Translation for 'nebulous' from English to Russian
ADJ   nebulous | more nebulous | most nebulous
SYNO cloudy | nebular | nebulose | ...
смутный {adj}nebulous [fig.]
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Translation for 'nebulous' from English to Russian

nebulous [fig.]
смутный {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Kirch discovered the comet on April 20, 1702. The comet was a short distance above the horizon and was said to resemble a "nebulous star".
  • Sadr itself has approximately a magnitude of 2.2. The nebulous regions around the region are also fairly bright.
  • "Particle" is a somewhat nebulous term for a variety of small words that do not conveniently fit into other classes of words.
  • Their culture is largely nebulous due to the lack of material evidence.
  • A pinwheel nebula is a "nebulous region" in the shape of a pinwheel.

  • He described how artists had freed themselves from the 'subject-image' as a pretext to work from the 'subjectless-image' (nebulous forms) until they came together.
  • After communicating his finding, French astronomer Charles Messier confirmed the finding four days later and added it to his catalogue of nebulous objects.
  • The band since has been a "revolving door" of musicians, who usually stay for a couple years before being replaced. It is often nebulous as to who is actually an 'official' member.
  • "Scymnus nebulosus", the nebulous lady beetle, is a species of dusky lady beetle in the family Coccinellidae. It is found in North America and Oceania.
  • In a review for "The Times", David Aaronovitch described Ferguson's theory as "nebulous".

  • The details of painters of this period are nebulous and often confusing.
  • is the tendency for perception to impose a meaningful interpretation on a nebulous stimulus, usually visual, so that one sees an object, pattern, or meaning where there is none.
  • The nebulous area is fairly large with an irregular shape appearing as a H II region. The remnant has an apparent diameter that covers approximately 60'.
  • The relationship of VNA to storage of medical images in the cloud is also nebulous, though offers high potential for buzzword compliance, and Michael Gray provides some clarity in his paper commissioned by EMC.
  • All following albums of Sebkha-Chott will use the same kind of nebulous concepts.

  • N. Krishnaswamy of "The Indian Express" wrote, "The theme that Sridhar seems to be driving is nebulous, if indeed there is a theme".
  • He probably also cataloged the Omicron Velorum star cluster as a "nebulous star", and an additional "nebulous object" in Vulpecula, a cluster now variously known as Al-Sufi's Cluster, the "Coathanger asterism", Brocchi's Cluster or Collinder 399.
  • was semantically extended from a mythic "primordial chaos; nebulous state of the universe before heaven and earth separated" to mean "unintelligible; chaotic; messy; mentally dense; innocent as a child".
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