[ih-vek-shuh n] /ɪˈvɛk ʃən/
a periodic irregularity in the moon’s motion, caused by the attraction of the sun.
irregularity in the moon’s motion caused by perturbations of the sun and planets
[eev-lin for 1, 3; ev-uh-lin for 2, or, esp. British, eev-lin, ee-vuh-lin] /ˈiv lɪn for 1, 3; ˈɛv ə lɪn for 2, or, esp. British, ˈiv lɪn, ˈi və lɪn/ noun 1. John, 1620–1706, English diarist. 2. Also, Evelynne. a female given name, form of . 3. Chiefly British. a male given name. [waw] /wɔ/ […]
[ih-vee-mer-uh s, ih-vem-er-] /ɪˈvi mər əs, ɪˈvɛm ər-/ noun 1. .
[ee-vuh n] /ˈi vən/ adjective 1. level; flat; without surface irregularities; smooth: an even road. 2. on the same level; in the same plane or line; parallel: even with the ground. 3. free from variations or fluctuations; regular: even motion. 4. uniform in action, character, or quality: to hold an even course. 5. equal in […]
- Even break
noun phrase A fair and equal chance; honest treatment; a FAIR SHAKE: The Bible, I think it is, says never to give a sucker an even break (1911+)