degargun kardan, degunidan
(v.tr.) To change or make different.
M.E. alteren, from O.Fr. altérer, from M.L. alterre, from L. alter "other," from PIE *al- "beyond" + comp. suffix -ter.
1) The act or process of altering; the state of being altered.
Verbal noun of → alter.
1) peyvâr; 2) peyvâr šodan; 3) peyvâr kardan, peyvâridan
Fr.: 1) alterné; 2, 3) alterner
1) Happening or following in turns; succeeding each other continuously.
From L. alternus "one after the other," p.p. of alternare "to do first one thing, then the other," from alternus "every other," from alter "the other".
1) Peyvâr from pey "step; after" (as in peyâpey
"successively, repeatedly") + Pers. vâr "turn (succession),
time (repetition), alternation". Compare with Skt. vâra
"one's turn, appointed time, alteration, succession".
Occuring in a successive manner. Acting or proceeding by turns. → alternating current.
alternating current (AC)
Fr.: courant alternatif
An → electric current that reverses direction of flow at regular intervals. The typical alternating current is → sinusoidal in shape. Alternating current has the advantage over → direct current in that its → voltage magnitude can be changed easily through a → transformer. Moreover, it is safer to transfer over the longer city distances and can provide more → power. The frequency of alternating current is 50 Hz (Europe) or 60 Hz (USA).
General: Successive change from one thing or state to
another and back again.
Alternation, noun from → alternate.
Alternative, from → alternate.
Degarine, from degar "other," variant digar, from Mid.Pers. dit, ditikar "the other, the second," O.Pers. duvitiya- "second," Av. daibitya-, bitya- "second," Skt. dvitiya- "second," PIE *duitiio- "second" + suffix -ine.
Fr.: énergie alternative
Energy from a source other than the conventional fossil fuel sources.
Fr.: hypothèse alternative
In place of, or as an alternative to.
Adverb from → alternative.
A machine or device that produces alternating current.