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reindicate
v.t., reindicated, reindicating. * * *
reindication
n. * * *
reindict
v.t. * * *
reindictment
n. * * *
reindoctrinate
v.t., reindoctrinated, reindoctrinating. * * *
reindorse
v.t., reindorsed, reindorsing. * * *
reinduce
v.t., reinduced, reinducing. * * *
reinducement
n. * * *
reinduct
v.t. * * *
reinduction
n. * * *
reindulge
v., reindulged, reindulging. * * *
reindulgence
n. * * *
reindustrialization
/ree'in dus'tree euh li zay"sheuhn/, n. the revitalization of an industry or industrial society through government aid and tax incentives, modernization of factories and ...
reindustrialize
—reindustrializer, n. /ree'in dus"tree euh luyz'/, v., reindustrialized, reindustrializing. v.t. 1. to subject to reindustrialization. v.i. 2. to undergo ...
Reinecke
/rdduy"ni keuh/, n. Carl Heinrich Carsten /kahrddl" huyn"rddikh kahrdd"steuhn/ 1824-1910, German pianist, conductor, composer, and teacher. * * *
Reinecke, Carl
▪ German musician in full  Carl Heinrich Carsten Reinecke   born June 23, 1824, Altona, near Hamburg [Germany] died March 10, 1910, Leipzig       German pianist, ...
Reiner
/ruy"neuhr/, n. Fritz, 1888-1963, Hungarian conductor in the U.S. * * *
Reiner, Carl
born March 20, 1922, Bronx, New York, N.Y., U.S. U.S. actor, writer, director, and producer. He acted on the stage before appearing with Sid Caesar in the television comedy ...
Reiner, Fritz
born Dec. 19, 1888, Budapest, Austria-Hungary died Nov. 15, 1963, New York, N.Y., U.S. Hungarian-born U.S. conductor. After piano studies with Béla Bartók, he conducted opera ...
Reiner,Fritz
Rei·ner (rīʹnər), Fritz. 1888-1963. Hungarian-born American conductor who was musical director of the Pittsburgh Symphony (1938-1948), New York Metropolitan Opera ...
Reines, Frederick
▪ 1999       American physicist (b. March 16, 1918, Paterson, N.J.—d. Aug. 26, 1998, Orange, Calif.), was awarded the 1995 Nobel Prize for Physics for his detection in ...
reinfect
v.t. * * *
reinfection
n. * * *
reinfer
v.t., reinferred, reinferring. * * *
reinfest
v.t. * * *
reinfiltrate
v., reinfiltrated, reinfiltrating. * * *
reinflame
v., reinflamed, reinflaming. * * *
reinflatable
adj. * * *
reinflate
v., reinflated, reinflating. * * *
reinflation
n. * * *
reinfluence
v.t., reinfluenced, reinfluencing. * * *
reinforce
—reinforcer, n. /ree'in fawrs", -fohrs"/, v., reinforced, reinforcing, n. v.t. 1. to strengthen with some added piece, support, or material: to reinforce a wall. 2. to ...
reinforceable
See reinforce. * * *
reinforced concrete
concrete containing steel bars, strands, mesh, etc., to absorb tensile and shearing stresses. [1900-05] * * * Concrete in which steel is embedded in such a manner that the two ...
reinforcedconcrete
re·in·forced concrete (rē'ĭn-fôrstʹ, -fōrstʹ) n. Poured concrete containing steel bars or metal netting to increase its tensile strength. Also called ferroconcrete. * * *
reinforcement
/ree'in fawrs"meuhnt, -fohrs"-/, n. 1. the act of reinforcing. 2. the state of being reinforced. 3. something that reinforces or strengthens. 4. Often, reinforcements. an ...
reinforcement therapy
Psychol. a behavior modification technique in which appropriate behavior is strengthened through systematic reinforcement. * * *
reinforcer
re·in·forc·er (rē'ĭn-fôrʹsər, -fōrʹ-) n. Psychology A stimulus, such as a reward, the removal of an unpleasant event, or a punishment, that in operant conditioning ...
reinform
v.t. * * *
reinfuse
v.t., reinfused, reinfusing. * * *
reinfusion
n. * * *
reingest
v.t. * * *
reinhabit
v.t. * * *
Reinhard, Hans
▪ Swiss statesman born Feb. 20, 1755, Zürich, Switz. died Dec. 23, 1835, Zürich       statesman and burgomaster of Zürich who headed the federal government six times ...
Reinhardt
/ruyn"hahrt/; Ger. /rdduyn"hahrddt/, n. Max /maks/; Ger. /mahks/, (Max Goldmann), 1873-1943, German theatrical director, producer, and actor; born in Austria. * * * (as used in ...
Reinhardt, Ad
▪ American artist in full  Adolf Frederick Reinhardt   born Dec. 24, 1913, Buffalo, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 30, 1967, New York, N.Y.       American painter who painted ...
Reinhardt, Ad(olf Frederick)
born Dec. 24, 1913, Buffalo, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 30, 1967, New York, N.Y. U.S. painter. He studied art after graduating from Columbia University. He employed several abstract ...
Reinhardt, Django
orig. Jean-Baptiste Reinhardt born Jan. 23, 1910, Liberchies, Belg. died May 16, 1953, Fontainebleau, France Belgian-French guitarist. Of Roma (Gypsy) parentage, Reinhardt ...
Reinhardt, Max
orig. Max Goldmann born Sept. 9, 1873, Baden, near Vienna, Austria died Oct. 31, 1943, New York, N.Y., U.S. German theatrical director. After studying drama in Vienna and ...
Reinhardt,Jean Baptiste
Rein·hardt (rīnʹhärt'), Jean Baptiste. Known as “Django.” 1910-1953. Belgian-born French jazz guitarist noted for his improvisational skills. Despite losing the use of ...
Reinhardt,Max
Reinhardt, Max. 1873-1943. Austrian theatrical director and manager whose experimental, large-scale productions included Oedipus Rex and The Miracle. * * *
Reinhart, Tanya Miriam
▪ 2008       Israeli academic and writer born July 23, 1943 , Kyriat Haim, British-mandated Palestine died March 17, 2007 , Montauk, N.Y. was best known for her ...
Reinheim
▪ Germany       small village near Saarbrücken in Saarland Land (state), southwestern Germany. It is famous for an unusually rich Celtic grave found there in 1954. The ...
reinherit
v. * * *
Reinhold
/ruyn"hohld/, n. a male given name. * * *
Reinhold, Robert
▪ 1997       U.S. journalist at the New York Times (1964-94) and the Los Angeles Times (1994-96) who set a standard for precise reporting as a science writer, national ...
reinitiate
v.t., reinitiated, reinitiating. * * *
reinject
v.t. * * *
reinjection
n. * * *
reinjure
v.t., reinjured, reinjuring. * * *
reinjury
n., pl. reinjuries. * * *
reink
v.t. * * *
Reinkens, Joseph Hubert
▪ German bishop born Jan. 3, 1821, Burtscheid, Prussia [now Aachen, Ger.] died April 1, 1896, Bonn, Ger.       German bishop, historical scholar, and a leader of the ...
Reinmar von Hagenau
▪ German poet byname  Reinmar the Elder , German  Reinmar der Alte  died c. 1205       German poet whose delicate and subtle verses constitute the ultimate ...
reinoculate
v., reinoculated, reinoculating. * * *
reinquire
v., reinquired, reinquiring. * * *
reinquiry
n., pl. reinquiries. * * *
reins
/raynz/, n.pl. 1. the kidneys. 2. the region of the kidneys, or the lower part of the back. 3. (esp. in Biblical use) the seat of the feelings or affections, formerly identified ...
reinscribe
v.t., reinscribed, reinscribing. * * *
Reinsdorf, Jerry
▪ 1995       It was a turbulent year for the American "national pastime" as players of major league baseball went on strike in August 1994 after failing to negotiate a ...
reinsert
v.t. * * *
reinsertion
n. * * *
reinsist
v.i. * * *
reinsman
/raynz"meuhn/, n., pl. reinsmen. a person who rides or drives horses, esp. a skillful one, as a jockey or harness driver. [1850-55; REIN + -S3 + -MAN] * * *
reinspect
v.t. * * *
reinspection
n. * * *
reinspire
v., reinspired, reinspiring. * * *
reinstal
v.t. * * *
reinstall
v.t. * * *
reinstalment
n. * * *
reinstate
—reinstatement, reinstation, n. —reinstator, n. /ree'in stayt"/, v.t., reinstated, reinstating. to put back or establish again, as in a former position or state: to reinstate ...
reinstatement
See reinstate. * * *
reinstitute
v.t., reinstituted, reinstituting. * * *
reinstruct
v.t. * * *
reinsulate
v.t., reinsulated, reinsulating. * * *
reinsurance
/ree'in shoor"euhns, -sherr"-/, n. the process or business of reinsuring. [1745-55; RE- + INSURANCE] * * *
Reinsurance Treaty
(June 18, 1887) Secret agreement between Germany and Russia. Arranged by Otto von Bismarck after the collapse of the Three Emperors' League, it provided that each party would ...
reinsure
—reinsurer, n. /ree'in shoor", -sherr"/, v.t., reinsured, reinsuring. 1. to insure again. 2. Insurance. to insure under a contract by which a first insurer is relieved of part ...
reinsurer
See reinsurance. * * *
reintegrate
v., reintegrated, reintegrating. * * *
reintegration
/ree in'teuh gray"sheuhn, ree'in-/, n. 1. restoration to a unified state. 2. Psychiatry. the process of returning the mind to an integrated state after it has been deranged by ...
reintegrative
See reintegration. * * *
reinter
v.t., reinterred, reinterring. * * *
reinterest
n., v.t. * * *
reinterment
n. * * *
reinterpret
v. * * *
reinterrogate
v., reinterrogated, reinterrogating. * * *
reinterrupt
v. * * *
reintervene
v.i., reintervened, reintervening. * * *
reinterview
n., v.t. * * *
reinthrone
v.t., reinthroned, reinthroning. * * *
reintrench
v. * * *
reintroduce
v.t., reintroduced, reintroducing. * * *
reinvade
v.t., reinvaded, reinvading. * * *
reinvasion
n. * * *
reinvent
—reinvention, n. /ree'in vent"/, v.t. 1. to invent again or anew, esp. without knowing that the invention already exists. 2. to remake as if from the very beginning; renovate: ...
reinvest
v.t. * * *
reinvestigate
v., reinvestigated, reinvestigating. * * *
reinvestment
n. * * *
reinvigorate
v.t., reinvigorated, reinvigorating. * * *
reinvigorator
See reinvigoration. * * *
reinvitation
n. * * *
reinvite
v., reinvited, reinviting. * * *
reinvoke
v.t., reinvoked, reinvoking. * * *
reinvolve
v.t., reinvolved, reinvolving. * * *
reirrigate
v.t., reirrigated, reirrigating. * * *
reirrigation
n. * * *
reis
/rays/; Port. /rddays/, n.pl., sing. real /ray ahl"/; Port. /rdde ahl"/. a former money of account of Portugal and Brazil. Cf. milreis. [1545-55; < Pg, pl. of real REAL2] * * *
Reis, Johann Philipp
▪ German physicist born Jan. 7, 1834, Gelnhausen, Hesse-Kassel [Germany] died Jan. 14, 1874, Friedrichsdorf, Ger.       German physicist who constructed a precursor of ...
Reischauer, Edwin O.
▪ American historian and diplomat in full  Edwin Oldfather Reischauer   born Oct. 15, 1910, Tokyo, Japan died Sept. 1, 1990, La Jolla, Calif., U.S.       American ...
Reiske, Johann Jakob
▪ German scholar born Dec. 25, 1716, Zörbig, Prussia died Aug. 14, 1774, Leipzig  preeminent 18th-century European scholar of Arabic literature whose commentary to his ...
Reisner, George Andrew
▪ American archaeologist born , Nov. 5, 1867, Indianapolis, Ind., U.S. died June 6, 1942, Cairo       U.S. archaeologist who directed many excavations in Egypt and ...
reisolate
v.t., reisolated, reisolating. * * *
reisolation
n. * * *
Reiss, Winold
▪ German-American artist born September 16, 1886, Karlsruhe, Germany died August 29, 1953, New York, New York, U.S.       German-born American artist known for his ...
reissue
—reissuable, adj. /ree ish"ooh/ or, esp. Brit., /-is"yooh/, n., v., reissued, reissuing. n. 1. something that is issued again, as a book or a motion picture. 2. an official ...
reist
/rddeest/, v.i. Scot. and North Eng. reest2. * * *
Reisterstown
/ruy"steuhrz town'/, n. a city in N Maryland. 19,385. * * *
Reisz, Karel
▪ 2003       Czech-born British film and stage director (b. July 21, 1926, Ostrava, Czech.—d. Nov. 25, 2002, London, Eng.), made only 11 movies during his career but ...
REIT
/reet/, n. real-estate investment trust. * * *
reitemize
v.t., reitemized, reitemizing. * * *
Reiter syndrome
▪ pathology       disorder characterized by arthritis and sometimes inflammation of the eye, urogenital tract, or mucous membranes that is typically triggered by a ...
Reiter's syndrome
/ruy"teuhrz/, Pathol. a disease of unknown cause, occurring primarily in adult males, marked by urethritis, conjunctivitis, and arthritis. Also called Reiter's disease. [after ...
reiterant
/ree it"euhr euhnt/, adj. reiterating or repeating, esp. to an intensified degree: reiterant chatter. [1600-10; < L reiterant- (s. of reiterans), prp. of reiterare. See ...
reiterate
—reiterable, adj. —reiteration, n. —reiterative /ree it"euh ray'tiv, -euhr euh tiv/, adj. /ree it"euh rayt'/, v.t., reiterated, reiterating. to say or do again or ...
reiteration
See reiterate. * * *
reiterative
See reiteration. * * *
reiteratively
See reiteration. * * *
reiterator
See reiteration. * * *
Reith
(John Reith 1889–1971) a Scottish broadcaster who became the first general manager of the BBC. He began his career in industry, but joined the BBC in 1922. During his period as ...
Reith lectures
a series of talks given each year in Britain on BBC radio. The talks are on serious subjects, e.g. politics, history or economics, and are given by a leading figure in the ...
Reith, John Charles Walsham Reith, 1st Baron
▪ British businessman born , July 20, 1889, Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scot. died June 16, 1971, Edinburgh       a principal architect of the modern pattern of ...
Reitsch, Hanna
▪ German aviator born , March 29, 1912, Hirschberg, Germany [now Jelenia Góra, Poland) died August 24, 1979, Frankfurt am Main       aviator who was the leading female ...
reive
—reiver, n. /reev/, v.t., v.i., reived, reiving. Chiefly Scot. to rob; plunder. [1860-65; var. of REAVE1] * * *
Reiyū-kai
▪ Japanese religion       (Japanese: Association of the Friends of the Spirit), Japanese lay religion based on the teachings of the Nichiren school of Buddhism. The ...
Reizei Tamechika
▪ Japanese painter also called  Okada Tamechika  born Oct. 20, 1823, Kyōto, Japan died May 20, 1864, Yamato [near modern Nara]       Japanese painter of the late ...
rejail
v.t. * * *
Réjane
/rdday zhannn"/, n. (Gabrielle-Charlotte Réju) 1856-1920, French actress. * * *
Rejang
▪ people also spelled  Redjang        tribe inhabiting Bengkulu province, southern Sumatra, Indonesia, on the upper course of the Musi River. Of Proto-Malay stock and ...
reject
—rejectable, adj. —rejecter, n. —rejective, adj. v. /ri jekt"/; n. /ree"jekt/, v.t. 1. to refuse to have, take, recognize, etc.: to reject the offer of a better job. 2. to ...
rejectee
/ri jek tee", -jek"tee, ree'jek tee"/, n. a person who is or has been rejected, esp. for military service. [1940-45, Amer.; REJECT + -EE] * * *
rejecter
See reject. * * *
rejection
/ri jek"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or process of rejecting. 2. the state of being rejected. 3. something that is rejected. [1545-55; < L rejection- (s. of rejectio) a throwing back, ...
rejection region
Statistics. the set of values of a test statistic for which the null hypothesis is rejected. Cf. acceptance region. * * *
rejection slip
a notification of rejection, attached by a publisher to a manuscript before returning the work to its author. [1905-10] * * *
rejectionist
—rejectionism, n. /ri jek"sheuh nist/, n. 1. an Arab leader or country that opposes accommodation or compromise in negotiations with Israel. 2. any person or group that refuses ...
rejectionslip
rejection slip n. A printed note accompanying a manuscript rejected for publication and returned to the author. * * *
rejective
See rejecter. * * *
rejective art.
See minimal art. Also, Rejective Art. [1965-70] * * *
rejectiveart
rejective art n. See minimalism.   re·jecʹtiv·ist adj. * * *
rejectivist
See rejective art. * * *
rejector
See rejecter. * * *
rejeopardize
v.t., rejeopardized, rejeopardizing. * * *
rejig
re·jig (rē-jĭgʹ) tr.v. Informal re·jigged, re·jig·ging, re·jigs To rejigger: “a series of measures to... rejig the monetary system” (Christian Science Monitor). * * ...
rejigger
/ree jig"euhr/, v.t. Informal. to change or rearrange in a new or different way, esp. by the use of techniques not always considered ethical. [1940-45; RE- + JIGGER1] * * *
Rejlander, O.G.
▪ Swedish photographer in full  Oscar Gustav Rejlander  born 1813, Sweden died January 18, 1875, London, England       Swedish painter and photographer who is known ...
rejoice
—rejoiceful, adj. —rejoicer, n. /ri joys"/, v., rejoiced, rejoicing. v.i. 1. to be glad; take delight (often fol. by in): to rejoice in another's happiness. v.t. 2. to make ...
rejoicer
See rejoice. * * *
rejoicing
—rejoicingly, adv. /ri joy"sing/, n. 1. the act of a person who rejoices. 2. the feeling or the expression of joy. 3. Often, rejoicings. an occasion for expressing ...
rejoin
rejoin1 /ree joyn"/, v.t. 1. to come again into the company of: to rejoin a party after a brief absence. 2. to join together again; reunite. v.i. 3. to become joined together ...
rejoinder
/ri joyn"deuhr/, n. 1. an answer to a reply; response. 2. Law. a defendant's answer to a plaintiff's replication. [1475-85; < MF rejoindre (n. use of inf.); see REJOIN2] Syn. 1. ...
rejoneo
▪ bullfighting       a form of bullfighting in which the principal fighter, the rejoneador, is mounted on a highly trained horse and uses a rejón, a short, broad blade ...
rejudge
v., rejudged, rejudging. * * *
rejudgment
n. * * *
rejustify
v.t., rejustified, rejustifying. * * *
rejuvenate
—rejuvenation, n. —rejuvenative, adj. —rejuvenator, n. /ri jooh"veuh nayt'/, v., rejuvenated, rejuvenating. v.t. 1. to make young again; restore to youthful vigor, ...
rejuvenation
See rejuvenate. * * *
rejuvenator
See rejuvenation. * * *
rejuvenescence
rejuvenescence [ri jo͞o΄və nes′əns] n. 〚< L re-, again < juvenescens, prp. of juvenescere, to become young < juvenis,YOUNG〛 renewal of youthfulness rejuvenescent adj. * ...
rejuvenescent
—rejuvenescence, n. /ri jooh'veuh nes"euhnt/, adj. 1. becoming young again. 2. making young again; rejuvenating. [1755-65; < ML rejuvenesc(ere) to become young again (L re- RE- ...
rejuvenize
/ri jooh"veuh nuyz'/, v.t., rejuvenized, rejuvenizing. to rejuvenate. Also, esp. Brit., rejuvenise. [1810-20; RE- + L juven(is) YOUNG + -IZE] * * *
rekey
/ree kee"/, v.t., rekeyed, rekeying. 1. to fit with different pins and a different key. 2. Computers. to keyboard (data) again. [RE- + KEY1] * * *
rekeyboard
v. * * *
rekindle
v., rekindled, rekindling. * * *
reknead
v.t. * * *
reknit
v., reknitted or reknit, reknitting. * * *
reknock
v. * * *
reknot
v., reknotted, reknotting. * * *
rel
rel abbrev. 1. relating 2. relative 3. relatively 4. religion * * *
rel.
1. relating. 2. relative. 3. relatively. 4. released. 5. religion. 6. religious. * * *
rel. pron.
relative pronoun. * * *
relabel
v.t., relabeled, relabeling or (esp. Brit.) relabelled, relabelling. * * *
relace
v., relaced, relacing. * * *
relacquer
v.t. * * *
reladle
/ree layd"l/, v.t., reladled, reladling. Metall. to mix (molten alloy steel) by pouring from ladle to ladle. [RE- + LADLE] * * *
relance
v.t., relanced, relancing. * * *
reland
v. * * *
relandscape
v., relandscaped, relandscaping. * * *
relapse
—relapsable, adj. —relapser, n. v. /ri laps"/; n. /ri laps", ree"laps/, v., relapsed, relapsing, n. v.i. 1. to fall or slip back into a former state, practice, etc.: to ...
relapser
See relapse. * * *
relapsing fever
Pathol. one of a group of fevers characterized by relapses, occurring in many tropical countries, and caused by several species of spirochetes transmitted by several species of ...
relapsingfever
re·laps·ing fever (rĭ-lăpʹsĭng) n. Any of several infectious diseases characterized by chills and fever and caused by spirochetes transmitted by lice and ticks. Also called ...
relatable
See relate. * * *
relatch
v.t. * * *
relate
—relatability, n. —relatable, adj. —relater, n. /ri layt"/, v., related, relating. v.t. 1. to tell; give an account of (an event, circumstance, etc.). 2. to bring into or ...
related
—relatedness, n. /ri lay"tid/, adj. 1. associated; connected. 2. allied by nature, origin, kinship, marriage, etc. 3. narrated. 4. Music. (of tones) belonging to a melodic or ...
relatedly
See related. * * *
relatedness
See relatedly. * * *
relater
See relatable. * * *
relation
—relationless, adj. /ri lay"sheuhn/, n. 1. an existing connection; a significant association between or among things: the relation between cause and effect. 2. relations, a. ...
relational
/ri lay"sheuh nl/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to relations. 2. indicating or specifying some relation. 3. Gram. serving to indicate relations between various elements in a ...
relational database
an electronic database comprising multiple files of related information, usu. stored in tables of rows (records) and columns (fields), and allowing a link to be established ...
relationaldatabase
relational database n. A database system in which any database file can be a component of more than one of the database's tables. * * *
relationally
See relational. * * *
relationship
/ri lay"sheuhn ship'/, n. 1. a connection, association, or involvement. 2. connection between persons by blood or marriage. 3. an emotional or other connection between people: ...
Relationship of a Performer to His Audience, Table
▪ Table performer audience relationship individual speaker, assembled group or direct; performer to storyteller, or ...
Relationship of positions in the zodiac to aspects of life
▪ Table Relationship of positions in the zodiac to aspects of ...
Relationship of the Medium to the Performance, Table
▪ Table medium nature of presentation type of material rostrum visible, audible per- oratory, preaching, ...
relative
/rel"euh tiv/, n. 1. a person who is connected with another or others by blood or marriage. 2. something having, or standing in, some relation to something else. 3. something ...
Relative abundances of the elements
▪ Table Relative abundances of the elements (percent) atom universe life (terrestrial vegetation) Earth ( crust) hydrogen 87 16 3 helium 12 0* 0 carbon 0.03 21 0.1 ...
relative aperture
Optics. the ratio of the diameter of a lens, esp. a camera lens, to the focal length; the reciprocal of the f number or focal ratio of the lens. * * * ▪ ...
relative bearing
Navig. the bearing of an object, relative to the heading of a vessel or aircraft. * * *
relative clause
a subordinate clause introduced by a relative pronoun, adjective, or adverb, either expressed or deleted, esp. such a clause modifying an antecedent, as who saw you in He's the ...
relative complement
Math. the set of elements contained in a given set that are not elements of another specified set. Also called difference. * * *
Relative composition of plasma and urine in normal men
▪ Table Relative composition of plasma and urine in normal men plasma g/100 ml urine g/100 ml concentration in ...
relative density
Physics. See specific gravity. [1875-80] * * *
relative deprivation
Sociol. the perception of an unfair disparity between one's situation and that of others. [1945-50] * * *
relative dispersion
Optics. See Abbe number. * * *
relative frequency
Statistics. the ratio of the number of times an event occurs to the number of occasions on which it might occur in the same period. * * *
relative humidity
the amount of water vapor in the air, expressed as a percentage of the maximum amount that the air could hold at the given temperature; the ratio of the actual water vapor ...
relative impediment
Law. a fact or circumstance that disqualifies from lawful marriage persons who are closely related. * * *
relative index of refraction
Optics. See under index of refraction. * * *
relative major
Music. the major key whose tonic is the third degree of a given minor key. [1840-50] * * *
relative maximum
Math. maximum (def. 4a). * * *
relative minimum
Math. minimum (def. 5a). * * *
relative minor
Music. the minor key whose tonic is the sixth degree of a given major key. [1810-20] * * *
relative permittivity
Elect. permittivity. * * *
relative pitch
Music. 1. the pitch of a tone as determined by its relationship to other tones in a scale. 2. the ability to identify or sing a tone by mentally determining the distance of its ...
relative pronoun
one of the pronouns who, whom, which, what, their compounds with -ever or -soever, or that used as the subordinating word to introduce a subordinate clause, esp. such a pronoun ...
relative sunspot number
Astron. See Wolf number. * * *
relative topology
Math. a topology of a subset of a topological space, obtained by intersecting the subset with every open set in the topology of the space. Also called induced topology, subspace ...
relative volumes occupied by some cellular compartments in a typical liver cell
▪ Table The relative volumes occupied by some cellular compartments in a typical liver cell cellular compartment percent of total cell volume approximate number per ...
relative wind
/wind/ the velocity or direction of airflow with respect to the body it surrounds, esp. an airfoil. [1915-20] * * *

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