ambient

A recommended air temperature used to transport or to store perishable foods.
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ambient

[adj] - completely enveloping
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ambient

Surrounding (applied to environmental media such as air, water, sediment or soil).
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Ambient

Pre-existing or normal environment
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ambient

Literally = ‘surrounding`, but usually interpreted as ‘room temperature`.
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Ambient

Ambient: Surrounding, present on all sides; encompassing. As, the ambient noise is deafening, or the ambient light is blinding. From the Latin 'ambire' meaning 'to go around.'
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Ambient

The surrounding atmosphere; encompassing on all sides; the environment surrounding a body but undisturbed or unaffected by it.
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Ambient

Am'bi·ent adjective [ Latin ambiens , present participle of ambire to go around; amb- + ire to go.] Encompassing on all sides; circumfused; investing. ' Ambient air.' Milton. ' Ambient clouds.' Pope.
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Ambient

Am'bi·ent noun Something that surrounds or invests; as, air . . . being a perpetual ambient . Sir H. Wotton.
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ambient

<ecology> Describes the surrounding environment (especially temperature and pressure) of an object or experiment, in particular an environment which affects the object or experiment but is not affected by it. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Ambient

• (a.) Encompassing on all sides; circumfused; investing. • (n.) Something that surrounds or invests; as, air . . . being a perpetual ambient.
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Ambient

[novel] Ambient is the dystopian debut novel of cyberpunk writer Jack Womack, the first in his Dryco series. Published in 1987, it was translated into Slovak by Michal Hvorecký, and has a significant cult following. Actor Bruce Willis optioned the novel, and renewed the option in 1995 (thus enabling Womack to quit his `day job`). ...
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ambient

Type: Term Pronunciation: am′bē-ent Definitions: 1. Surrounding, encompassing; pertaining to the immediate environment in which an organism or apparatus functions.
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Ambient

(F ambiant, R ambiant, inconjurator)Surrounding. Usually used in the context of environmental conditions, eg. temperature or noise (BS 4275)
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Ambient

[album] Ambient is the second studio album by American electronica musician Moby. It was released on August 17, 1993 and received mediocre reviews; Moby did not gain any real acclaim for his 1990s electronic dance music albums until he released Everything Is Wrong in 1995. Ambient, unlike most other Moby studio albums, has never been re-rel
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Ambient

[desktop environment] Ambient is a MUI-based desktop environment for MorphOS. Its development was started in 2001 by David Gerber. Its main goals were that it should be fully asynchronous, simple and fast. Ambient remotely resembles Workbench and Directory Opus Magellan trying to mix the best of both worlds. ==Features== Ambient does not st
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Ambient

Environmental conditions, such as pressure or temperature.
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Ambient

The temperature of the environment. American Wool Logo
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Ambient

Any unconfined portion of the atmosphere, open air, outside surrounding air.
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Ambient

Surrounding. Ambient air usually means outdoor air (as opposed to indoor air).
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