Definition of non-uniform in English:


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Pronunciation: /nɒnˈjuːnɪfɔːm


Not uniform, regular, or constant; varying: the strain is non-uniform across the cross section a non-uniform pricing scheme
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  • The color of Epimetheus in this view appears to vary in a non-uniform way across the different facets of the moon's irregular surface.
  • He says the ironies, the paradoxes, of the normalization of the Mars orbit and the other orbits, show that we have an elliptical orbit, with constantly non-uniform action.
  • The rate of the planet's motion, along the elliptical pathway, was constantly non-uniform.



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  • This has led to non-uniformity in dealing with investors among regulatory bodies.
  • This non-uniformity makes it difficult to ink deals with music providers, she said.
  • The theory has the potential to predict the level of non-uniformity expected in the Universe.


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  • Nitrate pollution is also highly non-uniformly mixed, in that in many areas of the country there is no problem.
  • If a collection of particles exert attractive forces upon one another then, unless they are distributed in a perfectly uniform manner, they will tend to become clumped and non-uniformly distributed as time passes.
  • Similarly, turbulence intensity is found to decrease non-uniformly across the length of the plate.

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