[chur-nee-gawf, -gof; Russian chyir-nyee-guh f] /tʃɜrˈni gɔf, -gɒf; Russian tʃyɪrˈnyi gəf/
a city in N Ukraine, on the Desna River.
a city in N central Ukraine, on the River Desna: tyres, pianos, consumer goods. Pop: 308 000 (2005 est)
[chur-noh-buh l; Russian chyir-naw-bil] /tʃɜrˈnoʊ bəl; Russian tʃyɪrˈnɔ bɪl/ noun 1. a city in N Ukraine, 80 mi. NW of Kiev: nuclear-plant accident 1986. /tʃɜːˈnəʊbəl; -ˈnɒbəl/ noun 1. a town in N Ukraine; site of a nuclear power station accident in 1986 city in Ukraine (Ukrainian Chornobyl), from Russian chernobylnik “mugwort.” Site of 1986 nuclear […]
- Chernobyl packet
networking /cher-noh’b*l pak’*t/ A network packet that induces a broadcast storm and/or network meltdown, named in memory of the April 1986 nuclear accident at Chernobyl in Ukraine. The typical scenario involves an IP Ethernet datagram that passes through a gateway with both source and destination Ethernet address and IP address set as the respective broadcast […]
[chyir-nuhf-tsi] /tʃyɪr nʌfˈtsɪ/ noun 1. Russian name of . /Russian tʃɪrnafˈtsi/ noun 1. a city in Ukraine on the Prut River: formerly under Polish, Austro-Hungarian, and Romanian rule; part of the Soviet Union (1947–91). Pop: 237 000 (2005 est) German name Czernowitz Romanian name Cernăuţi
[chur-nuh-zem, chair-; Russian chyir-nuh-zyawm] /ˈtʃɜr nəˌzɛm, ˈtʃɛər-; Russian tʃyɪr nʌˈzyɔm/ noun 1. a soil common in cool or temperate semiarid climates, very black and rich in humus and carbonates. /ˈtʃɜːnəʊˌzɛm/ noun 1. a black soil, rich in humus and carbonates, in cool or temperate semiarid regions, as the grasslands of Russia n. 1842, from Russian […]