ядро

BulgarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Russian ядро́ (jadró) (from Proto-Slavic *ędro). Possibly related to Bulgarian едър (edǎr, large, coarse) (from *ędrъ).

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ядро́ (jadrón

  1. cannonshot, cannonball
  2. shot (in shot put competitions)
  3. (biology) kernel of a nut
  4. (biology) nucleus of a cell
  5. (physics) nucleus of an atom
  6. (astronomy) core of a star or of a planet
  7. (astronomy) galactic center
  8. (astronomy) active nucleus in a galactic center
  9. (astronomy) kernel of a comet
  10. (computing) core of a processor
  11. (computing) kernel of an operating system

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KazakhEdit

Cyrillic ядро (yadro)
Arabic يادرو
 
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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Russian ядро́ (jadró), from Proto-Slavic *ędro.

NounEdit

ядро (yadro)

  1. core
  2. nucleus
    атом ядросы
    atom yadrosı
    atomic nucleus
    жасуша ядросы
    jaswşa yadrosı
    cell nucleus
    ядроның бөлінуі
    yadronıñ bölinwi
    nuclear fission

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RussianEdit

 
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Пушечные ядра
 
Атомное ядро в углеродном цикле
 
Ядра внутренних планет

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *ędro.

PronunciationEdit

  • (file)
  • IPA(key): [(j)ɪˈdro]

NounEdit

ядро́ (jadrón inan (genitive ядра́, nominative plural я́дра, genitive plural я́дер, diminutive я́дрышко)

  1. (botany) seed, stone
  2. (historical) cannonball, round shot
  3. (linguistics) nucleus (a vowel or syllabic consonant in a syllable)
  4. (cytology) nucleus (an organelle which contains genetic material)
  5. (physics) nucleus (cluster of nucleons)
  6. (biology) nucleus (cluster of neurons)
  7. (astronomy, geology) core (of a planet, star, or galaxy)
  8. (astronomy) nucleus (of a comet)
  9. (computing) core (of a processor)
  10. (computing) kernel (of an operating system)
  11. (physics) cone (of a flame)
  12. (athletics) shot (heavy iron ball)
  13. (sociology) core members, activists (in a group)
  14. (mathematics) core (set of allocations that cannot be improved)
  15. (mathematics) kernel (set of all elements mapped to the zero element by a transformation)

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  • Kazakh: ядро (yadro)