fluid

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  • Info In physics, a fluid is a substance that continually deforms (flows) under an applied shear stress. more...
  • Blood is one of the body fluids that has been used in art.
  • I think that he had it in him to become more of a fluid, far-out director.
  • Apple also introduced speech recognition into its systems which provided a fluid command set.
  • These are fluid categories, and women often change status as they move between them.
  • Clean plain water can also be one of several fluids given.
  • Most of animal body water is contained in various body fluids.
  • Depending on the working fluid, the expansion stage can be important also.
  • More simply, the question is whether the dark matter has pressure, and thus can be described as a perfect fluid.
  • The commission concluded that there was no evidence for such a fluid.
  • The steam is a low pressure/high specific volume working fluid.
  • My body seemed to change as by the pouring into it of some strange, life-giving fluid. Cited from From the Bottom Up, by Alexander Irvine
  • Most cases; however, can be managed well with fluids by mouth.
  • This fluid may be white, red, orange, or in rare cases, blue.
  • They are different from fluid flows in that they are more rapid.
  • These help to control various body functions such as the flow of body fluids in and out of cells.
  • Consider the flow of a fluid through a region of space.
  • Fluids, move from regions of high pressure to regions of lower pressure.
  • He had lost half of his fluids and was put in the intensive care unit.
  • He wrote works on fluids and on the strength of materials.
  • The amount of iron lost in menstrual fluid is relatively small for most women.
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Meaning of fluid

  • noun A substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure
  • noun Continuous amorphous matter that tends to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas