[pel-teyt] /ˈpɛl teɪt/
having the stalk or support attached to the lower surface at a distance from the margin, as a leaf; shield-shaped.
(of leaves) having the stalk attached to the centre of the lower surface
peltation pel·ta·tion (pěl-tā’shən)
Protection provided by inoculation with an antiserum or a vaccine.
[pelt] /pɛlt/ verb (used with object) 1. to attack or assail with repeated blows or with missiles. 2. to throw (missiles). 3. to drive by blows or missiles: The child pelted the cows home from the fields. 4. to assail vigorously with words, questions, etc. 5. to beat or rush against with repeated forceful blows: […]
[pel-ter] /ˈpɛl tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. Poker. 2 . noun
[pel-tyey] /ˈpɛl tyeɪ/ noun, Physics. 1. the change in temperature of either junction of a thermocouple when a current is maintained in the thermocouple and after allowance is made for a temperature change due to resistance. /ˈpɛltɪˌeɪ/ noun 1. (physics) the production of heat at one junction and the absorption of heat at the other […]
- Peltier element
noun 1. an electronic device consisting of metal strips between which alternate strips of n-type and p-type semiconductors are connected. Passage of a current causes heat to be absorbed from one set of metallic strips and emitted from the other by the Peltier effect