[fluhk-shuh n] /ˈflʌk ʃən/
an act of flowing; a flow or .
Mathematics. the derivative relative to the time.
(maths, obsolete) the rate of change of a function, especially the instantaneous velocity of a moving body; derivative
a less common word for flux (sense 1), flux (sense 2)
noun, Electricity. 1. the product of the magnetic flux and the number of turns in a given coil.
- Fluxionary hyperemia
fluxionary hyperemia flux·ion·ar·y hyperemia (flŭk’shə-něr’ē) n. See active hyperemia.
[fluhks-mee-ter] /ˈflʌksˌmi tər/ noun, Physics. 1. an instrument for measuring , consisting essentially of a ballistic galvanometer. /ˈflʌksˌmiːtə/ noun 1. any instrument for measuring magnetic flux, usually by measuring the charge that flows through a coil when the flux changes
[flahy] /flaɪ/ verb (used without object), flew or for 11, 19, flied, flown, flying. 1. to move through the air using wings. 2. to be carried through the air by the wind or any other force or agency: bits of paper flying about. 3. to float or flutter in the air: flags flying in the […]