Fechner-Weber law n.
See Weber-Fechner law.
[fey-kit; English fee-sit] /ˈfeɪ kɪt; English ˈfi sɪt/ verb, Latin. 1. he made (it); she made (it): formerly used on works of art after the name of the artist. Abbreviation: fe., fec. /ˈfeɪkɪt/ uknown 1. (he or she) made it: used formerly on works of art next to the artist’s name fec.
/fɛk/ noun 1. (Scot, obsolete) /fɛk/ verb, noun, interjection 1. (slang) a variant of (taboo) fuck
/ˈfɛkɪŋ/ adjective, adverb 1. (slang) (intensifier): a fecking eejit, it’s fecking hot
[fek-lis] /ˈfɛk lɪs/ adjective 1. ineffective; incompetent; futile: feckless attempts to repair the plumbing. 2. having no sense of responsibility; indifferent; lazy. /ˈfɛklɪs/ adjective 1. feeble; weak; ineffectual; irresponsible adj. 1590s, from feck, “effect, value, vigor” (late 15c.), Scottish shortened form of effect, + -less. Popularized by Carlyle, who left its opposite, feckful, in dialectal […]