Secondary Stall

Technology / Aviation / Secondary Stall: Any stall resulting from pulling back too soon and too hard while recovering from any other stall. Usually a HIGH-SPEED or ACCELERATED STALL.

Other Words for Secondary

Secondary Adverb Synonyms: derivative, derived, indirect, second-hand, unoriginal, not original, copied, imitated
Secondary Noun Synonyms: auxiliary, second-line, backup, extra, reserve, spare, provisional, supporting, supportive, alternate, alternative
Secondary Verb Synonyms: less important, unimportant, inessential or unessential, non-essential, non-critical, subsidiary, ancillary, minor, inferior, subordinate
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Other Words for Stall

Stall Noun Synonyms: compartment, stand, booth, cubicle, alcove, section, space, area, slot, enclosure, quarters, counter, table
Stall Verb Synonyms: shed, pen, cote, fold, coop, sty, corral, enclosure, cowshed, barn, stable
Stall Adjective Synonyms: stop, halt, die, quit, shut down, fail, cease operating, come to a standstill, conk out
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Secondary Prevention

Life Style / Adoption / Secondary Prevention: Activities targeted to prevent breakdowns and dysfunctions among families who have been identified as at risk for abuse and neglect. MORE

Secondary Phloem

Science / Biology / Secondary Phloem: Phloem produced by the vascular cambium in a woody plant stem or root. MORE

Secondary Process

Science / Psychiatry / Secondary Process: In psychoanalytic theory, mental activity and thinking characteristic of the ego and influenced by the demands of the environment. Characterized by organization, systematization, intellectualization, MORE

Secondary Production

Science / Marine Biology / Secondary Production: The production of living material per unit area (or volume) per unit time by herbivores. Usually expressed as grams carbon per meter square per year MORE

Secondary Progressions

Science / Astrology / Secondary Progressions: See 'Progressions.' MORE

Secondary Offering

Business / Taxes / Secondary Offering: The most common form of secondary offering occurs when an investor, usually a corporation, but sometimes an individual, sells a large block of stock or other securities it has been holding in its port MORE

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