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odraz [ muški rod ]

Korak koji prethodi izvođenju skoka.

blip [ imenica ]
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A radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface; SYN. radar target.
A trace on a display screen (as an oscilloscope); especially; a spot on a radar screen
A short crisp sound
An interruption of the sound received in a radio or television program or occurring in a recording as a result of blipping
A transient sharp movement up or down (as of a quantity commonly shown on a graph)
Something relatively small or inconsequential within a larger context

mirror [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. mirour, French miroir, Old Fren. also mireor, from (assumed) Late Lat. miratorium, from mirare to look at, Latin mirari to wonder. Related to Marvel, Miracle, Mirador.
A faithful depiction or reflection.
A polished surface that forms images by reflecting light.
Any polished surface that reflects light; often made from “silvered” glass (in practice, a mercury-alloy coating of glass). A plane (flat) mirror produces a same-size, erect “virtual” image located behind the mirror at the same distance from it as the object is in front of it. A spherical concave mirror produces a reduced, inverted real image in front or an enlarged, erect virtual image behind it (as in a shaving mirror), depending on how close the object is to the mirror. A spherical convex mirror produces a reduced, erect virtual image behind it (as in a car’s rear-view mirror).
In a plane mirror the light rays appear to come from behind the mirror but do not actually do so. The inverted real image from a spherical concave mirror is an image in which the rays of light pass through it. The focal length f of a spherical mirror is half the radius of curvature; it is related to the image distance v and object distance u by the equation 1/v + 1/u = 1/f.
Liquid mirrors using, for example mercury, are formed by rotating the liquid so that gravity and centrifugal forces shape it into a perfect parabola. They have a number of advantages over solid mirrors: they do not sag and so can theoretically be made much larger; they are cheaper, and need no polishing. In 19a small number of liquid-mirror telescopes had been built for research purposes.

reflection [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin reflexio: cf. French réflexion. Related to Riflect.
The ability to reflect beams or rays; SYN. reflexion, reflectivity.
The image of something as reflected by a mirror (or other reflective material).
The phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound) being thrown back from a surface; SYN. reflexion.

reflex [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin reflexus a bending back. Related to Reflect.
An automatic reaction; SYN. physiological reaction.
In animals, a very rapid involuntary response to a particular stimulus. It is controlled by the nervous system. A reflex involves only a few nerve cells, unlike the slower but more complex responses produced by the many processing nerve cells of the brain.
A simple reflex is entirely automatic and involves no learning. Examples of such reflexes include the sudden withdrawal of a hand in response to a painful stimulus, or the jerking of a leg when the kneecap is tapped. Sensory cells (receptors) in the knee send signals to the spinal cord along a sensory nerve cell. Within the spine a reflex arc switches the signals straight back to the muscles of the leg (effectors) via an intermediate nerve cell and then a motor nerve cell; contraction of the leg occurs, and the leg kicks upward. Only three nerve cells are involved, and the brain is only aware of the response after it has taken place. Such reflex arcs are particularly common in lower animals, and have a high survival value, enabling organisms to take rapid action to avoid potential danger. In higher animals (those with a well-developed central nervous system) the simple reflex can be modified by the involvement of the brain—for instance, humans can override the automatic reflex to withdraw a hand from a source.
Of pain.
A conditioned reflex involves the modification of a reflex action in response to experience (learning). A stimulus that produces a simple reflex response becomes linked with another, possibly unrelated, stimulus. For example, a dog may salivate (a reflex action) when it sees its owner remove a can-opener from a drawer because it has learned to associate that stimulus with the stimulus of being fed.
Psychology, reflex transferred to new or different stimulus.

repercussion [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin repercussio: cf. French répercussion.
A remote or indirect consequence of some action.
Reflection, reverberation.

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