Definición de elasticity en inglés:

elasticity

Saltos de línea: elas|ti¦city
Pronunciación: /ɛlaˈstɪsɪti
 
, iː-, ɪ-/

sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The ability of an object or material to resume its normal shape after being stretched or compressed; stretchiness: aging can decrease the elasticity of your skin
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  • The most striking feature of the basilar membrane is its elasticity.
  • For a full season of mountain fun, you need more than rock-hard legs: The key is elasticity.
  • The lining helps give blood vessels the elasticity they need to regulate blood pressure.
Sinónimos
2Ability to change and adapt; adaptability.
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  • Within the rodents, which generally have short generation times, generation time is positively correlated with adult survival elasticity.
  • They even have enough elasticity power to allow you to disagree with them.
  • It remains a permanent monument to the academic aspect of elasticity.
3 Economics The degree to which a demand or supply is sensitive to changes in price or income: the price elasticity of electricity demand
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  • Cars have a relatively high income elasticity of demand.
  • Students might have been surprised to see they were being asked to work out the rate of inflation, the elasticity or the multiplier.
  • The average of our two estimates of exhortation expenditure elasticities of supply is 0.235.

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Pronunciación: ˈrɛtrə(ʊ)flɛks
adjective
turned backwards