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hypothetical nuclear fusioncold fusion
(Biology) fusion of two cell nuclei (as in the nucleus of a sperm cell and an egg), cell fusionkaryogamy
(Biology) reproduction by gametes; creation of a zygote, reproduction involving fusionzygogenesis
(Physics) metric unit of length for measuring nuclear distances (also femtometer)fermi
(Physics) metric unit of length for measuring nuclear distances (also fermi)femtometer
a trademark for an alloy of zirconium with tin, chromium, and nickel that is resistant to heat and corrosion, making it a useful material in the nuclear power industryZircaloy
abnormal condition, fusion of plant parts, growing together of bones or parts, growing together of bones or parts that were formerly separate (Anatomy, Zoology, Botany), joint with little movementsymphysis
abstract or speculative, conceptual; imaginative; theoretical, imaginary or hypothetical, see also:relational, used with definite meaningnotional
accepted as true but doubtful, hypothetical, presumed to be true; intended as, designed for; imagined; conjectural, lacking concrete evidencesupposed
act of joining together, alternation of number of bonds, fusion of nuclei, group of verbs with same inflections, inflection of verb, pairing of chromosomes, reproduction in simple organisms, set of various inflectional forms of a verb (Grammar); union,...conjugation
act or policy of preventing the expansion of a hostile power, act or process of containing something, attempt to stop spread of something, control measure in nuclear reactionscontainment
action made in response to a stimulus; return to a previous state, restoration of a past condition, active response, bodily response to substance, emotional response, forces acting on a body, nuclear process, physical response, strong conservatismreaction
against use of nuclear power, destroying cells, opposing the use or production of nuclear power plants or weaponryantinuclear
agreement banning nuclear testingtest ban
air, diethyl ether, hypothetical electro-magnetic medium, liquid solvent and anesthetic, organic compound with linked hydrocarbon groups, skyether; aether
alter natural properties; make alcohol unfit to drink, make unpalatable, modify molecular structure, remove weapon potential of nuclear materialdenature
American Broadcasting Company, atomic biological chemical; based on nuclear bacterial or chemical methods (of weapons)ABC
American football, ball game, ball used in football, briefcase with nuclear codes, game in which players must cross into the end zone holding an oval ball or kick the ball through two upright posts; soccer (British); rugby (British), game with oval
ancient Roman javelin, arrowhead, building, fortune, fur, go as a crowd, heap, mound; wealth, fortune; group of buildings; dike, levee, heraldic symbol, large quantity, looped fabric surface, make into a mound, mound of things, nuclear reactor, place l...pile
Anglo-Saxon local court, arguable, argue a hypothetical case; pose for discussion; make irrelevant, debate on hypothetical issue, have formal argument, not relevant, public discussion, argument of a hypothetical case, subject to argument or discussion;...moot
apply uniformly, applying generally, bed covering, quilt, comprehensive, inclusive, cover to suppress, cover with layer, coat, covering layer, large piece of thick cloth, layer around core of nuclear reactor, prevent wind reaching sailsblanket
area forbidding nuclear activitynuclear-free zone
atom bomb, nuclear weaponatomic bomb
attack people, attack with nuclear weapons (slang); send a special message through the Internet in order to cause damage to the destination computer (usually through chat); cook in a microwave, microwave something, nuclear power plant, nuclear weapon; ...nuke
avoidance of spreading, limitation of the production or distribution of something (especially nuclear weapons); not proliferatingnonproliferation
ball lightning, ball of fire, ball of fire; something resembling a ball of fire (i.e. meteor); flaming center of a nuclear explosion; energetic person, bright meteorfireball
based on consent, customary, routine; formal, engaged in without nuclear energy, relating to a gathering, socially accepted, usual or establishedconventional
based on fusion, includes a smelting nuclear reaction in hydrogen that is heated very strongly, of nuclear fusionthermonuclear
based on guesswork, deduced by guesswork, hypothetical, inclined to speculateconjectural
based on nuclear energy, of or pertaining to atoms, relating to atom, tiny, unanalyzableatomic
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