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http://www.thefreedictionary.com/ - ako postoji reč u engleskom jeziku, naći ćete je ovde

con·di·tion  (kn-dshn)
1. A mode or state of being: "The Organization Man survives as a modern classic because it captures a permanent part of our social condition" (Robert J. Samuelson). See Synonyms at state.
a. A state of health.
b. A state of readiness or physical fitness.
3. A disease or physical ailment: a heart condition.
4. Social position; rank.
5. One that is indispensable to the appearance or occurrence of another; prerequisite: Compatibility is a condition of a successful marriage.
6. One that restricts or modifies another; a qualification.
7. conditions Existing circumstances: Conditions in the office made concentration impossible.
8. Grammar The dependent clause of a conditional sentence; protasis.
9. Logic A proposition on which another proposition depends; the antecedent of a conditional proposition.
10. Law
a. A provision making the effect of a legal instrument contingent on the occurrence of an uncertain future event.
b. The event itself.
11. An unsatisfactory grade given to a student, serving notice that deficiencies can be made up by the completion of additional work.
12. Obsolete Disposition; temperament.
tr.v. con·di·tionedcon·di·tion·ingcon·di·tions
1. To make dependent on a condition or conditions.
2. To stipulate as a condition.
3. To render fit for work or use.
4. To accustom (oneself or another) to; adapt: had to condition herself to long hours of hard work; conditioned the troops to marches at high altitudes.
5. To air-condition.
6. To give the unsatisfactory grade of condition to.
7. Psychology To cause an organism to respond in a specific manner to a conditioned stimulus in the absence of an unconditioned stimulus.
8. To replace moisture or oils in (hair, for example) by use of a therapeutic product.

http://www.kdictionaries-online.com/Default.aspx#&&DictionaryEntry=demand&SearchMode=Entry - prevod na razne jezike

demand [diˈmaːnd]
♦ verb
to ask or ask for firmly and sharply: I demanded an explanation.
Serbian zahtevati

to require or need: This demands careful thought.
Serbian zahtevati

♦ noun
a request made so that it sounds like a command: They refused to meet the workers' demands for more money.
Serbian zahtev

an urgent claim: The children make demands on my time.
Serbian traženje

willingness or desire to buy or obtain (certain goods etc ); a need for (certain goods etc ): There's no demand for books of this kind.
Serbian potražnja

♦ adjective
requiring a lot of effort, ability etc 
a demanding job.
Serbian zahtevan

on demand 
when asked for: 
I'm expected to supply meals on demand.
Serbian po zahtevu

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na primer
dismantle      [dis mant′'l]

Dismantle is defined as to take apart or take to pieces.verb When you take apart a Lego castle so all you have left is individual Legos, this is an example of when you dismantle the castle.
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transitive verb dismantleddismantling
  1. to strip of covering
  2. to strip (a house, ship, etc.) of furniture, equipment, means of defense, etc.
  3. to take apart; disassemble
Origin: OFr desmanteller, to take off one's cloak: see dis- & mantle
Related Forms:
Search Webster's New World College DictionaryWebster's New World College Dictionary Copyright © 2010 by Wiley Publishing, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Used by arrangement with John Wiley & Sons, Inc.


transitive verb dis·man·tleddis·man·tlingdis·man·tles
  1. a. To take apart; disassemble; tear down.
    b. To put an end to in a gradual systematic way: dismantling the cumbersome regulations for interstate trucking.
  2. To strip of furnishings or equipment: dismantled the house before knocking it down.
  3. To strip of covering or clothing.
Origin: Obsolete French desmantelerto raze fortifications round a town, from Old French : des-dis-(em)mantelerto cover with a coat, shelter (ultimately from mantelcloak; see mantle).
Related Forms:
  • dis·manˈtle·ment noun
Search The American Heritage Dictionary of the English LanguageThe American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th edition Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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Another word for dismantle

take apart, disassemblestripbreak upbreak downtake downtear down,pull downknock downundodismountdemolishlevel, unbuild, ruin, unrig,subvertraze, take to pieces, fellstrike*; see also destroy 1. See syn. study at strip.
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Dismantle Sentence Examples


http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ - matematički termini


DOWNLOAD Mathematica Notebook EXPLORE THIS TOPIC IN the MathWorld Classroom
The derivative of a function represents an infinitesimal change in the function with respect to one of its variables.
The "simple" derivative of a function f with respect to a variable x is denoted either f^'(x) or
often written in-line as df/dx. When derivatives are taken with respect to time, they are often denoted using Newton's overdot notation for fluxions,
The "d-ism" of Leibnitz's df/dt eventually won the notation battle against the "dotage" of Newton's fluxion notation (P. Ion, pers. comm., Aug. 18, 2006).
When a derivative is taken n times, the notation f^((n))(x) or
is used, with
etc., the corresponding fluxion notation.

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Subjects of study do, read, study ~ do ~ is more commonly used with school subjects (but may also be used with university subjects): She did maths, physics and chemistry at school. study ~ is used with both school and university subjects: He studied German at school. She went on to study mathematics at university. read ~is only used with university subjects and is quite formal: She was educated privately and at Pembroke College, where she read classics. lecture in, teach ~ He taught music at a school in Edinburgh. Other verbs used with subject can also be used with particular subjects of study: Half the students take geography at A level. We offer accounting as a subsidiary course. ~ degree, a degree/diploma in ~ a law degree a higher diploma in fine art ~ class, course, lecture, lesson The genetics lectures are on a different campus. ~ department, a/the department of ~ All enquiries should be made to the Department of Architecture. ~ graduate, student, undergraduate Some architecture graduates gain further qualifications in specialist fields. ~ lecturer, teacher, tutor He's an English teacher at Highland Road School. ~ professor, (a) professor of ~ She's professor of linguistics at the University of Wales. the study of ~The study of philosophy helps you to think critically. in ~ He got As in history and art.

Glossary of electrical engineering terms

Glossary Term: Electromotive Force 


Volt (or Volts): Unit of measure for electromotive force (EMF), the electrical potential between two points. An electrical potential of 1 volt will push 1 ampere of current through a 1-ohm resistive load.Using a common plumbing analogy, voltage is similar to water pressure and current is analogous to flow (e.g. liters per minute).
In equations, the symbol E is often used (as in: E = IR). V is the symbol for the unit of measure, Volt.
  • voltage
  • Volt
  • V
  • EMF
  • E
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