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ache to produce or experience a dull, constant pain. [2/4 definitions]
active capable of constant or quick movement. [1/6 definitions]
alternate to cause a constant interchange between. [1/9 definitions]
arithmetic progression a sequence of numbers that results from adding a constant number, such as 4, to each previous number, and thus obtaining a series such as 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26.
assiduous persistent and unremitting; constant. [1/2 definitions]
atomic clock an extremely accurate timekeeping device regulated by the reliably constant frequency at which atoms of certain highly reactive substances absorb or emit electromagnetic radiation.
batter1 to wear down by constant pressure or use. [1/3 definitions]
big lie a gross falsity, distortion, or misrepresentation that becomes widely accepted through constant repetition and elaboration (usu. prec. by the). [1/2 definitions]
chafe to become annoyed as a result of repeated or constant irritation. [1/6 definitions]
changeless unchanging, invariable, or immutable; constant.
class struggle in Marxist theory, the constant contention for economic and political power that goes on between the owners of the means of production, or capitalists, and the workers.
coefficient the constant part of an algebraic term involving multiplication. [2 definitions]
conservation of energy a principle of physics that asserts that the total energy in a closed system remains constant regardless of changes in the system.
conservation of matter a principle of physics that asserts that the total matter in a closed system remains constant, regardless of changes in the system.
constancy the quality of being constant or invariable, as in purpose, opinion, or devotion; steadfastness; loyalty. [1/2 definitions]
dead load the fixed or permanent weight of a structure that exerts a uniform, constant pressure on the supports. (Cf. live load.)
demanding requiring constant attention or effort. [1/2 definitions]
Dewar flask a thermos container with a vacuum between, and a reflective surface on the interior of, its double walls, used esp. to store liquefied gases at constant temperatures.
diminishing returns a proposition in economics that when the amount of one factor of production, such as labor, is increased past a certain point while the amounts of other factors, such as land or capital, are held constant, additional output will increase only at a progressively lower and lower rate.
dynamic characterized by constant activity, forward movement, or change, often with positive results. [1/5 definitions]
equilibrium in chemistry, a condition in which a reaction and its reverse happen at the same rate, preserving constant proportions of the reactants involved. [1/3 definitions]