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anti- +‎ charm.


anticharm (uncountable)

  1. The opposite of charm, or of charm as usually understood.
    • 1989 September 29, Anthony Adler, “Talk Radio”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
      And yet, just as it made FunHouse look daring, that peculiar Bogosian anticharm managed to turn Talk Radio into an intriguingly nasty, itchy piece of work.



anticharm (comparative more anticharm, superlative most anticharm)

  1. (physics) Of or pertaining to an anti-charm quark.
    • 1999 August 20, David Voss, “PHYSICS:Making the Stuff of the Big Bang”, in Science[2], volume 285, number 5431, DOI:10.1126/science.285.5431.1194, pages 1194-1197:
      Similarly, any charm quarks produced in the collision have many more partners to choose from; they don't have to run away with an anticharm partner, which causes the number of J/psi mesons to drop. "