noun, Physics, Mechanics.
the pressure exerted by a fluid, directly proportional to the specific gravity at any point and to the height of the fluid above the point.
the pressure exerted by a fluid at any point inside it. The difference of pressure between two levels is determined by the product of the difference of height, the density, and the acceleration of free fall
fluidrachm flu·i·drachm (flōō’ĭ-drām’, flōō’ĭ-drām’) n. A fluid dram.
[flook] /fluk/ noun 1. the part of an anchor that catches in the ground, especially the flat triangular piece at the end of each arm. 2. a barb, or the barbed head, of a harpoon, spear, arrow, or the like. 3. either half of the triangular tail of a whale. [flook] /fluk/ noun 1. an […]
[floo-kee] /ˈflu ki/ adjective, flukier, flukiest. 1. . adjective Uncertain, unpredictable, andoften unexpected: It would have been a very fluky shot, even if he happened to have the camera in his hand (1867+)
[floo-kee] /ˈflu ki/ adjective, flukier, flukiest. 1. obtained by chance rather than skill. 2. uncertain, as a wind. /ˈfluːkɪ/ adjective (informal) flukier, flukiest 1. done or gained by an accident, esp a lucky one 2. variable; uncertain: fluky weather adj. 1867, from fluke (n.2) + -y (2). adjective Uncertain, unpredictable, andoften unexpected: It would have […]