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pendulumnoun

uk   us   /ˈpen.dʒəl.əm/
[C] a device consisting of a weight on a stick or thread that moves from one side to the other, especially one that forms a part of some types of clocks: The pendulum in the grandfather clock swung back and forth. The spaceship's jets were fired periodically to dampen a side-to-side pendulum motion that had developed. [S] a change, especially from one opinion to an opposite one: As so often in education, the pendulum has swung back to the other extreme and testing is popular again.
Traducciones de “pendulum”
in Vietnamese quả lắc…
en español péndulo…
in Thai ลูกตุ้ม…
in Malaysian batu ladung…
en francés (à/de) balancier…
en alemán das Pendel, Pendel……
en chino (tradicionál) 擺,擺錘, (尤指)鐘擺, 搖擺不定的事態或局面…
in Indonesian bandul jam…
en ruso маятник…
en turco sarkaç…
en chino (simplificado) 摆,摆锤, (尤指)钟摆, 摇摆不定的事态或局面…
en polaco wahadło…
(Definition of pendulum from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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