Noun(1) a graded change in the magnitude of some physical quantity or dimension(2) the property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the horizontal
(1) the path becomes very rough as the gradient increases(2) The rocks below provide firm foundations; they also dictate the gradient of a road, the placing of a church, the space available for a terrace or hanging garden.(3) I hurtle past people carrying bags of shopping going uphill; the gradient is so steep I fear they will graze their noses on the tarmac.(4) It had a gradient of about 45 degrees and was strewn with loose rocks and boulders.(5) When the gradient of the river increases, the water flows faster and faster, until finally it breaks up into a white-water rapid.(6) It's going to be interesting, especially with the variable, the gradient and the angle of the circuit, I think it's going to maybe give some people a bit of grief, but we'll have to see in the next couple of days, I guess.(7) As we left Girvan, with the sun shining, the wind blowing in its usual and helpful easterly direction, we climbed away from the town on a good open track which, despite the steep gradient , added to a sense of keen anticipation.(8) We observed a gradient in the depth of the selective sweep, which becomes progressively deeper as you get nearer to the gene.(9) He also said that the last mountain proved to be the biggest challenge because it meant walking at a constant gradient to a height of nearly 6,000 feet.(10) A hundred hand-cut granite steps were laid to negotiate the steep gradient leading up from the riverbank, to a walk back through the top of the bluebell wood.(11) After completing two minutes at a fairly easy pace, increase the resistance and raise the gradient to 20 percent.(12) A clanking, wheezing locomotive went past the cabin climbing the steep gradient .(13) The Keoghs, realising that their present house, built as it is on a steep gradient , is most unsuitable for a wheelchair user, decided to apply for the transfer.(14) Fair enough, Edinburgh is far from flat├ö├ç┬¬ but the I lived in Cambridge for 7 years, so I think mole hills should have a road sign denoting their gradient .(15) The lower 150m section has a gentle gradient of 12 degrees providing an ample and safe area to test out those first turns.(16) The distance is about 65 kilometres and the rising gradient averages less than one per cent.
(1) pressure gradient :: gradient uunaiga
1. slope ::
Different Formsgradient, gradients
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