[kin-uh-mat-iks, kahy-nuh-] /ˌkɪn əˈmæt ɪks, ˌkaɪ nə-/
noun, (used with a singular verb) Physics.
the branch of mechanics that deals with pure motion, without reference to the masses or forces involved in it.
Also called applied kinematics. the theory of mechanical contrivance for converting one kind of motion into another.
(functioning as sing) the study of the motion of bodies without reference to mass or force Compare dynamics (sense 1)
“science of motion,” 1840, from French cinématique (Ampère, 1834), from Greek kinesis “movement, motion” (see cite). Related: Kinematic (1864); kinematical.
kinematics kin·e·mat·ics (kĭn’ə-māt’ĭks)
The branch of mechanics dealing with the study of the motion of a body or a system of bodies without consideration given to its mass or the forces acting on it.
The branch of physics that deals with the characteristics of motion without regard for the effects of forces or mass. Compare dynamics.
noun 1. the occurrence of temperatures cold enough to kill all but the hardiest vegetation, especially the last such occurrence in spring and the first in fall, events that limit the agricultural growing season.
- Killing field
noun a location of a massacre or genocide, extended to mean a murder location; also called killing ground Word Origin originated from Vietnam War and Cambodia
noun, Physics. 1. the coefficient of viscosity of a fluid divided by the density, usually measured in stokes. noun 1. a measure of the resistance to flow of a fluid, equal to its absolute viscosity divided by its density ν kinematic viscosity kin·e·mat·ic viscosity (kĭn’ə-māt’ĭk) n. Symbol ν A measure used in fluid flow studies, […]
[kin-uh-mat-uh-graf, -grahf, kahy-nuh-] /ˌkɪn əˈmæt əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf, ˌkaɪ nə-/ noun 1. . /ˌkɪnɪˈmætəˌɡrɑːf; ˌkaɪnɪ-; -ˌɡræf/ noun 1. a variant of cinematograph