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SUSY ‎(countable and uncountable, plural SUSYs)

  1. (physics) supersymmetry
    • 2004: SUSY is a symmetry between particles of half-integer spin (fermions such as quarks and leptons) and those of whole-integer spin (bosons such as photons, gluons and other force carriers). — Scientific American, Sept 2004, p.58

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