[puh-ten-zuh; Italian paw-ten-tsah] /pəˈtɛn zə; Italian pɔˈtɛn tsɑ/
a city in Basilicata, in S Italy.
[skee-en-tee-ah est poh-ten-tee-ah; English see-en-shee-uh est poh-ten-shee-uh] /skiˈɛn tiˌɑ ɛst poʊˈtɛn tiˌɑ; English siˈɛn ʃi ə ɛst poʊˈtɛn ʃi ə/
knowledge is power.
[puh-ten-shuh l] /pəˈtɛn ʃəl/ adjective 1. possible, as opposed to actual: the potential uses of nuclear energy. 2. capable of being or becoming: a potential danger to safety. 3. Grammar. expressing possibility: the potential subjunctive in Latin; the potential use of can in I can go. 4. Archaic. 1 . noun 5. possibility; potentiality: an […]
- Potential cautery
potential cautery n. An agent, such as potassium hydroxide, that causes the formation of an eschar by chemical means. Also called virtual cautery.
noun, Electricity. 1. the difference between the potentials of two points in an electric field. noun 1. the difference in electric potential between two points in an electric field; the work that has to be done in transferring unit positive charge from one point to the other, measured in volts U, ΔV, Δφ, pd Compare […]
noun, Electricity. 1. . noun, Electricity. 1. a resistor or series of resistors connected to a voltage source and used to provide voltages that are fractions of that of the source. noun 1. another name for a potential divider noun 1. a tapped or variable resistor or a chain of fixed resistors in series, connected […]