1) The act of expending something, especially funds; disbursement; consumption.
From → expend.
An act or operation for the purpose of discovering something unknown or of testing a principle, supposition. See: → Aspect experiment, → Carnal-Mlynek experiment, → Davisson-Germer experiment, → double-slit experiment, → Eratosthenes experiment, → Hafele-Keating experiment, → Hertz experiment, → Michelson-Morley experiment, → Millikan's oil-drop experiment, → Pascal's barrel experiment, → random experiment, → Stern-Gerlach experiment, → thought experiment, → toothed-wheel experiment, → Trouton-Noble experiment, → Young's experiment.
From O.Fr. experiment, from L. experimentum "a trial, test," from experiri "to test, try," from → ex- "out of" + peritus "experienced, tested."
Âzmâyeš, verbal noun of âzmudan, âzmây- "to try, experiment, test;" Mid.Pers. uzmudan, ôzmutan "to test, try, prove;" from O.Pers./Av. *uz-māy-, from uz-, → ex- + mā(y)- "to measure," Proto-Ir. *maH- "to measure;" PIE *meH- "to measure;" cf. Skt. mati "measures," matra "measure;" Gk. metra "lot, portion;" L. metri "to measure."
1) To make plain or clear; to render understandable or intelligible.
From L. explanare "to make level, smooth out; make clear," from → ex- "out" + planus "flat; clear."
Ostâhidan, literally "to unfold, spread out" (on the model of Fr. expliquer, Sp. explicar, from L. → ex- "out" + plicare "to lay, fold, twist," from PIE base *plek- "to plait, twist;" cf. Gk. plekein "to plait," L. plectere "to plait, braid, intertwine," O.C.S. plesti "to braid, plait, twist," Goth. flahta "braid"), from os- "out," → ex- + tâh "fold, plait, ply;" Mid.Pers. tâg "piece, part" + -idan infinitive suffix.
1) The act or process of explaining.
Verbal noun of → explain.
1) General: Precisely and clearly expressed.
From Fr. explicite, from L. explicitus "unobstructed," variant p.p. of explicare "unfold, unravel, explain," → explain.
Ostâhi, from ostâh present stem of ostâhidan, → explain, + -i adj. suffix.
Fr.: fonction explicite
The most usual form of a function in which the dependent variable (written on the left hand side of the Same as → equality sign) is expressed directly in terms of independent variables written on the left (on the right hand side). See also → implicit function.
Verbal form of → explosion.
From L. explodere "drive out or off by clapping," originally theatrical, "to drive an actor off the stage by making noise," from → ex- "out" + plaudere "to clap, beat," of uncertain origin.
Oskaftidan, from os-, → ex- + kaftidan "to burst; to split," variants kaftan, kâftan "to split; to dig," Parthian Mid.Pers. q'f- "to split;" Sogdian kβ "to spli;" Chorasmian kf- "to split, be split;" Proto-Iranian *kap-, *kaf- "to split."
1) An act or instance of exploring or investigating; examination.
Verbal noun of → explore.
1) To travel to or in a place for the purpose of discovery.
From L. explorare "investigate, search out;" said to be originally a hunters' term meaning "set up a loud cry," from → ex- "out" + plorare "to cry."
Puyidan, originally "to run, trot; wander," from Mid.Pers. pôy-, pwd- "to run;" cf. Gk. speudein "to hasten;" Lith. spudinti.
puyandé, puyešgar (#)
A person or thing that explores.
Agent noun of → explore.
Verbal noun of → explode.
1) oskaftâk; 2) oskafti, oskaftandé
1) (n.) A chemical or compound that causes a sudden, almost instantaneous
release of pressure, gas, heat, and light when subjected to sudden
shock, pressure, high temperature, or applied potential.
Oskaftâk, from oskaft-, stem of oskaftan, → explode, + -âk noun suffix.
hasté andâyeš-e oskafti
Fr.: nucléosynthèse explosive
The explosive processes that are believed to occur in supernovae. Explosive carbon burning occurs at a temperature of about 2 × 109 degrees and produces the nuclei from neon to silicon. Explosive oxygen burning occurs near 4 × 109 degrees and produces nuclei between silicon and calcium in atomic weight.At higher temperatures, still heavier nuclei are produced.
1) The state or quality of being explosive.
Math.: A symbol or number placed above and after another symbol or number (called the base) to denote the power to which the latter is to be raised. Examples: n in the expresseion an; 3 in the expression 23.
From L. exponentem, pr.p. of exponere "put forth, explain," from → ex- "forth" + ponere "to put, to place."
xam-e nemâyi (#)
Fr.: courbe exponentielle
A curve that represents an → exponential function.
Fr.: équation exponentielle
An equation in which unknowns appear as exponents. Examples: 23x + 1 = 32.
Fr.: fonction exponentielle
A function in the form of y = bx defined for every → real number x, with positive base b > 1.
In an exponential manner.