sustantivo (plural equilibria /ˌiːkwɪˈlɪbrɪə/ /ˌɛkwɪˈlɪbrɪə/)[mass noun]
- A dynamic and nearly balanced equilibrium between opposing forces appears to characterize the situation.
- The unsustainable nature of psi is consistent with the concept that psi effects are a dynamic or fluctuating equilibrium between opposing forces.
- This analysis suggested that the African population is close to equilibrium between mutational forces and genetic drift.
- An orderly life includes mental as well as physical equilibrium, and shunning all evil thoughts.
- Earth, unlike the other solar planets, is not in physical equilibrium.
- Once detached from the gland and ring, respectively, the cell and bubble become spherical to achieve physical equilibrium.
- It might appear from the above that postures, breathing techniques and sensory control automatically purge the mind of distractions and bring about equilibrium and calm.
- I certainly felt bound to the river for restoring my equilibrium, for calming my senses and for providing me with an escape from the city.
- He'd clearly achieved equilibrium as he calmed down until, noticing he wasn't packing his stuff, the checkout woman tried to help him.
- The maximum concentration of ions in the solution is in equilibrium with the precipitated solid.
- Therefore, the metastable equilibrium between iron and iron carbide should be considered, because it is relevant to the behavior of most steels in practice.
- The current ozone layer is as a result of equilibrium between breakdown and recombination.
- There has been a huge increase in supply and now the levels of supply and demand are in equilibrium.
- In such a model, prices are in equilibrium at every moment, even when equilibrium prices are changing over time.
- There appears to be equilibrium in demand supply.
- Oraciones de ejemplo
- Cenozoic mammals of North America exhibited equilibrial diversity for approximately 55 Myr (Eocene-Pleistocene), with strong local interactions limiting diversity in local assemblages.
- If mortality schedules subsequent to recruitment are strongly density-dependent, pulses of high recruitment will be followed by enhanced mortality and the standing population will remain at or close to an equilibrial size.
- Some of the chapter authors refine these definitions somewhat to reflect current usage, for example, defining a regulated population in terms of a stationary probability distribution rather than an equilibrial density.
Early 17th century (in the sense 'well-balanced state of mind'): from Latin aequilibrium, from aequi- 'equal'+ libra 'balance'.
Palabras que riman con equilibriumLibrium
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Saltos de línea: equi|lib¦rium
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