+12{5}+12{5/2} …

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  • 20Inverted sugar syrup — is a sucrose based syrup produced with the glycoside hydrolase enzyme invertase or an acid, which splits each sucrose disaccharide molecule into its component glucose and fructose monomer molecules; one of each. In practical terms measured on… …

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