frekvence

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See also: frekvencē

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From Latin frequentia.

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frekvence f

  1. (physics) frequency (the number of vibrations or oscillations in a time period)
    frekvence ultrafialového záření
    frekvence rozhlasové stanice
  2. (statistics) frequency (the number of occurrences of something)
    frekvence znaku

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Latvian[edit]

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 frekvence on Latvian Wikipedia
Dažadas frekvences

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin frequentia (frequency), probably via German (compare Frequenz, with qu = [kv]).

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frekvence f (4th declension)

  1. (physics) frequency, rate (number of repetitions of a periodic phenomenon)
    zema frekvencelow frequency
    svārstību frekvenceoscillation frequency
    augstas frekvences vibrācijashigh-frequency vibrations
    pieaugušam cilvēkam normāla pulsa frekvence ir ap 70 sitienu minūtēan adult person's normal pulse rate is about 70 beats per minute

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