Translation for 'nuclear power' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a nuclear power | nuclear powers
NOUN2   nuclear power | -
SYNO atomic power | nuclear power
ядерная держава {ж}
nuclear power
3 Words
атомная электростанция {ж} <АЭС>
nuclear power station <NPS>
Partial Matches
ядерный {adj}
атомный реактор {м}
nuclear reactor
ядерный реактор {м}
nuclear reactor
ядерная зима {ж}
nuclear winter
ядерное оружие {с} [собир.]
nuclear weapons {pl}
ядерная катастрофа {ж}
nuclear disaster
ядерная медицина {ж}
nuclear medicine
ядерная война {ж}
nuclear war
ядерная война {ж}
nuclear warfare
ядерная доктрина {ж}
nuclear doctrine
ядерный синтез {м}
nuclear fusion
власть {ж}power
сила {ж}power
колониальная держава {ж}
colonial power
электрический кабель {м}
power cable
мировая держава {ж}
world power
мировая держава {ж}
global power
великая держава {ж}
great power
морская держава {ж}maritime power
покупательная способность {ж}
purchasing power
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Usage Examples English
  • Evidence later came to light that the original targets for the attack may have been nuclear power stations on the US East Coast.
  • They have largely fallen out of use due to development in semiconductor amplifiers but are still useful in HVDC control, and in nuclear power control circuitry due to not being affected by radioactivity.
  • Some engines convert heat from noncombustive processes into mechanical work, for example a nuclear power plant uses the heat from the nuclear reaction to produce steam and drive a steam engine, or a gas turbine in a rocket engine may be driven by decomposing hydrogen peroxide.
  • Nuclear power plants can produce a huge amount of power from a single unit.
  • A classic example is an earthquake that causes a tsunami, resulting in coastal flooding, resulting in damage to a nuclear power plant (such as the Fukushima nuclear disaster).

  • These "Annex 2 states" are states that participated in the CTBT's negotiations between 1994 and 1996 and possessed nuclear power reactors or research reactors at that time.
  • In general, there is significant public controversy about radioactive emissions from nuclear power plants, and for CANDU plants one of the main concerns is tritium.
  • The term "atomic physics" can be associated with nuclear power and nuclear weapons, due to the synonymous use of "atomic" and "nuclear" in standard English.
  • While the vast majority of state's overall energy consumption is fossil fuels, nuclear power delivered over 40% of state's electricity generation in 2019.
  • In the late 1960s, citizens successfully opposed the construction of an 830-MW nuclear power plant on the shore of Cayuga Lake.

  • The chronic energy shortages Armenia suffered in the early and mid-1990s have been offset by the energy supplied by one of its nuclear power plants at Metsamor.
  • Krško Nuclear Power Plant (Slovenia) supplies a large part of Croatian imports. 50% is owned by Hrvatska elektroprivreda, providing 15% of Croatia's electricity.
  • He also publicly advocated for nuclear power and the importation of international spent nuclear fuel to Australia for storage and disposal, stating that this could lead to considerable economic benefits for Australia.
  • Three of Switzerland's five nuclear power plants are in the canton of Aargau (Beznau I + II and Leibstadt).
  • On 15 August 1972, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (officially the Vladimir Ilyich Lenin Nuclear Power Plant) began construction about [...] northwest of Chernobyl.

  • The Rhône is second to the Nile as a freshwater source to the Mediterranean Sea; the river begins as glacial meltwater, flows into Lake Geneva, and from there to France where one of its uses is to cool nuclear power plants.
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