antipode

[n] - direct opposite
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Antipode

• (n.) One of the antipodes; anything exactly opposite.
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antipode

noun direct opposite; `quiet: an antipode to focused busyness`
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Antipode

[chemistry] In chemistry, antipode is synonymous with optical antipode. An optical antipode is the same as an enantiomer. A solution of enantiomer rotates plane polarized light in a certain direction. A solution of the opposite enantiomer, the antipode, rotates plane polarized light in the opposite direction. The chemical term antipode is c...
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Antipode

[journal] Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography is a peer-reviewed academic journal and related website/blog that covers the field of critical geography. The journal was established by Richard Peet and other faculty and graduate students at Clark University in 1969; it has been published by Blackwell Publishing since 1985 and today is ow...
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Antipode

An'ti┬Ěpode noun One of the antipodes; anything exactly opposite. « In tale or history your beggar is ever the just antipode to your king. Lamb. » » The singular, antipode , is exceptional in formation, but has been used by good writers. Its regular English plur...
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´╗┐antipode

direct opposite
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antipode

That which is diametrically opposite. ... Origin: G. Antipous, with the feet opposite ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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antipode

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′ti-pōd Definitions: 1. That which is diametrically opposite.
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