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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]
fast-paced characterized by near constant activity, hurry, or excitement. [1/3 definitions]
fixed made stable; constant. [1/5 definitions]
geostationary of or pertaining to a satellite or spacecraft that travels around the earth's equator at a speed equal to the earth's rotation so as to maintain a constant relation to points on the earth's surface.
grazing (informal) eating food all day; constant snacking. [1/2 definitions]
helix a three-dimensional curve with a central axis and a steadily increasing, steadily decreasing, or constant circumference; spiral.
hothouse a heated glass building used to grow plants that require a constant warm temperature. [1/2 definitions]
hyperbola a conic section consisting of two identical but opposite curves, which may be defined as the set of all points in a plane such that the distances of each point to two defined foci have a constant difference.
inertia in physics, the tendency of a motionless body to remain still or of a body in motion to continue at a constant velocity along a straight line unless subjected to some external force. [1/2 definitions]
invariable that which is constant or invariable. [1/2 definitions]
isothermal of, related to, or designating equal temperatures or changes occurring at constant temperatures. [1/3 definitions]
kinetic theory in physics, the theory that the particles of all matter are in constant motion and that temperature is dependent on the speed of such motion.
nag1 to bother with constant complaints, demands, or instructions; pester. [1/6 definitions]
nonconstant combined form of constant.
ordinary the part of Catholic Mass that is constant. [1/5 definitions]
parameter a constant or variable term in a mathematical expression that restricts or determines the form of that expression. [1/3 definitions]
perennial lasting throughout the year, for many years, or indefinitely; constant. [1/4 definitions]
Planck's constant the fundamental constant in quantum mechanics that expresses the ratio of the radiant energy of one quantum to the frequency of radiation.
plate tectonics (used with a sing. verb) the geologic theory that the earth's crust consists of several independent plates floating on semiliquid magma, whose constant motion is the cause of continental drift, volcanic eruption, and the like.
pound1 to instill by constant repetition. [1/8 definitions]
pressure the applying of constant force upon a surface. [1/4 definitions]