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a·tom·ic

 (ə-tŏm′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to an atom or atoms.
2. Of or employing nuclear energy: an atomic submarine; atomic weapons.
3. Very small; infinitesimal.

a·tom′i·cal·ly adv.

atomic

(əˈtɒmɪk)
adj
1. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) of, using, or characterized by atomic bombs or atomic energy: atomic warfare.
2. (Atomic Physics) of, using, or characterized by atomic bombs or atomic energy: atomic warfare.
3. (Atomic Physics) of, related to, or comprising atoms: atomic hydrogen.
4. extremely small; minute
5. (Logic) logic (of a sentence, formula, etc) having no internal structure at the appropriate level of analysis. In predicate calculus, Fa is an atomic sentence and Fx an atomic predicate
aˈtomically adv

a•tom•ic

(əˈtɒm ɪk)

adj.
1. of, pertaining to, resulting from, or using atoms, atomic energy, or atomic bombs: an atomic explosion; atomic structure; atomic theory.
2. existing as free, uncombined atoms: atomic hydrogen.
3. extremely minute.
[1670–80]
a•tom′i•cal•ly, adv.

a·tom·ic

(ə-tŏm′ĭk)
1. Relating to an atom or atoms.
2. Employing nuclear energy: atomic weapons. See Note at nuclear.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.atomic - of or relating to or comprising atomsatomic - of or relating to or comprising atoms; "atomic structure"; "atomic hydrogen"
2.atomic - (weapons) deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy; "nuclear war"; "nuclear weapons"; "atomic bombs"
3.atomic - immeasurably smallatomic - immeasurably small      
little, small - limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"
Translations
ذَرّيذَرِّيّنووي
atomový
atom-
ydin-
atomski
atom-
atóm-, kjarnorku-; örsmár
原子力の
원자의
atómový
atomski
atom-
เกี่ยวกับปรมาณู
atomla ilgilinükleer
thuộc nguyên tử

atomic

[əˈtɒmɪk]
A. ADJatómico
B. CPD atomic age Nera f atómica or nuclear
atomic bomb Nbomba f atómica
atomic clock Nreloj m atómico
atomic energy Nenergía f atómica or nuclear
Atomic Energy Authority (Brit) Atomic Energy Commission (US) NConsejo m de Energía Nuclear
atomic nucleus Nnúcleo m atómico
atomic number Nnúmero m atómico
atomic particle Npartícula f atómica
atomic physics NSINGfísica f atómica
atomic pile Npila f atómica
atomic power N (= nation) → potencia f nuclear
atomic power station (o.f.) Ncentral f nuclear
atomic structure Nestructura f atómica
atomic theory Nteoría f de los átomos
atomic warfare Nguerra f atómica
atomic warhead Ncabeza f atómica
atomic weight Npeso m atómico

atomic

[əˈtɒmɪk] adjatomique
atomic scientists → scientifiques nucléairesatomic bomb nbombe f atomique

atomic

adjatomar

atomic

in cpdsAtom-;
atomic age
nAtomzeitalter nt
atomic bomb
nAtombombe f
atomic clock
nAtomuhr f
atomic energy
nAtom- or Kernenergie f
Atomic Energy Authority (Brit), Atomic Energy Commission (US)
nAtomkommission f
atomic mass
nAtommasse f
atomic number
nOrdnungszahl f
atomic power
nAtomkraft f; (= propulsion)Atomantrieb m
atomic-powered
adjatomgetrieben
atomic reactor
nAtomreaktor m
atomic structure
nAtombau m
atomic warfare
atomic waste
nAtommüll m
atomic weapon
nAtomwaffe f
atomic weight
nAtomgewicht nt

atomic

[əˈtɒmɪk] adjatomico/a

atom

(ˈӕtəm) noun
1. the smallest part of an element.
2. anything very small. There's not an atom of truth in what she says.
aˈtomic (-ˈto-) adjective
atom(ic) bomb
a bomb using atomic energy.
atomic energy
very great energy obtained by breaking up the atoms of some substances.
atomic power
power (for making electricity etc) obtained from atomic energy.

atomic

ذَرِّيّ atomový atom- atomar ατομικός atómico ydin- atomique atomski atomico 原子力の 원자의 atomair atom- atomowy atómico, atômico атомный atom- เกี่ยวกับปรมาณู nükleer thuộc nguyên tử 原子的

a·tom·ic

a. atómico-a.
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