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Romen rakamları dizisinde 10 sayısını gösterir
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The spot behind the goal
The twenty-fourth letter of the English alphabet, called ex and written in the Latin script
Any mark that looks like that letter, such as such a mark made by a person who cannot read or write, in lieu of a signature
An unknown quantity or unknown value
Ecstasy, a particular street drug
cross, crossing
Suitable only for those aged 16 or (later) 18 years and over
The symbol for abscissa. ex. to mark or remove a mistake in a piece of writing using an X = cross out
A movie rating indicating that admission will not be granted to anyone under the age of
{f} erase, nix, cross out with an X
the 24th letter of the Roman alphabet
{s} unknown, having an unknown value (Mathematics)
{i} 24th letter of the alphabet
street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine
X, the twenty-fourth letter of the English alphabet, has three sounds; a compound nonvocal sound (that of ks), as in wax; a compound vocal sound (that of gz), as in example; and, at the beginning of a word, a simple vocal sound (that of z), as in xanthic
being one more than nine
{i} unknown, variable (Mathematics); multiplication sign (Mathematics); number 10 in Roman numerals; anybody
the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one; the base of the decimal system
See Guide to Pronunciation, §§ 217, 270, 271
X ray
Electromagnetic radiation of extremely short wavelength (100 nanometres to 0.001 nanometre) produced by the deceleration of charged particles or the transitions of electrons in atoms. X rays travel at the speed of light and exhibit phenomena associated with waves, but experiments indicate that they can also behave like particles (see wave-particle duality). On the electromagnetic spectrum, they lie between gamma rays and ultraviolet radiation. They were discovered in 1895 by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, who named them X rays for their unknown nature. They are used in medicine to diagnose bone fractures, dental cavities, and cancer; to locate foreign objects in the body; and to stop the spread of malignant tumours. In industry, they are used to analyze and detect flaws in structures
x ray
electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength produced when high-speed electrons strike a solid target
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{M} x, unknown quantity
x ray
(Biyoloji) x ray

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    /ˈeks/ /ˈɛks/


    [ eks ] (noun.) before 12th century. Presumably by abbreviation of the pronunciation of ecstasy.

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