analog

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Early 19th century; from French analogue, from Ancient Greek ἀνάλογος (análogos, proportionate), from ἀνά (aná, up to) + λόγος (lógos, ratio).

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analog (not comparable)

  1. (of a device or system) in which the value of a data item (such as time) is represented by a continuously variable physical quantity that can be measured (such as the shadow of a sundial)

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analog (plural analogs)

  1. (countable) something that bears an analogy to something else
  2. (countable, biology) an organ or structure that is similar in function to one in another kind of organism but is of dissimilar evolutionary origin
  3. (chemistry) a structural derivative of a parent compound that often differs from it by a single element

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Czech[edit]

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analog m

  1. analog, analogue (something that bears an analogy to something else)
    • 2007, Karel Riegel, Ekonomická psychologie[1]:
      Průmyslová výroba, industriální věk již těží ze zdroje, kterému se nešťastně říká "lidská pracovní síla". Je napojena na cyklus, v němž se člověk stává analogem přírodní síly a oživuje soustavu strojů.
  2. (chemistry) analog, analogue (structural derivative of a parent compound)
    • 2006, Jaroslav Rybka, Diabetologie pro sestry[2]:
      Prvním dlouze působícím inzulinovým analogem byl glargin připravený DNA-rekombinantní technologií.

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analog (not comparable)

  1. analogous
  2. analogue

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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analog (neuter singular analogt, definite singular and plural analoge)

  1. analogous
  2. analogue (UK) or analog (US)

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analog (neuter singular analogt, definite singular and plural analoge)

  1. analogous
  2. analog (US) or analogue (UK)

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Romanian[edit]

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analog

  1. analogue (represented by a continuously variable physical quantity)

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Swedish[edit]

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ana- +‎ -log

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analog

  1. analogue

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