coarse grained

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rough in texture, having a bumpy or irregular grain
coarse grained wood
{i} wood having a rough in texture
coarse-grained
Having a coarse, irregular texture
coarse-grained
Consisting of coarse particles
coarse-grained
Crude: "coarse-grained humor"
coarse-grained
Having a coarse grain: "coarse-grained wood"
coarse grain
(adj ) See granularity
coarse grain
Steel having up to 12 grains per square inch Steel having more than 12 grains per square inch is classified as "fine grain" Traditionally, steel is assigned a grain size number These numbers are broken down as follows
coarse grain
See: Grain, coarse
coarse-grained
not having a fine texture; "coarse-grained wood
coarse-grained
not having a fine texture; "coarse-grained wood"
coarse-grained
Refer to "Grain" Common Programming Interface (CPIX) Programming interface standard (API) for network processors (NPUs) Common Switch Interface (CSIX) Link layer standard for communicating with switch fabrics, maintained by NPF Complimentary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) A form of integrated circuit technology that is typically used in low-speed and low-power applications Configurable System-on-Chip (CSoC) A vendor-specific name for a particular type of RCS Configuration Set-up the logic in the cells and the routing between them Content Addressable Memory (CAM) A device that compares against many bit patterns, returning a value corresponding to the match (Thus, the result is determined from finding a matching value (content), not from providing the address of the value as done for a RAM )
coarse-grained
adj a textural description that indicates large crystal or grain sizes in a rock
coarse-grained
Wood with wide conspicuous annual rings in which there is considerable difference between springwood and summerwood The term is sometimes used to designate wood with large pores, such as oak, ash, chestnut, and walnut, but in this sense the term "coarse textured" is more often used
coarse-grained
The level of complexity of Web services A less well-defined level of complexity, such as a purchase order that is exchanged between a manufacturer and supplier Differing from a fine-grained level of complexity, such as a simple UNIX call
coarse-grained
composed of or covered with relatively large particles; "granular sugar"; "gritty sand"
coarsegrained
Having a coarse grain or texture, as wood; hence, wanting in refinement
coarse grained

    Турецкое произношение

    kôrs greynd

    Произношение

    /ˈkôrs ˈgrānd/ /ˈkɔːrs ˈɡreɪnd/

    Этимология

    [ 'kOrs, 'kors ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English cors, perhaps from course, n..

    Слово дня

    running dog
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