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boundary British & World English

A line which marks the limits of an area; a dividing line

boundary layer British & World English

A layer of more or less stationary fluid (such as water or air) immediately surrounding an immersed moving object

boundary rider British & World English

A person employed to maintain the outer fences of a cattle or sheep station

boundary umpire British & World English

An umpire on the boundary line who signals when the ball is out and throws it back in to restart play

boundary value British & World English

A value specified by a boundary condition

Boundary Waters British & World English

A region in northeast Minnesota, along the Ontario border, known as a canoeing wilderness

K/T boundary British & World English

Short for Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary.

boundary condition British & World English

A condition that is required to be satisfied at all or part of the boundary of a region in which a set of differential conditions is to be solved

surface boundary layer British & World English

The lowest layer of the earth’s atmosphere extending to about one kilometer. Winds within it are affected by friction with the earth’s surface

Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary British & World English

The division between the Cretaceous and Tertiary periods, about 65 million years ago

K/T boundary in Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary British & World English

The division between the Cretaceous and Tertiary periods, about 65 million years ago

boundary English Thesaurus

the river Jordan marks the boundary between Israel and Jordan

boundary English-Spanish

límite masculine

boundary in border English Thesaurus

the designs decorating the border of a medieval manuscript

boundary in boundary English Thesaurus

the river Jordan marks the boundary between Israel and Jordan

boundary in frontier English Thesaurus

the lakes sit astride the US–Canadian frontier

boundary line in boundary English-Spanish

línea feminine divisoria, linde


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