cusp

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(Tıp) Kalp kapakçığını oluşturan, yaprak şeklindeki iki veya üç parçadan her biri
{i} sivri uç
dilim
(Havacılık) birleşme noktası
doruk
zirve
yeni ayın sivri uçlarından her biri
(Tıp) Diş tacı üzeirndeki küçük çıkıntılardan her biri
{i}
cusped sivri uçları olan
iki eğrinin birbirlerine teğet oldukları nokta
(Askeri) KIYI ÇIKINTISI: Bir kıyı boyunca, dalga tesiriyle denize doğru uzanmış burunlar halinde teşekkül eden çakıl yığınları
(Tıp) Gittikçe incelen çıkıntı, sivri çıkıntı
uç/kesişme nokta
(Askeri) sivri uçlu
cusp angle
(Diş Hekimliği) Tüberkül tepesinden aşağı dik indirilen hayali bir çizği ile tüberkül kenarının meziodistal veya bukkolingual düzlemde yaptığı açı
on the cusp of
Başlangıç noktasında, başlangıcında
cusped
sivri üçlü
beach cusp
(Askeri) sahil çıkıntısı
cusped
(sıfat) sivri uçlu
supplemental cusp
(Diş Hekimliği) Anormal veya fazla tüberkül
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A boundary between zodiacal signs and houses
Any of the pointed parts of a canine tooth or molar
An important moment when a decision is made that will determine future events
A sharp point or pointed end
A point of a curve where the curve is continuous but has no derivative, but such that it has a derivative at every nearby point
{n} the horns of the moon a point
If you say that someone or something is on the cusp, you mean they are between two states, or are about to be in a particular state. I am sitting on the cusp of middle age. In architecture, the intersection of lobed or scalloped forms, particularly in arches (cusped arches) and tracery. Thus the three lobes of a trefoil (cloverleaf form) are separated by three cusps. Cusped forms appear in early Islamic work and were especially common in the Moorish architecture of North Africa and Spain. The form was adopted wholeheartedly by European Gothic architecture
The line separating a sign or a house from the one prior
small elevation on the grinding surface of a tooth
A point on a curve C where the gradient of the tangent to C has a discontinuity
a thin triangular flap of a heart valve
The protruding portion(s) of a tooth's chewing surface D
The strongest point (usually the beginning) of a house or sign in the chart The sign on the cusp of any house and its ruling planet are the rulers of that house Planets near the cusp are more significant than otherwise, especially if in an angular house
point formed by two intersecting arcs (as from the intrados of a Gothic arch) small elevation on the grinding surface of a tooth a thin triangular flap of a heart valve
One of a series of short ridges on the FORESHORE separated by crescent-shaped TROUGHS spaced at more or less regular intervals Between these cusps are hollows The cusps are spaced at somewhat uniform distances along beaches They represent a combination of constructive and destructive processes
A trumpet-shaped salient of a hyperbolic structure or Riemannian metric which is typically infinitely long The neighborhood of an ideal vertex is a kind of cusp
The beginning or first entrance of any house in the calculations of nativities, etc
A triangular protection from the intrados of an arch, or from an inner curve of tracery
An elevation on the occlusial surface of an unworn tooth
The protruding portion(s) of a tooth's chewing surface
A sharp and rigid point
The point or horn of the crescent moon or other crescent-shaped luminary
Point on a stroke where the direction of writing changes in a discontinuous fashion For example, if a stroke represents the capital letter "L", there are three cusps: two corresponding to the first and last control points on the stroke and a third representing the corner of the "L "
Seaward bulge, approximately parabolic in shape, in the beach contours May occur singly, in the lee of an offshore bulk or island, or as one of a number of similar, approximately regularly- spaced features on a long straight beach
The boundary or starting point of a zodiac sign or house See also House
The imaginary line that divides one house or sign from another, although some house systems regard the cusp as marking the center of the house Cusps are a subject of much discussion and disagreement Some believe that a planet on the cusp of two houses or signs will share the influence of both, while others maintain that the cusp is the strongest point, and therefore a planet on the cusp will demonstrate most clearly the influence of the sign or house it is moving into A rationalization for this latter idea is that through progression, the planet will remain for the maximum time in the applying sign or house
a point or peak on the top surface of a tooth
The point of a tooth's chewing surface
The v-shaped portion of the tracing that occurs at the mid-point of a turn skated on one foot
the small triangular point between the foils in Gothic tracery The cusps may have with a triangular, inverted pyramid carved into them
A curved, triangular-shaped projection from the inner curve of an arch or circle; Curves meeting in a point
To furnish with a cusp or cusps
point formed by two intersecting arcs (as from the intrados of a Gothic arch)
{i} point, pointed end
A multiple point of a curve at which two or more branches of the curve have a common tangent
A point of a curve where it has two tangents
Curves meeting in a point
A prominence or point, especially on the crown of a tooth
(1) The degree of the ecliptic where the end of one sign is separated from the beginning of the next sign; (2) the point (a zodiacal position) which marks the boundary of one house from the next
on the cusp of
At the point in time that marks the beginning of something
on the cusp of something
At the point in time that marks the beginning of something
cusped
having cusps or points
cusped
{s} pointed, having sharp ends
cusps
(of the magnetosphere)--two regions of weak magnetic field, on the sunward boundary of the magnetosphere, one on each side of the equator They separate magnetic field lines closing on the front from those swept into theearth's magnetotail
cusps
Pointed or rounded raised areas on the surface of the tooth
cusps
the peaks on the chewing surface of the back teeth
cusps
plural of cusp
cusps
The space of one degree on either side between two houses or signs People borh "on the cusp" are people born within a degree of the change between one sign to the next They may strongly exhibit characteristics of both signs
cusps
peaks or raised areas of a tooth which usually fit into a fossa on the opposing tooth
cusps
(of the magnetosphere)——two regions of weak magnetic field, on the sunward boundary of the magnetosphere, one on each side of the equator They separate magnetic field lines closing on the front from those swept into the Earth's magnetotail
cusp

    Турецкое произношение

    kʌsp

    Произношение

    /ˈkəsp/ /ˈkʌsp/

    Этимология

    [ 'k&sp ] (noun.) 1585. From Latin cuspis (“a point, spear, pointed end”); first used in astrology.

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