A fluctuation or pulsation, usually repeated, in the amplitude of a signal. Beats are generally produced by the superposition of two waves of different frequencies; if the signals are audible, this results in fluctuations between louder and quieter sound.
(Physics) The phenomenon in which a particle and an antiparticle, such as an electron and a positron, meet and are converted to a combination of energy or energetic particles approximately equivalent to the sum of their masses.
refers to that which has died or appears dead or to things that exhibit no life or spirit her lifeless body, a lifeless painting
refers to that which has never had life inanimate rocks
is applied to a species, race, etc. that has no living member
, applied to a person, is now somewhat rhetorical or jocular, but it is also commonly used of something that because of failure no longer exists or functions a defunct government
precedes the name, relationship, or title of one who has died, especially recently the late Mr. Green or of one who preceded the incumbent in some office or function his late employer
are both euphemistic, esp. for one who has recently died, but the former is largely a legal, and the latter a religious, usage
is the general word for someone or something that was alive but is no longer so
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