Word: gradient

 

Category: gradient

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Synonyms: gradient

slope, incline, hill, rise, ramp, bank, declivity, grade, steepness, angle, slant, inclination

Translations: gradient

spanish
cuesta


german
anstieg, hang, steigung, gradient, abhang, ...

french
gradient, chute, déclivité, inclination, gradients, ...

italian
pendio, pendenza, pendice

portuguese
ladeira, rampa, encosta, declive, vertente

dutch
schuinte, glooiing, helling

russian
градиент, склонение, склон, уклон, скат

norwegian
gradienten, stigning, forløpn

swedish
lutning, gradienten, toning

finnish
rinne, porrastettu

danish
skråning, hældning

czech
klesání, svah, spád, sklon

polish
pochylenie, nachylenie, spadek

hungarian
sikló, meredekség, gradiens, esés

turkish
yokuş

greek
κλίση, βαθμίδα, βαθμίδωση, διαβάθμιση, κλίσης

ukrainian
ухил, нахил, відмінювання, градієнт, скат, ...

albanian
gradienti, Pjerrësia, gradienti i, gradient të

bulgarian
уклон

belarusian
градыент, градыенту

estonian
gradient

croatian
uspon, gradijent, stupnjevit, nagib

icelandic
halli, stigull, stigli, stigul, gradlent

lithuanian
nuolydis, nuožulnumas

latvian
slīpums

macedonian
градиент, градиентот, наклон, косина, градиент на

romanian
gradient

slovenian
gradient, sklon

slovak
sklon, spád

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The meaning and "use of": gradient

noun
  • an inclined part of a road or railway; a slope.
  • an increase or decrease in the magnitude of a property (e.g., temperature, pressure, or concentration) observed in passing from one point or moment to another.

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