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fps abbreviation of "foot-pound-second," or "foot-pound-seconds," of, designating, or pertaining to the system of measurement in which the foot, pound, and second are the basic units of length, mass, and time.
Fr symbol of the chemical element francium.
Fr. abbreviation of "Frater" (Latin); brother (used in a proper name, esp. in connection with a religious fraternal order).
Fra a title for an Italian monk or friar in the Roman Catholic Church; brother.
fracas a noisy disturbance or quarrel.
fractal in mathematics and physics, a very irregular line or surface that is formed of an endless number of irregular sections, so that its dimensions or other physical properties are always only approximations based on the system of measuring that is used.
fraction a number expressed as one number or algebraic quantity divided by another. [4 definitions]
fractional pertaining to or consisting of a fraction. [2 definitions]
fractional currency coins or paper money with a value less than the standard monetary unit, such as a U.S. dime or quarter.
fractionate to separate into ingredients, component parts, or the like, as by a chemical separation.
fractious inclined to be irritable and quarrelsome; cranky. [2 definitions]
fracture the act of breaking or the state of being broken, esp. a bone. [7 definitions]
fractus a kind of ragged cumulus or stratus cloud.
fragile easily damaged; delicate. [2 definitions]
fragility the condition of being delicate and easily broken.
fragment a broken off or incomplete part. [3 definitions]
fragmental fragmentary.
fragmentary consisting of fragments; incomplete or disconnected.
fragmentation the act or process of breaking into fragments. [2 definitions]
fragmentation bomb a bomb that scatters shell fragments over a large area when it explodes.
fragmented broken up into fragments. [2 definitions]