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síviti nesvrš. <prez. -īm, pril. sad. -vēći, prid. rad. sívio/sívila ž>
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  • síviti — nesvrš. 〈prez. īm, pril. sad. vēći, prid. rad. sívio/sívila ž〉 činiti što sivim …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika

  • sivíti — ím nedov. (ȋ í) knjiž. delati kaj sivo: megla sivi dan / otroci mu sivijo lase mu povzročajo velike skrbi sivíti se sivo se odražati, kazati: na severni strani se sivijo gore …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • massivity — noun /maˈsɪvɪti/ Massiveness. Then the anguish increased to unendurable massivity and nightmare dimensions, making her scream and vomit …   Wiktionary

  • incisivity — noun /ɪnsaɪˈsaɪvɪtɪ,ɪnsaɪˈsɪvɪtɪ/ The quality of being incisive; penetrating trenchancy; incisiveness. The remarkable tenor qualities of De Muro, especially in the ardent incisivity of his high register, the manly warmth of his tone and his… …   Wiktionary

  • exclusivity — ex‧clu‧siv‧i‧ty [ˌekskluːˈsɪvti] noun [uncountable] 1. the fact that a place or product is so expensive that not many people can afford to buy it: • Porsche highlighted its exclusivity by aiming at the high end of the luxury car segment. 2. the… …   Financial and business terms

  • exclusive — ex|clu|sive1 [ıkˈsklu:sıv] adj 1.) available or belonging only to particular people, and not shared exclusive access/rights/use etc ▪ Our figure skating club has exclusive use of the rink on Mondays. exclusive report/interview/coverage etc ▪ Tune …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • impassive — im|pas|sive [ımˈpæsıv] adj not showing any emotion ▪ Her impassive face showed no reaction at all. >impassively adv ▪ The children studied him impassively. >impassivity [ˌımpæˈsıvıti] n [U] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • passive — pas|sive1 [ˈpæsıv] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: passivus, from pati; PASSION] 1.) someone who is passive tends to accept things that happen to them or things that people say to them, without taking any action →↑impassive ▪ Kathy seems… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • coercivity — [ˌkəʊə sɪvɪti] noun Physics the resistance of a magnetic material to changes in magnetization, equivalent to the field intensity necessary to demagnetize the fully magnetized material …   English new terms dictionary

  • diffusivity — [ˌdɪfju: sɪvɪti] noun (plural diffusivities) Physics a measure of the capability of a substance or energy to be diffused or to allow something to pass by diffusion …   English new terms dictionary

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