Horizontal Pressure Gradient Force

Science / Tides and Currents / Horizontal Pressure Gradient Force: The horizontal component of the product of the specific volume and the rate of decrease in pressure with distance.

Other Words for Force

Force Verb Synonyms: exact, extort, extract, wrest, wring, drag
Force Noun Synonyms: troops, soldiers, army
Force Adjective Synonyms: power, might, energy, strength, potency, vigor, intensity, violence, impact, dynamism, pressure
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Other Words for Horizontal

Horizontal Adjective Synonyms: level, flat, plane, prone, supine
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Other Words for Pressure

Pressure Adjective Synonyms: compression, pressing, squeezing, compressing, tension, stress, crushing
Pressure Noun Synonyms: force, compression, weight, power, strength
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Pressure Altimeter

Science / Weather / Pressure Altimeter: An aneroid barometer calibrated to indicate altitude in feet instead of units of pressure. It is read accurately only in a standard atmosphere and when the correct altimeter setting is used. MORE

Pressure Altitude

Science / Weather / Pressure Altitude: The altitude in standard atmosphere at which a given pressure will be observed. It is the indicated altitude of a pressure altimeter at an altitude setting of 29.92 inches of mercury, and is therefore MORE

Pressure

Science / Chemistry / Pressure: Force per unit area. The SI unit of pressure is the pascal, defined as one newton per square meter. Other common pressure units are the atmosphere, the bar, and the Torr. MORE

Positive Reinforcement

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Positive Reinforcement: The process of acknowledging specific behaviors with positive feedback, such as a smile, praise or reward. MORE

Original Horizontality

Science / Geology / Original Horizontality: One of the principles of relative dating. Based upon the good assumption that sedimentary rocks are deposited in horizontal or nearly horizontal layers: then if sedimentary layers are found in an incl MORE

Osmotic Pressure

Science / Biology / Osmotic Pressure: Pressure generated by water moving by osmosis into or out of a cell. MORE

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