oscillation

English

Etymology

From French oscillation, from Latin oscillatio

Noun

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oscillation (countable and uncountable, plural oscillations)

1. the act of oscillating or the state of being oscillated
2. a regular periodic fluctuation in value about some mean
3. a single such cycle
4. (mathematics) (of a function) defined for each point ${\displaystyle x}$  in the domain of the function by ${\displaystyle \inf \left\{\mathrm {diam} (f(U))\mid U\mathrm {\ is\ a\ neighborhood\ of\ } x\right\}}$ , and describes the difference (possibly ∞) between the limit superior and limit inferior of the function near that point.

French

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Noun

oscillation f (plural oscillations)

1. oscillation

Swedish

Etymology

oscillera +‎ -tion, from English or French oscillation or German Oszillation, used in Swedish since 1805.

Noun

oscillation c

1. an oscillation, a vibration, a shaking, a movement back and forth
2. an oscillation, a periodic variation
3. one cycle of such a variation

Declension

Declension of oscillation
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative oscillation oscillationen oscillationer oscillationerna
Genitive oscillations oscillationens oscillationers oscillationernas