Spray

Dispersion of a liquid in the form of droplets suspended in air.
i) air-carried. Spray propelled to target in airstream
ii) coarse. Dispersion of drops of mass median diameter over 200 microns, and volume median diameter over 500 µm
iii) concentrate. Undiluted commercial pesticide preparation
iv) curative. Fungicide effective shortly after infection has occurred
v) fine, dispersion of drops of 50-150 microns mass median diameter
vi) floor. Spray applied to over-wintering dead leaves on ground surface
vii) hormone. Spray material having growth-regulating action
viii) mist. Dispersion of droplets 50-100 microns diameter...

spray

  1. a quantity of small objects flying through the air
  2. flower arrangement consisting of a single branch or shoot bearing flowers and foliage
  3. water in small drops in the atmosphere; blown from waves or thrown up by a waterfall
  4. a jet of vapor

spray

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spray

small material stripped off the branches of coppice and made into coal wood or bavins (Ja, 303)
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Spray

• (n.) A side channel or branch of the runner of a flask, made to distribute the metal in all parts of the mold. • (v. t.) To let fall in the form of spray. • (v. t.) To throw spray upon; to treat with a liquid in the form of spray; as, to spray a wound, or a surgical instrument, with carbolic acid. • (v. t.) A jet of fine medic...
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spray

(from the article `floral decoration`) Sprays are large, flat bouquets of long-stem plant material. They are either carried or placed on caskets or at tombs as commemorative offerings. If ...
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Spray

(from the article `Slocum, Joshua`) ...Voyage of the Liberdade about one of his passages and in 1894 Voyage of the Destroyer about another. In April 1895 he set sail from Boston in the ...
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spray

(from the article `Sun`)
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spray

noun a jet of vapor
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Spray

[liquid drop] A spray is a dynamic collection of drops dispersed in a gas. The process of forming a spray is known as atomization. A spray nozzle is the device used to generate a spray. The two main uses of sprays are to distribute material over a cross-section and to generate liquid surface area. There are thousands of applications in whic...
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Spray

[mathematics] In differential geometry, a spray is a vector field H on the tangent bundle TM that encodes a quasilinear second order system of ordinary differential equations on the base manifold M. Usually a spray is required to be homogeneous in the sense that its integral curves t→ΦHt(ξ)∈TM obey the rule ΦHt(λξ)=ΦHλt(ξ) in po...
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SPRay

[video game] SPRay is a Wii video game developed by Eko System and published by Tecmo. == Gameplay == The player controls the Spirited Prince Ray, who can summon liquid-shooting spirits, hence the title SPRay. Besides water, Ray also has control over spirits that shoot oil, slime, anti-matter, and vomit. The player attacks enemies with Ray`...
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Spray

Spray (sprā) noun [ Confer Danish sprag . See Sprig .] 1. A small shoot or branch; a twig. Chaucer. « The painted birds, companions of the spring, Hopping from spray , were heard to sing.» Dryden. 2. A collective body of small b...
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Spray

Spray noun [ probably from a Dutch or Low German form akin to English spread . See Spread , transitive verb ] 1. Water flying in small drops or particles, as by the force of wind, or the dashing of waves, or from a waterfall, and the like. 2. (...
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Spray

Spray transitive verb 1. To let fall in the form of spray. [ Poetic] M. Arnold. 2. To throw spray upon; to treat with a liquid in the form of spray; as, to spray a wound, or a surgical instrument, with carbolic acid.
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spray

A liquid minutely divided or nebulised as by a jet of air of steam. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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spray

a liquid minutely divided or nebulized as by a jet of air of steam.
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Spray

An ensemble of water droplets torn by the wind from an extensive body of water, generally from the crests of waves, and carried up into the air in such quantities that it reduces the horizontal visibility.
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Spray

An ensemble of water droplets torn by the wind from an extensive body of water, generally from the crests of waves, and carried up into the air in such quantities that it reduces the horizontal visibility.
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Spray

An icing flower arrangement on a cake.
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Spray

Hitting the ball wildly in all directions with no consistency
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spray

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spray

small material stripped off the branches of coppice and made into coal wood or bavins (Ja, 303)
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spray

The most common method for dealing with vineyard pests (bugs, fungus, etc) is by spraying the vineyards with chemicals. This can have a negative affect on the grapes and the environment if done in excess, so many wineries are moving towards using as few chemicals as possible. Not all sprays are chemical though, and some natural substitutes are bein...
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spray

To hit the ball erratically off line.
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