Counterpressure



[koun-ter-presh-er] /ˈkaʊn tərˌprɛʃ ər/

noun
1.
in the opposite direction or with opposing effect.

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  • Counterproductive

    [koun-ter-pruh-duhk-tiv] /ˌkaʊn tər prəˈdʌk tɪv/ adjective 1. thwarting the achievement of an intended goal; tending to defeat one’s purpose: Living on credit while trying to save money is counterproductive. /ˌkaʊntəprəˈdʌktɪv/ adjective 1. tending to hinder or act against the achievement of an aim adj. also counter-productive, counter productive, 1920, American English, from counter- + productive.

  • Counterprogram

    [koun-ter-proh-gram, ‐gruh m] /ˈkaʊn tərˌproʊ græm, ‐grəm/ verb (used with object), counterprogramed or counterprogrammed, counterprograming or counterprogramming. 1. to schedule (a broadcast on radio or television) to compete with one on another station. verb (used without object), counterprogramed or counterprogrammed, counterprograming or counterprogramming. 2. to engage in such scheduling of broadcasts.



  • Counter-programming

    [koun-ter-proh-gram, ‐gruh m] /ˈkaʊn tərˌproʊ græm, ‐grəm/ verb (used with object), counterprogramed or counterprogrammed, counterprograming or counterprogramming. 1. to schedule (a broadcast on radio or television) to compete with one on another station. verb (used without object), counterprogramed or counterprogrammed, counterprograming or counterprogramming. 2. to engage in such scheduling of broadcasts.

  • Counterproof

    /ˈkaʊntəˌpruːf/ noun 1. (printing) a reverse impression of a newly printed proof of an engraving made by laying it while wet upon plain paper and passing it through the press



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