Tokyo Motor Show

Technology / Motorcycle / Tokyo Motor Show: An auto, motorcycle, and commercial vehicle show held October-November in Japan. The event is hosted by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA), and is particularly noted for featuring concept vehicles from the manufacturers.

Other Words for Show

Show Verb Synonyms: display, present, expose, demonstrate, indicate, exhibit, manifest, (lay) bare, disclose, reveal, betray, make known, divulge, register, express, make clear or plain or manifest, elucidate, clarify, explain
Show Noun Synonyms: prove, demonstrate, confirm, corroborate, verify, substantiate, bear out, certify, authenticate
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Reluctance Synchronous Motor

Technology / Motors / Reluctance Synchronous Motor: A synchronous motor with a special rotor design which directly lines the rotor up with the rotating magnetic field of the stator, allowing for no slip under load. The reluctance motors have lower effi MORE

Psychomotor Retardation

Science / Psychiatry / Psychomotor Retardation: Visible generalized slowing of movements and speech. MORE

Psychomotor Agitation

Science / Psychiatry / Psychomotor Agitation: Excessive motor activity associated with a feeling of inner tension. When severe, agitation may involve shouting and loud complaining. The activity is usually nonproductive and repetitious, and consis MORE

Road Show

Business / Finance / Road Show: A promotional presentation by an issuer of securities to potential buyers about the desirable qualities of the investments. MORE

Series Dc Motors

Technology / Motors / Series Dc Motors: Where high starting torques are required for a DC motor, the series motor is used. The load must be solidly connected to the motor and never decrease to zero to prevent excessive motor speeds. The loa MORE

Show Stopper

Business / Finance / Show Stopper: Used in the context of general equities. Customer who has not placed a firm order to buy stock but has requested that the salesperson propose available stock for sale or purchase, along with the askin MORE

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