gravitācija

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Gravitācijas lauks

Etymology[edit]

Via other European languages, ultimately a borrowing from Latin gravitās, from gravis (heavy; difficult; grave).

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Noun[edit]

gravitācija f (4th declension)

  1. (physics) gravitation (the physical property of material bodies to attract each other)
    Zemes gravitācija — the Earth's gravity
    vispasaules gravitācija — global gravity
    gravitācijas lauksgravitational field
    gravitācijas spēksgravitational force
    gravitācija arī vakuumā izplatās ar gaismas ātrumugravity also in the vacuum spreads with the spead of light
    spēki, kas deformē zemeslodi, ir Saules un Mēness gravitācija; šis gravitācijas spēks deformē arī Zemes kodolu — the forces that deform the Earth's globe are the Sun's and the Moon's gravity; this gravitational force deforms also the Earth's nucleus

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