## Look up: Deci-

1. deci
1) Bar or bel leader 2) It means 'one-tenth' 3) Metric prefix 4) Numerical prefix 5) One tenth
Found op prefix 6) One-tenth

2. deci-
<prefix> Prefix used in the SI and metric systems to signify one-tenth (10--). ... Origin: L. Decimus, tenth ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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3. deci-
(d) Type: Term Pronunciation: des′i Definitions: 1. Prefix used in the SI and metric system to signify one tenth (10−1).
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4. Deci-
Deci (symbol d) is a prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one tenth. Adopted in 1795, the prefix comes from the Latin decimus, meaning tenth. Its most frequent use is in the non-SI unit, the decibel, used to measure sound intensity (relative to a reference) and many other ratios. ...
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5. Decian persecution
The Decian persecution under the emperor Decius was one in which the imperial Roman government issued tickets (libellus) indicating that, as per requirement, citizens had sacrificed (sacrificati) or burned incense (thurificati); and libellatici (certificates) certifying that apostates had renounced...
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6. Decianus
[disambiguation] Decianus is the name of several ancient Romans, including: Decianus is also the Latin form of the Italian name Deciano or Deciani: ...
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7. Deciare
Dec'i·are` noun [ French déciare ; prefix déci- tenth (fr. Latin decimus ) + are . See 2d Are .] (Metric System) A measure of area, the tenth part of an are; ten square meters.
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8. Deciare
• (n.) A measure of area, the tenth part of an are; ten square meters.
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9. deciare
1) 10 square meters
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10. Deciates
The Deciates (Δεκιῆται) were a Ligurian tribe in the first few centuries BC. They lived in the Antibes area of what is now France, west of the river Var (Smith, entry on Deciátes; Cosson, pp.20-23). The border with the Ligurian Oxybii (Ὀξύβιοι) being to the west of Antipolis and e...
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11. Deciban
Justin Warren is the author of this image. ...
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12. decibar
(from the article `ocean`) ...the effect of pressure on the density of seawater at 35000 and 0° C (Table 6). Because a one-metre column of seawater produces a pressure of about ...
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1. decibar (dbar)
a metric unit of pressure equal to 0.1 bar or 10 kilopascals. One decibar equals 75.006 torr, or 1.450 pounds per square inch (lbf/in2 or psi). The decibar is often used to measure the pressure of seawater, because an increase of 1 decibar in pressure corresponds closely to an increase of...
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2. Decibars
Fireworks - The Singles 1997-2002 is a Compilation album of singles from English band Embrace`s first 3 albums. The versions of "Make It Last" and "I Wouldn`t Wanna Happen to You" are both the single versions and are different from those on the albums If You`ve Never Been and Drawn from Memory. It ...
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3. Decibel
dB, an expression of power ratio.
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4. Decibel
(db) Unit of measure of the volume of sound.
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5. Decibel
A logrithmic measure of the ratio between two quantities. Symbol dB.
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6. decibel
[n] - a logarithmic unit of sound intensity
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7. Decibel
Unit of sound level used in noise exposure measurement.
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8. Decibel
A logarithmic unit used for expressing the ratio of two powers.
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9. Decibel
The unit of measure used to indicate relative changes insignal intensity or sound volume.
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10. Decibel
The human ear responds logarithmically and it is convenient to dealin logarithmic units in audio systems. The bel is the logarithm of theratio of two powers, and the decibel is one tenth of a bel.The decibel scale is often used to express the signal to noise ratio, frequency and amplitude response l...
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11. Decibel
A unit (dB) for measuring the relative strength of signal power. The number of decibels equals ten times the logarithm (base 10) of the ration of the measured signal power to a reference power. One tenth of a bell.
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12. decibel
One-tenth of a bel; unit for expressing the relative loudness of sound on a logarithmic scale. ... Origin: L. Decimus, tenth, + bel ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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13. decibel
dB noun a logarithmic unit of sound intensity; 10 times the logarithm of the ratio of the sound intensity to some reference intensity
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