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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Tıp) oblike
{i} yoldan çıkma
(Tıp) Eğiklik, meyil
{i} eğim
{i} eğilim
{i} sapma
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obliquity, skew, slant
eğim, eğrilik, çekik
obliquity angle
oblik (verevlik) açısı
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İngilizce - İngilizce
The quality of being obscure, oftentimes willfully, sometimes as an exercise in euphemism

That spiked my gun. I could not say anything. I was entirely out of verbal obliquities; to go further would be to lie, and that I would not do; so I simply sat still and suffered , -- sat mutely and resignedly there, and sizzled, -- for I was being slowly fried to death in my own blushes.

Mental or moral deviation or perversity; immorality

Stray's , apt to keep more to the shadows, tended to be practitioners of obliquity—as it quite often came down to, varieties of pimp.

The quality of being oblique in direction; deviating from the horizontal or vertical, or the angle created by such a deviation

The Planet Earth, so stedfast though she seem, / Insensibly three different Motions move? / Which else to several Sphears thou must ascribe, / Mov'd contrarie with thwart obliquities.

{n} deviation from a direct or perpendicular line or from rectitude
{n} an oblique state, a deviation from moral rectitude
The angle between a body's equatorial plane and orbital plane
The angle between the equatorial and orbital planes (or the rotational and orbital poles) of a body The obliquity of the ecliptic for the Earth is the angle between the equatorial and ecliptic planes [1]
The condition of being oblique; deviation from a right line; deviation from parallelism or perpendicularity; the amount of such deviation; divergence; as, the obliquity of the ecliptic to the equator
the angle of tilt of a planet's axis of rotation
Tilt of the Earth's polar axis as measured from the perpendicular to the plane of the Earth's orbit around the sun The angle of this tilt varies from 22 5 to 24 5 degrees over a 41,000 year period Current obliquity is 23 5 degrees
{i} state of being oblique; slant, incline; deviation, aberration; state of being indirect, lack of straightforwardness
the quality of being deceptive
The obliquity of the ecliptic is the angle between the planes of the celestial equator and the ecliptic It is equal to the tilt of the Earth's axis: about 23½°
Deviation from ordinary rules; irregularity; deviation from moral rectitude
the presentation during labor of the head of the fetus at an abnormal angle
The angle in space formed between the ecliptic and the celestial equator At present it is 23°-27" and is decreasing slowly with time
Also called the obliquity of the ecliptic, this term is used to denote the tilt of the earth's axis with respect to the plane of the earth's orbit This is one of the three main orbital perturbations (the other two being eccentricity and precession) involved in the Milankovitch theory and as such varies from about 22 to 25° at a period of about 41,000 years Obliquity perturbations tend to amplify the seasonal cycle in the high latitudes of both hemispheres simultaneously, with the effect small in the tropics and maximum at the poles See Williams (1993)





    [ O-'bli-kw&-tE, &- ] (noun.) 15th century. From Middle French obliquité, from Latin obliquitas, from obliquus ‘oblique’.

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