polārs

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See also: polars and pölars

Latvian[edit]

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polārs (definite polārais, comparative polārāks, superlative vispolārākais, adverb polāri)

  1. (geography) polar, Arctic (located at, relating to, or typical of, the North or South Poles of the Earth and the area around them)
    polārais klimats, aukstumspolar climate, cold
    polārā vasara, ziemapolar summer, winter
    polārais ezers, gaiss, leduspolar lake, air, ice
    polārais anticiklonsthe polar anticyclone
    polārais loks, riņķisthe polar circle (66°33’ N or S)
    polārais apgabalsthe polar area (between the poles and the polar circles)
    polārā naktspolar night (when the sun does not rise)
    polārā dienapolar day (when the sun does not set)
    polārā blāzma, polārblāzmanorthern lights, aurora (lit. polar glow)
    polārais lācis, polārlācispolar bear
  2. (physics, chemistry) polar (relating to, characterized by, magnetic poles)
    polārās molekulaspolar molecules
    polārā asspolar axis
  3. (mathematics) polar (specifying the location of a point with a distance and an angle)
    polārā koordinātu sistēmapolar coordinate system
  4. opposite, very different, antagonic
    polāri uzskaticompletely different (lit. polar) views
    polāras interesesdifferent, antagonic (lit. polar) interests

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