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Inventresses

ɪnˈvɛntrəs

Meanings of Inventresses:

noun

A female inventor.

Usage examples:

‘necessity is the theme and the inventress, the eternal curb and the law of nature.’ — leonardo da …

Invents

ɪnˈvent

Meanings of Invents:

verb

Create or design (something that has not existed before); be the originator of.

Usage examples:

He invented an improved form of the steam engine

Meanings of Inveracities:

noun

A lie.

Usage examples:

Cicero devotes much of his speech to impugning the credibility of their statements upon the ground …

Inveracity

ˌɪnvəˈrasɪti

Meanings of Inveracity:

noun

A lie.

Usage examples:

Cicero devotes much of his speech to impugning the credibility of their statements upon the ground …

Inverness

ˌɪn.və.ˈnes.ʃər

Meanings of Inverness:

noun

A sleeveless cloak with a removable cape.

proper noun

A city in scotland, administrative centre of highland council area, situated at the mouth of the river ness; population 41,200 (est. 2009).

Invernesses

ˌɪnvəˈnɛs

Meanings of Invernesses:

noun

A sleeveless cloak with a removable cape.

proper noun

A city in scotland, administrative centre of highland council area, situated at the mouth of the river ness; population 41,200 (est. 2009).

Meanings of Inversatile:

adjective

Unable to adapt or be adapted to many different circumstances, functions, etc. somewhat rare.

Meanings of Inverse:

adjective

Opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or effect.

Usage examples:

Numerous studies have shown an inverse relationship between exercise and the risk of heart disease
noun

Something that is the opposite or reverse of something else.

Usage examples:

Power is the inverse of dependence

Meanings of Inversed:

adjective

Curving or turned inward.

Meanings of Inversedly:

adverb

In the opposite manner, position, or order; in an inverted manner.

Inversely

ɪnˈvɜːs.li

Meanings of Inversely:

adverb

In the opposite manner, position, or order.

Usage examples:

The volume of a gas varies inversely with pressure

Inverses

ˌæd.ɪ.tɪv ˈɪn.vɜːs

Meanings of Inverses:

noun

Something that is the opposite or reverse of something else.

Usage examples:

Power is the inverse of dependence
adjective

Opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or effect.

Usage examples:

Numerous studies have shown an inverse relationship between exercise and the risk of heart disease

Inversion

ɪnˈvɜː.ʒən

Meanings of Inversion:

noun

The action of inverting something or the state of being inverted.

Usage examples:

The inversion of the normal domestic arrangement

Inversions

ɪnˈvəːʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Inversions:

noun

The action of inverting something or the state of being inverted.

Usage examples:

The inversion of the normal domestic arrangement

Invert

ɪnˈvɜːt

Meanings of Invert:

verb

Put upside down or in the opposite position, order, or arrangement.

Usage examples:

Invert the mousse on to a serving plate
noun

An arch constructed in an upside-down position to provide lateral support, e.g. in a tunnel.

Invertase

ɪnˈvɜːteɪz

Meanings of Invertase:

noun

An enzyme produced by yeast which catalyses the hydrolysis of sucrose, forming invert sugar.

Usage examples:

Enzymes shown are invertase, sucrose synthase, cytosolic agpase, and plastidic agpase.

Meanings of Invertebracy:

noun

Lack of courage, resolve, or strength of purpose; disinclination to act or assert oneself; weakness, timidity, spinelessness. compare "invertebrate", "invertebrate".

Meanings of Invertebrata:

noun

With plural agreement. originally (in the system of lamarck): a major division of the animal kingdom comprising all animals other than the vertebrates. in later use (usually in form invertebrata): a collective term for invertebrates (now rare in technical use).

Invertebrate

ɪnˈvɜː.tɪ.brət

Meanings of Invertebrate:

noun

An animal lacking a backbone, such as an arthropod, mollusc, annelid, coelenterate, etc. the invertebrates constitute an artificial division of the animal kingdom, comprising 95 per cent of animal species and about thirty different phyla.

Usage examples:

Other invertebrates, including mollusks and crustaceans, are also part of the diet.
adjective

Denoting an invertebrate or relating to the invertebrates as a group.

Usage examples:

Vertebrate and invertebrate animals, land plants, and protists are all represented as fossils in th…

Meanings of Invertebrated:

adjective

Invertebrate.

Meanings of Invertebrates:

noun

An animal lacking a backbone, such as an arthropod, mollusc, annelid, coelenterate, etc. the invertebrates constitute an artificial division of the animal kingdom, comprising 95 per cent of animal species and about thirty different phyla.

Usage examples:

Other invertebrates, including mollusks and crustaceans, are also part of the diet.
adjective

Denoting an invertebrate or relating to the invertebrates as a group.

Usage examples:

Vertebrate and invertebrate animals, land plants, and protists are all represented as fossils in th…

Meanings of Inverted:

verb

Put upside down or in the opposite position, order, or arrangement.

Usage examples:

Invert the mousse on to a serving plate
adjective

Placed or lying upside down or in the opposite position, order, or arrangement from usual.

Usage examples:

Press into an inverted u shape

Meanings of Invertedly:

adverb

In an inverted manner; with a reversal of order, direction, or effect; in or from a reversed or upside down position.

Meanings of Invertend:

noun

The proposition from which another proposition is obtained by inversion.

Meanings of Inverter:

noun

An apparatus which converts direct current into alternating current.

Usage examples:

An electronic inverter converts the direct-current power from the solar panel to usable house curre…

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