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 Translation for 'for instance' from English to Greek
NOUN   a for instance | for instances
SYNO e.g. | for example | for instance
for instance {adv} <f.i.>για παράδειγμα
Partial Matches
for {prep}για
except (for)εκτός (από)
for allγια όλους
for sureσίγουρα
for sureασφαλώς
to call forζητώ
for certain {adv}ασφαλώς
for certain {adv}σίγουρα
what for {adv}για ποιό λόγο
to ask forζητώ
to look for [search, seek]ψάχνω
What can I do for you?Τι θα θέλατε? [κοιν.]
Can I take a message for him / her? Θα θέλατε να του/της μεταφέρω κάποιο μύνημα? [επίσ.]
unverified in for a penny in for a pound {saying} ας πάει και το παλιάμπελο {παροιμ.}
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  • Anaximenes greatest influence is not from his theories of matter, but instead it is from how he thought about these ideas. For instance, his theory of air being the underlying substance was disproved, but when looking at his idea from a fundamental aspect, in which a substance is capable of changing forms, his theory was the first of its kind.
  • Agrippina deprived Britannicus of his heritage and further isolated him from his father and succession for the throne in every way possible. For instance, in 51, Agrippina ordered the execution of Britannicus' tutor Sosibius because he had confronted her and was outraged by Claudius' adoption of Nero and his choice of Nero as successor, instead of choosing his own son Britannicus.
  • Its features are focused on web browsing as well as email. For instance, one does not have to sign into AOL in order to use it as a regular browser.
  • Because charge is conserved, it is not possible to create an antiparticle without either destroying another particle of the same charge (as is for instance the case when antiparticles are produced naturally via beta decay or the collision of cosmic rays with Earth's atmosphere), or by the simultaneous creation of both a particle "and" its antiparticle, which can occur in particle accelerators such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
  • This first component includes the modified Zener ratio and additionally accounts for directional differences in the material, which exist in orthotropic material, for instance.

  • The practicality of these attacks with stronger related keys has been criticized, for instance, by the paper on chosen-key-relations-in-the-middle attacks on AES-128 authored by Vincent Rijmen in 2010.
  • Nevertheless, it still contains information that is considered reasonably sound, for instance, it is the only source that mentions the erection of the Antonine Wall in Britain.
  • Compound constructions which indicate a minority ethnic group, such as "African-Americans" likewise refer exclusively to people in or from the United States of America, as does the prefix ". For instance, the Americo-Liberians and their language Merico derive their name from the fact that they are descended from African-American settlers, i.e.
  • Several writers have posited points of departure for such a world but then have injected time splitters from the future or paratime travel, for instance James P.
  • Aeroacoustics is the study of noise generated by air movement, for instance via turbulence, and the movement of sound through the fluid air.

  • This is due to the heavy use of mathematical tools to support the physical theories. For instance, the introduction of Newton's laws rarely establishes as a prerequisite neither Euclidian geometry or differential calculus that they imply.
  • While MND refers to a specific subset of similar diseases, there are numerous other diseases of motor neurons that are referred to collectively as "motor neuron disorders", for instance the diseases belonging to the spinal muscular atrophies group.
  • Most Asian countries have more than one language that is natively spoken. For instance, according to Ethnologue, more than 600 languages are spoken in Indonesia, more than 800 languages spoken in India, and more than 100 are spoken in the Philippines.
  • Pictures or photographs may also be ambiguous at the semantic level: the visual image is unambiguous, but the meaning and narrative may be ambiguous: is a certain facial expression one of excitement or fear, for instance?
  • Today, it is typical to use small amounts of assembly language code within larger systems implemented in a higher-level language, for performance reasons or to interact directly with hardware in ways unsupported by the higher-level language. For instance, just under 2% of version 4.9 of the Linux kernel source code is written in assembly; more than 97% is written in C.

  • This issue is not unique to Athens; for instance, Los Angeles and Mexico City also suffer from similar atmospheric inversion problems.
  • are associated with higher values of energy; for instance, the 2p state is higher than the 2s state.
  • ... 38 character set), for instance. [...] This brevity gave rise to an informal abbreviation scheme sometimes called Textese, with which 10% or more of the words in a typical SMS message are abbreviated.
  • Apollo has been depicted in modern films—for instance, by Keith David in the 1997 animated feature film "Hercules," by Luke Evans in the 2010 action film "Clash of the Titans", and by Dimitri Lekkos in the 2010 film "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief".
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