countercurrent

A current flowing adjacent to another current both in the opposite direction.
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Countercurrent

A secondary current usually setting in a direction opposite to that of a main current.
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countercurrent

[n] - actions counter to the main group activity
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Countercurrent

Coun'ter·cur`rent adjective Running in an opposite direction.
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Countercurrent

Coun'ter·cur`rent noun A current running in an opposite direction to the main current.
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countercurrent

1. Flowing in an opposite direction. ... 2. A current flowing in a direction opposite to another current. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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countercurrent

crosscurrent noun actions counter to the main group activity; `political crosscurrents disrupted the conference`
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countercurrent

(koun´tәr-kur″әnt) flowing in an opposite direction.
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Countercurrent

• (a.) Running in an opposite direction. • (n.) A current running in an opposite direction to the main current.
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countercurrent

(from the article `Earth sciences`) ...the motion of seawater in three dimensions have led to the discovery of new currents and to the disclosure of unexpected complexities in the ...
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countercurrent

Type: Term Pronunciation: kown′ter-ker′ent Definitions: 1. Flowing in an opposite direction. 2. A current flowing in a direction opposite to another current.
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Countercurrent

A current usually setting in a direc tion opposite to that of a main current. See Equatorial Counter
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