adj(usually before noun/generalmente delante del nombre)
- 1.1 (opposite, reversed) inverso in inverse order o sequence a la inversa, en orden inverso in inverse proportion/relation to sth en proporción/relación inversa a algo pressure and volume are in inverse proportion la presión y el volumen son inversamente proporcionales 1.2 [Mathematics/Matemáticas] [operation/element] inverso inverse function función (feminine) inversaMore example sentences
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- The positive sign on this effect suggests that the inverse relationship between early support from the mother and adult depressive symptoms is less substantial among male respondents.
- In theory, at least, this creates a direct, inverse relationship between the unemployment rate and the inflation rate.
- A review of 20 international studies looking into the link between the use of the oral contraceptives and rates of bowel cancer found an inverse relationship.
- He made major contributions to the inverse problem of Galois theory as well as to class field theory, thereby solving some long outstanding conjectures.
- That is addition, multiplication and the two inverse operations of subtraction and division.
- The reconstructions of outlines corresponding to extreme individuals using the inverse Fourier transform are plotted on the PC1 - PC2 projection.
- (no plural/sin plural) the inverse [Mathematics/Matemáticas] el inverso the inverse is also true lo inverso también es ciertoMore example sentences
- Video has always articulated itself as the negative inverse of television, the conscience of television, as Avital Ronell once put it.
- Where many live albums sound more organic than their studio counterparts, the inverse is true here.
- You take a verb, put un at the beginning, and get as result another verb that expresses the opposite or inverse of the action the original verb expressed.