[in-ver-nes, in-ver-nes] /ˌɪn vərˈnɛs, ˈɪn vərˌnɛs/
Also called Invernessshire
[in-ver-nes-sheer, -sher] /ˌɪn vərˈnɛs ʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). a historic county in NW Scotland.
a seaport and administrative district in the Highland region, in N Scotland. 1080 sq. mi. (2797 sq. km).
(often lowercase) an overcoat with a removable cape.
Also called Inverness cape. (often lowercase) the cape of this coat or one resembling it, especially a loose, full, wool or worsted cape in a plaid pattern.
a city in N Scotland, administrative centre of Highland: tourism and specialized engineering. Pop: 40 949 (2001)
(sometimes not capital) an overcoat with a removable cape
/ˌɪnvəˈnɛsˌʃɪə; -ʃə/ noun 1. (until 1975) a county of NW Scotland, now part of Highland
[adjective, noun in-vurs, in-vurs; verb in-vurs] /adjective, noun ɪnˈvɜrs, ˈɪn vɜrs; verb ɪnˈvɜrs/ adjective 1. reversed in position, order, direction, or tendency. 2. Mathematics. 3. inverted; turned upside down. noun 4. an inverted state or condition. 5. something that is inverse; the direct opposite. 6. Mathematics. verb (used with object), inversed, inversing. 7. to . […]
- Inverse address resolution protocol
networking, protocol (InARP) Additions to ARP typically used for Frame Relay. [Any other examples of its use?] Frame Relay stations route frames of a higher level protocol between LANs, across a Permanent Virtual Circuit. These stations are identified by their Data Link Control Identifier (DLCI), equivalent to an Ethernet address in a LAN itself. InARP […]
- Inverse comment convention
programming A kind of literate programming where the program code is marked to distinguish it from the text, rather than the other way around as in normal programs. (2003-09-24)