[pen-duh n-see] /ˈpɛn dən si/
noun, plural pendencies.
the state or time of being pending, undecided, or undetermined, as of a lawsuit awaiting settlement.
1630s, from pendent + -cy.
[pen-duh nt] /ˈpɛn dənt/ adjective, Also, . 1. hanging or suspended: a pendent lamp. 2. overhanging; jutting; projecting: pendent cliffs. 3. undecided; undetermined; pending: a lawsuit that is still pendent. 4. . noun 5. . /ˈpɛndənt/ adjective 1. dangling 2. jutting 3. (of a grammatical construction) incomplete: a pendent nominative is a construction having no […]
[pen-den-tee lahy-tee] /pɛnˈdɛn ti ˈlaɪ ti/ adverb, Law. 1. during litigation; while a suit is in progress. /pɛnˈdɛntɪ ˈlaɪtɪ/ adjective 1. (law) while a suit is pending
[pen-den-tiv] /pɛnˈdɛn tɪv/ noun, Architecture. 1. any of several spandrels, in the form of spherical triangles, forming a transition between the circular plan of a dome and the polygonal plan of the supporting masonry. 2. any of several masonry devices, as squinches or trompes, for forming a transition between a circular or polygonal construction, as […]
[pen-duh-ret-skee; Polish pen-de-rets-kee] /ˌpɛn dəˈrɛt ski; Polish ˌpɛn dɛˈrɛts ki/ noun 1. Krzysztof [kshish-tawf] /ˈkʃɪʃ tɔf/ (Show IPA), born 1933, Polish composer. /Polish pɛndɛˈrɛtski/ noun 1. Krzystof (ˈkʃiʃtɔf). born 1933, Polish composer, noted for his highly individual orchestration. His works include Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima for strings (1960), Stabat Mater (1962), Polish Requiem […]