noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Absorber meaning in assamese


  • Pronunciation


  • Definition

    (physics) material in a nuclear reactor that absorbs radiation

    (পদাৰ্থ বিজ্ঞান) পদাৰ্থ পাৰমাণৱিক ৰিয়েক্টৰত যিয়ে বিকিৰণ শোষণ কৰে

noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Absorber meaning in assamese


  • Definitions

    1. Something that absorbs.

    শোষণ কৰা কিবা এটা।

  • Examples:
    1. The swallows especially must do great work in the case, if we take into their number not only very many open gulphs or chasms, the depth of which no line or sound can reach; but likewise the communications of very many parts of the sea, and of many great unfathomable lochs, with the abyss. These absorbers could easily receive what had before come out of them.

    2. Which can be ignited the more easily with a burning-glass, black or white paper?$V$Black paper, since it is a much better absorber of heat.

    3. these Symptoms are only curred, by such Medicines as correct the Acidity and Acrimony of the Blood, viz. When it most partakes of Acrimony by sweet diaphoretick Decoctions, or some sort of Acids, which dull and take off their corroding Edges, or when they are more Acid, by volatile Salts that carry them off by Sweat or Urine; or by Acid Absorbers, which by correcting the Acidities of the Pancreatick Juice, leave the Ferment of the Liver more predominant

  • 2. A person who absorbs.

    শোষণ কৰা ব্যক্তি।

  • Examples:
    1. Old Lady Dacier’s bluntness in speaking of her grandson would have shocked Lady Wathin as much as it astonished, had she been less of an ardent absorber of aristocratic manners.

    2. Walter D. (“Walt”) DeLasandro Jr. had been able to bill her parents $130 an hour plus expenses for being put in the middle and playing the role of mediator and absorber of shit from both sides while she (i.e., the depressed person, as a child) had had to perform essentially the same coprophagous services on a more or less daily basis for free

    3. since few wanted mosaics any more he had turned to fresco, becoming the greatest absorber and eclectic in Italy. He had learned everything that the earlier fresco painters, from the time of Cimabue, had to teach.

  • Synonyms

    shock absorber (শ্বক এবজৰ্বাৰ)

    superabsorber (ছুপাৰএবজৰ্বাৰ)

    Wheeler-Feynman absorber theory (হুইলাৰ-ফেইনমেন শোষক তত্ত্ব)

    absorberman (শোষক)