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 Translation for 'IQ' from English to Russian
NOUN   an IQ | IQs
SYNO I.Q. | intelligence quotient | IQ
Ирак {м}
Iraq <.iq>
коэффициент {м} интеллекта <IQ>intelligence quotient <IQ>
умственный коэффициент {м}
intelligence quotient (IQ) [Am.]
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  • коэффициент {м} интеллекта <IQ> = intelligence quotient <IQ>
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Usage Examples English
  • However, several powerful figures of the Samanid state, such as Fa'iq Khassa, favored Abd al-Malik's brother Mansur I, and managed to make him the new ruler.
  • This greatly increased his power, a move which alarmed Fa'iq.
  • .iq is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Iraq.
  • Tyre re-entered the possession of the Abbasid leader "Muhammad bin Ra'iq" in the year 327 AH / 938 AD, where he stayed for some time with a Ghulam named Mashreq.
  • They also contested that Williams' iq was measured at 80, which was considerably low on the intelligence scale.

  • The village contains the locally revered tomb of Sheikh Muhammad bin Hassan Al-Qa’iq.
  • Various self-tests of intelligence are offered online on the internet, on websites like,,,, Metis International and that of IQ Certificate.
  • The "Kitab al-'uyun wa'l-hada'iq fi akhbar al-haqa'iq" (...) is an Arabic chronicle covering Muslim history up to the year 961 AD.
  • Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ra'iq (died 13 February 942), usually simply known as Ibn Ra'iq, was a senior official of the Abbasid Caliphate, who exploited the caliphal government's weakness to become the first "amir al-umara" ("commander of commanders", generalissimo and "de facto" regent) of the Caliphate in 936.
  • Haqā'iq al-Furqān (Urdu: حقائق الفرقان, "haqā'iq-ul-furqān", lit. ...

  • He and Wuqu-Batz' served the great K'iche' king K'iq'ab and he rewarded them with the royal titles and the power to rule.
  • Within the voice profiles, the revisions are sequential: CAT-iq 1.0 provides basic wideband voice, while CAT-iq 2.0 and 2.1 add new functions which expand and supersede parts of the lower profiles.
  • Al-Hadaa'iq is a Basic People's Congress administrative division of Benghazi, Libya.
  • Consisting of four volumes, it is known as the "Tabayin al-Haqa’iq li Sharh Kanz al-Daqa’iq".
  • P'iq'iñ Q'ara Punta (Aymara "p'iq'iña" head, "q'ara" bare, bald, "p'iq'iña q'ara" bald, also spelled "Pheken Khara Punta") is a [...] mountain in the Bolivian Andes.

  • Not much is known about his early life; he began his career as a Samanid secretary ("dabir") under the Turkic slave-general Fa'iq.
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