excursion

  1. a journey taken for pleasure
  2. wandering from the main path of a journey

excursion

[n] - a journey taken for pleasure
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Excursion

A change in a reactor`s operating conditions outside normal operating parameters.
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Excursion

Ex·cur'sion [ Latin excursio : confer French excursion . See Excurrent .] 1. A running or going out or forth; an expedition; a sally. « Far on excursion toward the gates of hell.» Milton. « They would make excursions and waste the country.» Ho...
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excursion

Any movement from one point to another, usually with the implied idea of returning again to the original position. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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excursion

jaunt noun a journey taken for pleasure; `many summer excursions to the shore`; `it was merely a pleasure trip`; `after cautious sashays into the field`
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excursion

(eks-kur´zhәn) a range of movement regularly repeated in performance of a function, such as excursion of the jaws in mastication. adj., excur´sive, adj. . lateral excursion sideward movement of the mandible between the position of closure and the position in which cusps of o...
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Excursion

• Length of stroke, as of a piston; stroke. [An awkward use of the word.] • A wandering from a subject; digression. • A journey chiefly for recreation; a pleasure trip; a brief tour; as, an excursion into the country. • A running or going out or forth; an expedition; a sally.
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excursion

Type: Term Pronunciation: eks-kŭr′zhŭn Definitions: 1. Any movement from one point to another, usually with the implied idea of returning again to the original position.
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Excursion

[audio] Excursion is defined as how far the cone of a speaker linearly travels from its resting position. In general lower frequency drivers or subwoofers are designed to move more air and have more excursion than those of higher frequency. If a speaker is pushed beyond its limits, overexcursion, or `bottoming out`, can occur as the voice c...
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Excursion

Where the leaching solutions used in the uranium In Situ Leaching (ISL) mining technique escape outside the mining zone (see ISL - Overview or Out of Sight Out of Mind).
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excursion

a side trip from a main destination, usually at added cost and optional
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Excursion

An excursion is a trip by a group of people, usually made for leisure, education, or physical purposes. It is often an adjunct to a longer journey or visit to a place, sometimes for other (typically work-related) purposes. Public transportation companies issue reduced price excursion tickets to attract business of this type. Often these tickets ar...
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Excursion

The back-and-forth travel of a cone in a dynamic Driver. How loud a speaker can play depends on how
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Excursion

A side trip from a main destination, usually at added cost and optional.
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