Translation for 'obliquity' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   an obliquity | obliquities
SYNO asynclitism | deceptiveness | obliquity
obliquity {noun}полегатост {ж}
obliquity {noun}наклоненост {ж}
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Translation for 'obliquity' from English to Bulgarian

obliquity {noun}
полегатост {ж}

наклоненост {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • The critic John Sutherland also comments on the novel's "remarkable narrative obliquity". Sutherland also stresses the ways in which Amber is "the offspring of cinema".
  • His name is lent to "Litzmann's obliquity", which is another name for posterior asynclitism.
  • In adults, leg length discrepancy is believed to cause low back pain as a result of increased pelvic obliquity and lumbar scoliosis.
  • In 1787, Laplace applied these measurements to check his calculations on the secular changes of the obliquity of the ecliptic and the eccentricity of the Earth's orbit.
  • The vertical diameter of the lateral half is increased by the obliquity of the lower edge, which slopes downward to join the body at the level of the lesser trochanter, so that it measures one-third more than the antero-posterior diameter.

  • Those fibers from the ramus of the ischium are directed downward and laterally with different degrees of obliquity, to be inserted, by means of a broad aponeurosis, into the linea aspera and the upper part of its medial prolongation below.
  • The adult thoracic outlet is around 6.5 cm antero-posteriorly and 11 cm transversely. Because of the obliquity of the first pair of ribs, the aperture slopes antero-inferiorly.
  • As on Earth, Mars experiences Milankovitch cycles that cause its axial tilt (obliquity) and orbital eccentricity to vary over long periods of time, which has long-term effects on its climate.
  • The motion of forearc slivers depend on the obliquity of the subducting slabs.
  • However, a 2020 study concluded that ice age terminations might have been influenced by obliquity since the Mid-Pleistocene Transition, which caused stronger summers in the Northern Hemisphere.

  • Modulation of the precession driven insolation cycle is the primary impact of obliquity on the North African Monsoon.
  • The angle added to the elevation by the tilt is known as the obliquity of the ecliptic and at that time was 23° 44′ 40″.
  • This species differs from "Fusiturricula fusinella" by the obliquity of the ribs and the disparity in size between the peripheral spiral cords, which are quite equal and equally nodulous in "F.
  • A high obliquity would probably result in dramatic changes in the climate and may destroy the planet's habitability.
  • At an obliquity of 0 degrees, the two axes point in the same direction; that is, the rotational axis is perpendicular to the orbital plane.

  • Measurement of the Rossiter–McLaughlin effect in 2015 revealed WASP-80b's is orbit is well aligned with the equatorial plane of the star, with orbital obliquity equal to 14 [...] °.
  • Measurement of the Rossiter–McLaughlin effect in 2018 revealed WASP-60b is on a retrograde orbit relative to the equatorial plane of the star, orbital obliquity equal to 129 [...] °.
  • The planet DS Tucanae Ab has a low orbital obliquity (λ = [...] or λ = [...]).
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