deflexion

  1. the amount by which a propagating wave is bent
  2. the movement of the pointer or pen of a measuring instrument from its zero position
  3. the property of being bent or deflected
  4. a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern)

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Deflexion

• (n.) See Deflection.
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Deflexion

[linguistics] Deflexion is a linguistic process related to inflectional languages. All members of the Indo-European language family belong to this kind of language and are subject to some degree of deflexional change. The process is typified by the degeneration of the inflectional structure of a language. This phenomenon has been especially...
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Deflexion

De·flex'ion noun See Deflection .
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deflexion

deflection, deflexion, deflections 1. A change of course that results from hitting someone or something. 2. The amount or distance by which something is deflected. 3. The act of directing people's attention or criticism away from something. 4. A definite movement of the indicator on a measuring instrument. 5. Engineering the movement of a struc...
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deflexion

Term used to describe the position of the foetal head in relation to the maternal pelvis in which the head is descending in a nonflexed or extended attitude. ... Origin: de-+ L. Flexio, a bending, fr. Flecto, pp. Flexum, to bend ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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deflexion

Type: Term Pronunciation: dĕ-fleks′shŭn Definitions: 1. Term used to describe the position of the fetal head in relation to the maternal pelvis in which the head is descending in a nonflexed or extended attitude.
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