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 Translation for 'backbone' from English to Greek
NOUN   a backbone | backbones
SYNO anchor | back | backbone | ...
backbone {noun}σπονδυλική στήλη {η}
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Translation for 'backbone' from English to Greek

backbone {noun}
σπονδυλική στήλη {η}
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Usage Examples English
  • Thus, bit-stream access is a wholesale product consisting of the access (typically ADSL) and “backhaul” services of the (data) backbone network (ATM, IP backbone).
  • While flavonoids (in the narrow sense) have the 2-phenylchromen-4-one backbone, isoflavonoids have the 3-phenylchromen-4-one backbone with no hydroxyl group substitution at position 2 (case of the isoflavones) or the 3-phenylchroman (isoflavan) backbone (case of isoflavanes, such as equol).
  • Two additional 'backbone spur' sites were planned for Shrewsbury and Grantham (Carlton Scroop), which connected to the main Backbone spine at Pye Green and Coalville (Copt Oak) respectively.
  • The phosphodiester backbone of DNA and RNA consists of pairs of deoxyribose or ribose sugars linked by phosphates at the respective 3' and 5' positions.
  • A collapsed backbone (also known as inverted backbone or backbone-in-a-box) is a type of backbone network architecture.

  • TeraGrid uses a 10 Gigabits per second dedicated fiber-optical backbone network, with hubs in Chicago, Denver, and Los Angeles.
  • When using OSPF over MPLS-VPN, the VPN backbone becomes part of the OSPF backbone area 0. In all areas, isolated copies of the IGP are run.
  • The main characteristic of the design of continuum robots is the presence of a continuously curving core structure, named "backbone", whose shape can be actuated.
  • Polystannane, a unique polymer class with a tin backbone, is the only known polymer to possess a completely organometallic backbone.
  • At the physical layer the network backbone initially comprised a set of dedicated telephone circuits connected via pairs of synchronous modems with speed varying from 1.2kbit/s to 9.6kbit/s.

  • Users are categorised as backbone nodes and AP client nodes. The backbone nodes are nodes routing data that have no origin and destination themselves.
  • In 1991 the NSFNET backbone service was expanded to additional sites and upgraded to a more robust 45 Mbit/s (T3) based network.
  • Certain countries around the Caucasus have very simple backbone networks; for example, in 2011, a 70 year old woman in Georgia pierced a fiber backbone line with a shovel and left the neighboring country of Armenia without Internet access for 12 hours.
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