a gas liquefied by compression, consisting of flammable hydrocarbons, as propane and butane, obtained as a by-product from the refining of petroleum or from natural gas: used chiefly as a domestic fuel in rural areas, as an industrial and motor fuel, and in organic synthesis, especially of synthetic rubber.
a mixture of various petroleum gases, esp propane and butane, stored as a liquid under pressure and used as an engine fuel Abbreviation LPG, LP gas See also bottled gas
- Compressed slip
networking (CSLIP) VanJacobsen TCP header compression. A version of SLIP using compression. CSLIP has no effect on the data portion of the packet and has nothing to do with compression by modem. It does reduce the TCP header from 40 bytes to 7 bytes, a noticeable difference when doing telnet with lots of little packets. […]
noun 1. speech reproduced on tape at a faster rate than originally spoken, but without loss of intelligibility, by being filtered through a mechanism that deletes very small segments of the original signal at random intervals.
- Compressed video
[kuh m-pres-uh-bil-i-tee] /kəmˌprɛs əˈbɪl ɪ ti/ noun, plural compressibilities for 2. 1. the quality or state of being . 2. Physics. the reciprocal of the bulk modulus, equal to the ratio of the fractional change in volume to the stress applied to a body. /kəmˌprɛsɪˈbɪlɪtɪ/ noun 1. the ability to be compressed 2. (physics) the […]