[pou-er-dahyv] /ˈpaʊ ərˌdaɪv/
verb (used with or without object), power-dived or power-dove, power-dived, power-diving. Aeronautics.
to cause to perform or to perform a power dive.
a dive, especially a steep dive, by an aircraft in which the engine or engines are delivering thrust at or near full power.
a steep dive by an aircraft with its engines at high power
to cause (an aircraft) to perform a power dive or (of an aircraft) to perform a power dive
theory The powerdomain of a domain D is a domain containing some of the subsets of D. Due to the asymmetry condition in the definition of a partial order (and therefore of a domain) the powerdomain cannot contain all the subsets of D. This is because there may be different sets X and Y such […]
- Power dressing
noun 1. a style of dressing in severely tailored suits, adopted by some women executives to project an image of efficiency noun a style of business attire intended to convey influence or authority
noun 1. a drill operated by a motor. noun 1. a hand tool with a rotating chuck driven by an electric motor and designed to take an assortment of tools for drilling, grinding, polishing, etc
noun 1. a closely knit alliance of military, government, and corporate officials perceived as the center of wealth and political power in the U.S. A term used by the American sociologist (see sociology) C. Wright Mills to describe a relatively small, loosely knit group of people who tend to dominate American policymaking. This group includes […]