oscillate

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To swing back and forth, especially if with a regular rhythm

A pendulum oscillates slower as it gets longer.

To vacillate between conflicting opinions, etc

The mood for change oscillated from day to day.

to swing back and forth
If an object oscillates, it moves repeatedly from one position to another and back again, or keeps getting bigger and smaller. I checked to see if the needle indicating volume was oscillating. + oscillation oscillations os·cil·la·tion Some oscillation of the fuselage had been noticed on early flights
If you oscillate between two moods, attitudes, or types of behaviour, you keep changing from one to the other and back again. The president of the Republic oscillated between a certain audacity and a prudent realism. + oscillation os·cil·la·tion that perpetual oscillation between despair and distracted joy
be undecided about something; waver between conflicting positions or courses of action; "He oscillates between accepting the new position and retirement"
{f} vary regularly between two positions; vacillate between two opinions; fluctuate between high and low values; swing predictably between two extremes
To move backward and forward; to vibrate like a pendulum; to swing; to sway
If the level or value of something oscillates between one amount and another, it keeps going up and down between the two amounts. Oil markets oscillated on the day's reports from Geneva. an oscillating signal of microwave frequency. = fluctuate + oscillation oscillations os·cil·la·tion There have always been slight oscillations in world temperature
move or swing from side to side regularly; "the needle on the meter was oscillating"
move or swing from side to side regularly; "the needle on the meter was oscillating
To vary or fluctuate between fixed limits; to act or move in a fickle or fluctuating manner; to change repeatedly, back and forth
oscillation
a single such cycle
oscillation
the act of oscillating or the state of being oscillated
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defined for each point x in the domain of the function by \inf\left\{\mathrm{diam}(f(U))\mid U\mathrm{\ is\ a\ neighborhood\ of\ }x\right\}, and describes the difference (possibly ∞) between the limit superior and limit inferior of the function near that point
oscillatory
capable of sustaining oscillations
oscillatory
that oscillates; oscillating
oscillation
{n} the vibration of a pendulum
oscillatory
{a} moving like a pendulum, waving
oscillated
past of oscillate
oscillates
third-person singular of oscillate
oscillating
having periodic vibrations
oscillating
That oscillates; vibrating; swinging
oscillating
Moving in a repeated back-and-forth motion
oscillating
present participle of oscillate
oscillating
{s} characterized by oscillation, fluctuating, vacillating, wavering
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A behavior of a function over some range which repeats itself multiple times, or over many periods [Graphs][Functions] [Case: Newton's Law]
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Fluctuation; variation; change back and forth
oscillation
A single swing from one side to the other
oscillation
{i} act of something which oscillates; regular pendulation between two positions; vacillation between two opinions; fluctuation between high and low values; wavering between two extremes
oscillation
the process of oscillating between states
oscillation
(physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean the process of oscillating between states
oscillation
A to-and-fro or, side-to-side movement
oscillation
The movement to and fro between two points Also the swinging between two points such as pendulum
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The rate at which an electric toothbrush head moves back and forth or spins The higher the speed the more advanced the cleaning capability and stain removal
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An oscillation, as it applies to microgravity experiments, is a vibration However, oscillations can refer to any steady back and forth movements
oscillation
Acoustics
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The act of oscillating; a swinging or moving backward and forward, like a pendulum; vibration
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A periodic motion backward and forward To vibrate or vary above and below a mean value
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a single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon; "a year constitutes a cycle of the seasons"
oscillation
(physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean
oscillation
To vary regularly from high to low values, such as a light wave
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In acoustics, pressure oscillation is the variation of sound pressure with time alternately above and below the ambient static pressure
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        Any periodic vibration or cycle of motion about an
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The travel of the balance wheel from one extreme to the other and back again See Vibration
oscillation
A repeated back and forth movement
oscillation
The variation, usually with time, of the magnitude of quantity with respect to a specified reference when the magnitude is alternately greater and smaller than the reference
oscillation
Rotation about an axis parallel with the towing vehicle
oscillation
Variation with time of a quantity such as force, stress, pressure, displacement, velocity, acceleration or jerk Usually implies some regularity (as in sinusoidal or complex vibration)
oscillation
Uneven wrap in coiling and lateral travel during winding Improper alignment of rolls over which the metal passes before rewinding and insufficient rewind tension are typical causes See also "Telescoping "
oscillation
Variation with time of a quantity such as F, stress, pressure, x, v, a or jerk Usually implies some regularity (as in sinusoidal or complex vibration)
oscillation
Motion of balance from one position of maximum displacement to the next and the return to original position
oscillation
a regular periodic fluctuation in value about some mean
oscillation
— a repetitive movement or change that alternates between two states or extremes, each of which represents a minimum or a maximum value
oscillation
The natural frequency at which almost every physical system moves when disturbed from rest; it can be free or forced See also resonance and seiche
oscillatory
{s} characterized by oscillation; fluctuating; variable; indecisive, wavering between opinions
oscillatory
Moving, or characterized by motion, backward and forward like a pendulum; swinging; oscillating; vibratory; as, oscillatory motion
oscillatory
having periodic vibrations
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