ядро

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Bulgarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Russian ядро́ (jadró) (from Proto-Slavic *ędro). Possibly related to Bulgarian едър (edǎr, large, coarse) (from *ędrъ).

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ядро́ (jadrón

  1. cannonshot, cannonball
  2. shot (in shot put competitions)
  3. (biology) kernel of a nut
  4. (biology) nucleus of a cell
  5. (physics) nucleus of an atom
  6. (astronomy) core of a star or of a planet
  7. (astronomy) galactic center
  8. (astronomy) active nucleus in a galactic center
  9. (astronomy) kernel of a comet
  10. (computing) core of a processor
  11. (computing) kernel of an operating system

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Kazakh[edit]

Cyrillic ядро (yadro)
Arabic يادرو
Kazakh Wikipedia has an article on:
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Russian ядро́ (jadró), from Proto-Slavic *ędro.

Noun[edit]

ядро (yadro)

  1. core
  2. nucleus
    атом ядросы
    atom yadrosı
    atomic nucleus
    жасуша ядросы
    jaswşa yadrosı
    cell nucleus
    ядроның бөлінуі
    yadronıñ bölinwi
    nuclear fission

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Russian[edit]

Russian Wikipedia has an article on:
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Пушечные ядра
Атомное ядро в углеродном цикле
Ядра внутренних планет

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *ędro

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (file)
  • IPA(key): [(j)ɪˈdro]

Noun[edit]

ядро́ (jadrón inan (genitive ядра́, nominative plural я́дра, genitive plural я́дер)

  1. (botany) seed, stone
  2. (historical) cannonball, round shot
  3. (linguistics) nucleus (a vowel or syllabic consonant in a syllable)
  4. (cytology) nucleus (an organelle which contains genetic material)
  5. (physics) nucleus (cluster of nucleons)
  6. (biology) nucleus (cluster of neurons)
  7. (astronomy, geology) core (of a planet, star, or galaxy)
  8. (astronomy) nucleus (of a comet)
  9. (computing) core (of a processor)
  10. (computing) kernel (of an operating system)
  11. (physics) cone (of a flame)
  12. (athletics) shot (heavy iron ball)
  13. (sociology) core members, activists (in a group)
  14. (mathematics) core (set of allocations that cannot be improved)
  15. (mathematics) kernel (set of all elements mapped to the zero element by a transformation)

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  • Kazakh: ядро (yadro)