osculation

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A contact between curves or surfaces, at which point they have a common tangent
A kiss
Determining whether a number is divisible by another by means of certain operations on its digits
A close contact
The action of kissing
{n} the act of kissing, a close contract
the act of caressing with the lips (or an instance thereof)
(mathematics) a contact of two curves (or two surfaces) at which they have a common tangent
The act of kissing; a kiss
The contact of one curve with another, when the number of consecutive points of the latter through which the former passes suffices for the complete determination of the former curve
{i} kissing; touching of a curved surface
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To kiss someone or something
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To perform osculation
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To make contact
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To touch closely, so as to have a common curvature at the point of contact
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touch with the lips or press the lips (against someone's mouth or other body part) as an expression of love, greeting, etc ; "The newly married couple kissed"; "She kissed her grandfather on the forehead when she entered the room"
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have at least three points in common with; "one curve osculates the other"; "these two surfaces osculate" be intermediate between two taxonomic groups; "These species osculate
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To have characters in common with two genera or families, so as to form a connecting link between them; to interosculate
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be intermediate between two taxonomic groups; "These species osculate"
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To kiss one another; to kiss
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have at least three points in common with; "one curve osculates the other"; "these two surfaces osculate"
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To kiss
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To touch closely
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To touch so as to have a common tangent at the point of contact
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{f} kiss; touch a curved surface
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See Osculation, 2
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be intermediate between two taxonomic groups; "These species osculate
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plural of osculation
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    os·cu·la·tion

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    Etymologie

    [ "äs-ky&-'lA-sh&n ] (noun.) circa 1658. From Latin ōsculātiō (“a kissing”) from osculor (“I kiss”).

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