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To behave submissively, inde
To render wimpy
someone who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washy
Alternative spelling of WIMP
Weakly interacting massive particle
(Bilgisayar) In human–computer interaction, WIMP stands for "window, icon, menu, pointing device", denoting a style of interaction using these elements. It was coined by Merzouga Wilberts in 1980.[1] Although its usage has fallen out of favor, it is often incorrectly used as an approximate synonym of "GUI"
(Bilgisayar) 1. A cowardly or unadventurous individual2. Weakly interacting massive particle, a hypothetical particle of matter3. (computing), an acronym for "window, icon, menu, pointing device"4. (software bundle), referring to web stack of Windows (operating system), IIS (web server), MySQL (database management system), and PHP/Perl/Python (programming language)5. (music streaming service), an acronym for "WIreless Music Player"6. Argon Programme, an experiment at Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, Italy, for the research of cold dark matter
disapproval If you call someone a wimp, you disapprove of them because they lack confidence or determination, or because they are often afraid of things. A subatomic particle that has a large mass and interacts with other matter primarily through gravitation. wimp out to not do something that you intended to do, because you do not feel brave enough, strong enough etc = cop out
A very Weakly Interacting relatively Massive elementary Particle WIMPs have not yet been observed
a person who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washy
{i} weak and cowardly person, pushover
The acronym, WIMP, stands for Windows, Icons, Menus, and Pull-downs This acronym is used to describe the way personal computer software looks and works (p 1)
Windows, Icons, Mice, and Pointing
Windows/Icons/Mouse Pointer Software The user environment employed in the GUI interface
Windows, icons, and mouse pointing See GUI
Windows-Icon-Mouse-Pointer A graphical interface that allows access methods other than a keyboard
Windows, Icons, Menus and Pointers (or maybe Windows, Icons, Mouse, Pull-down menus): The style of user interface invented at Xerox PARC, popularized by the Apple Macintosh, and now available in other graphical user interfaces, such as the X Window System, Motif, MicroSoft Windows, etc Also used as a derogatory term for those users who prefer such interfaces by those who do not
a hypothetical subatomic particle of large mass that interacts weakly with ordinary matter through gravitation; postulated as a constituent of the dark matter of the universe
wimp out
If you wimp out it means you got scared in a situation and dOn’t do something that you were planning to do

So if Steve saw his girlfriend and didn’t tell her what he thought, then he “wimped out”.

wimp out
Not do something that you intended to do, because you do not feel brave enough, strong enough etc
The state or condition of being wimpy
a wimp
{s} wimpy, spineless, weak, having an ineffectual character
disapproval Wimpish means the same as wimpy
weak and ineffectual
characteristic of a wimp
Windows, Icons, Mice, Pointers, Scroll Bars
Style of graphical user interface originally developed by Xerox and popularized by the Macintosh
Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (see also their nemises, MACHOs) A broad class of particles which were once in thermal equilibrium with the early universe but were "cold," i e , moving non-relativistically at the time of structure formation If the dark matter is composed mainly of WIMPs, then their density today is determined roughly by their annihilation rate, with weak-scale interactions WIMPs are expected to have collapsed into a roughly isothermal, spherical halo within which the visible portion of our galaxy resides, consistent with mesurements of spiral galaxy rotation curves The original WIMP was simply a heavy Dirac neutrino, now experimentally ruled out The neutralino predicted by supersymmetric extensions of the Standard Model is everyone's favorite WIMP nowadays This may be due to its non-ad hoc qualities: it is predicted in a separate context (particle physics) and actively sought in accelerator experiments, yet makes a nearly perfect cold dark matter particle
Dark matter jargon for Weakly Interacting Massive Particles; includes electrons, which have very little mass, and neutrinos, which may have zero mass Also called nonbaryonic matter
plural of wimp
weak and ineffectual
{s} spineless, weak, having an ineffectual character
Having the characteristics of a wimp
disapproval If you describe a person or their behaviour as wimpy, you disapprove of them because they are weak and seem to lack confidence or determination. a wimpy unpopular schoolboy This portrays her as wimpy, but she has a very strong character. = drippy

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    /ˈwəmp/ /ˈwɪmp/


    [ 'wimp ] (noun.) 1920. Contraction of "whimper", a sound a wimp might make. The term is rumored to have come from "Wimps", a group of French Roma who were kicked out of France, then moved to England and were kicked out again, then moved to the United States. The term was understood in the United States by the 1930s, as it was incorporated into the names of two famous media characters known for living up to that name: The devious but cowardly Popeye supporting character called "J. Wellington Wimpy", and the soft-spoken character "Wallace Wimple" from the radio show Fibber McGee and Molly.

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