any of the faint reddish stars having diameters about half that of the sun and low surface temperatures, about 2000–3000 K; a main sequence star of spectral type M.
one of a class of small cool main-sequence stars
A small, dim star with relatively cool surface temperatures, positioned to the lower right on the main sequence in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. Red dwarfs, at about 0.1 to 0.5 solar mass, consume their nuclear fuel very slowly and live for about 100 billion years. Although they are difficult to see, they are so long-lived that they are likely the most abundant type of star; of the 30 nearest stars to Earth, 21 are red dwarfs, including the closest star, Proxima Centauri. See Note at dwarf star.
verb (used with object), reded, reding. 1. to counsel; advise. 2. to explain. noun 3. counsel; advice. 4. a plan; scheme. 5. a tale; story. noun 1. advice or counsel 2. an explanation verb (transitive) 3. to advise; counsel 4. to explain
[red-eer] /ˈrɛdˌɪər/ noun 1. a freshwater sunfish, Lepomis microlophos, of the lower Mississippi valley and southeastern states, having the gill cover margined with scarlet.
- Red earth
noun 1. a clayey zonal soil of tropical savanna lands, formed by extensive chemical weathering, coloured by iron compounds, and less strongly leached than laterite noun a type of leached and claylike red soil containing oxidized iron and found in tropical areas Examples Further research to compare effects of conventional and zero tillage on red […]
noun 1. the recording or an entry of debt in an account. 2. Bookkeeping. that which is entered in an account as a debt; a recorded item of debt. any entry or the total shown on the debit side. the left-hand side of an account on which such entries are made (opposed to credit). 3. […]