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kapacitet [ muški rod ]

Sposobnost, umešnost, valjanost; upotrebljivost; sposobnost hvatanja, sposobnost sadržavanja, zapremina, sadržina, prostranost, obimnost; čovek koji uživa velik i neosporan autoritet, ugled u nekoj struci (naučnik, umetnik i dr.), priznat stručnjak (lat.)

ability [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM French habileté, earlier spelling habilité (with silent h), Latin habilitas aptitude, ability, from habilis apt. Related to Able.
Possession of the qualities (especially mental qualities) required to do something or get something done; SYN. power.
The quality of being able to perform; a quality that permits or facilitates achievement or accomplishment.

capacitance [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

The ability to store an electric charge. Capacitance is measured in farads. A capacitance of 1 farad will hold 1 coulomb of charge at a potential of 1 volt. In practical use, a farad is an extremely large amount of capacitance; typical capacitors have values of microfarads (10-6 ) or picofarads (10-). See also capacitor.
An electrical phenomenon whereby an electric charge is stored; SYN. electrical capacity, capacity.
Electricity, ability to store an electric charge; measure of such ability.

capacity [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin capacitus, from capax, capacis; from French capacité. Related to Capacious.
(volume) Alternative term for volume, generally used to refer to the amount of liquid or gas that may be held in a container. Units of capacity include liter and milliliter (metric); pint and gallon (imperial).
Ability to perform or produce.
The power to learn or retain knowledge; SYN. mental ability.
A specified function.
The amount that can be contained; SYN. content.
The maximum production possible.
This word is used in names of quantities which express the relative amount of some quantity with respect to a another quantity upon which it depends. For example, heat capacity is dU/dT, where U is the internal energy and T is the temperature. Electrical capacity, or capacitance is another example: C = |dQ/dV|, where Q is the magnitude of charge on each capacitor plate and V is the potential diference between the plates.

continent [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM French continence, Latin continentia. Related to Continent, Countenance.
One of the large landmasses of the earth.
Any one of the seven large land masses of the Earth, as distinct from the oceans. They are Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, Australia, and Antarctica. Continents are constantly moving and evolving (see plate tectonics). A continent does not end at the coastline; its boundary is the edge of the shallow continental shelf, which may extend several hundred kilometers out to sea.
At the center of each continental mass lies a shield or craton, a deformed mass of old metamorphic rocks dating from Precambrian times. The shield is thick, compact, and solid (the Canadian Shield is an example), having undergone all the mountain-building activity it is ever likely to, and is usually worn flat. Around the shield is a concentric pattern of fold mountains, with older ranges, such as the Rockies, closest to the shield, and younger ranges, such as the coastal ranges of North America, farther away. This general concentric pattern is modified when two continental masses have drifted together and they become welded with a great mountain range along the join, the way Europe and N Asia are joined along the Urals. If a continent is torn apart, the new continental edges have no fold mountains; for instance, South America has fold mountains (the Andes) along its western flank, but none along the east where it tore away from Africa 2million years ago.

output [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

Production of a certain amount; SYN. yield.
What is produced in a given time period; SYN. outturn, turnout.
The electrical signal measured at the output terminals which is produced by an applied input to a transducer.
Quantity of goods and services produced or provided by a business organization or economy.

power [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM Old Eng. pouer, poer, Old Fren. poeir, pooir, French pouvoir, n and v , from Late Lat. potere, for Latin posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. Related to Possible, Potent, Posse comitatus.
Possession of controlling influence; SYN. powerfulness, potency.
One possessing or exercising power or influence or authority; SYN. force.
(Physics) The rate of doing work; measured in watts (joules/second).



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