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menjanje [ imenica ]

Smenjivanje, smena.

alteration [ imenica ]
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ETYM Cf. French altération.
The act of making something different (as e.g. the size of a garment); SYN. modification, adjustment.

inflection [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin inflexio; cf. French inflexion. Related to Inflect.
Or inflexion; In grammatical analysis, an ending or other element in a word that indicates its grammatical function (whether plural or singular, masculine or feminine, subject or object, and so on).
In a highly inflected language like Latin, nouns, verbs, and adjectives have many inflectional endings (for example, in the word amabunt the base am means “love” and the complex abunt indicates the kind of verb, the future tense, indicative mood, active voice, third person, and plurality). English has few inflections: for example, the s for plural forms (as in the books) and for the third person singular of verbs (as in He runs).
A change in the form of a word (usually by adding a suffix) to indicate a change in its grammatical function; SYN. inflexion.

shift [ imenica ]
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ETYM Cf. Icel skipti. Related to Shift.
A group of workers who work for a specific period of time.
An event in which something is displaced without rotation; SYN. displacement.
The act of moving from one place to another; SYN. shifting.
The time period during which one is at work; SYN. work shift, duty period.

modification [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin modificatio a measuring: cf. French modification. Related to Modify.
A slightly modified copy; not an exact copy.
The grammatical relation that exists when a word qualifies the meaning of the phrase; SYN. qualifying, limiting.

swap [ imenica ]
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In computing, to move segments of data in and out of memory. For fast operation as much data as possible is required in main memory, but it is generally not possible to include all data at the same time. Swapping is the operation of writing and reading from the backup store, often a special space on the disc.

variation [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. variatioun, French variation, Latin variatio. Related to Vary.
In biology, a difference between individuals of the same species, found in any sexually reproducing population. Variations may be almost unnoticeable in some cases, obvious in others, and can concern many aspects of the organism. Typically, variation in size, behavior, biochemistry, or coloring may be found. The cause of the variation is genetic (that is, inherited), environmental, or more usually a combination of the two. The origins of variation can be traced to the recombination of the genetic material during the formation of the gametes, and, more rarely, to mutation.(dance) In ballet, a solo dance, unless otherwise designated.Something that deviates from a norm or from pattern.
An activity that varies from a norm or standard; SYN. variance.
An instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change; SYN. fluctuation.
A repetition of a musical theme in which it is modified or embellished.

variegation [ imenica ]
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Description of plant leaves or stems that exhibit patches of different colors. The term is usually applied to plants that show white, cream, or yellow on their leaves, caused by areas of tissue that lack the green pigment chlorophyll. Variegated plants are bred for their decorative value, but they are often considerably weaker than the normal, uniformly green plant. Many will not breed true and require vegetative reproduction.
The term is sometimes applied to abnormal patchy coloring of petals, as in the variegated petals of certain tulips, caused by a virus infection. A mineral deficiency in the soil may also be the cause of variegation.

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