noun, Mathematics. 1. a topological space whose elements are the equivalence classes of a given topological space with a specified equivalence relation.
1. . abbreviation 1. query
(Meaning “OK”, from E.E. Smith SF books) A language for digital signal processing of digitised speech, by Richard Gillmann of SDC, Santa Monica. QX was part of SDC’s speech recognition project. (1995-02-09)
quantum well infrared photodetector
quality of work life
[kwur-tee, kwer-] adjective 1. of or relating to a keyboard having the keys in traditional typewriter arrangement, with the letters q, w, e, r, t, and y being the first six of the top row of alphabetic characters, starting from the left side. /ˈkwɜːtɪ/ noun 1. the standard English language typewriter keyboard layout with the […]
Q wave n. The initial downward deflection of the QRS complex in an electrocardiogram.
/ˈkwɑːkwə/ noun 1. (formerly) a Bantu homeland in N South Africa; the only Bantu homeland without exclaves: abolished in 1994 Also called Basotho-Qwaqwa Former name (until 1972) Basotho-Ba-Borwa
1. (in prescriptions) as much as you wish. plural qq.v. 1. (in formal writing) which see. Latin quod vide (which see)
1. (in prescriptions) as much as you wish. plural qq.v. 1. (in formal writing) which see. abbreviation (denoting a cross reference) 1. quod vide Latin quod vide (which see)