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Vd

viːˈdiː

Meanings of Vd:

abbreviation

Venereal disease.

Vdu

ˌviː.diːˈjuː

Meanings of Vdu:

noun

Abbreviation for visual/video display unit: a screen on which information from a computer can be shown

Ve

-v

Meanings of Ve:

Short form of have

Usage examples:

I've been waiting for ages.

Meanings of Veal:

noun

The flesh of a young calf, used as food.

Usage examples:

Veal and ham pie

Meanings of Vealer:

noun

A calf less than a year old which has been fattened for slaughter.

Usage examples:

Vealers were sold at the time when the price received per kilogram was lowest

Vealers

ˈviːlə

Meanings of Vealers:

noun

A calf less than a year old which has been fattened for slaughter.

Usage examples:

Vealers were sold at the time when the price received per kilogram was lowest

Meanings of Vector:

noun

A quantity having direction as well as magnitude, especially as determining the position of one point in space relative to another.

Usage examples:

Angular momentum is a vector quantity, meaning it has both magnitude and direction, and can be desc…
verb

Direct (an aircraft in flight) to a desired point.

Usage examples:

Two hurricanes were vectored towards the stukas

Meanings of Vectored:

verb

Direct (an aircraft in flight) to a desired point.

Usage examples:

Two hurricanes were vectored towards the stukas
noun

A quantity having direction as well as magnitude, especially as determining the position of one point in space relative to another.

Usage examples:

Angular momentum is a vector quantity, meaning it has both magnitude and direction, and can be desc…

Vectorial

vɛkˈtɔːrɪəl

Meanings of Vectorial:

adjective

Relating to a vector.

Usage examples:

A unidirectional vectorial orientation

Vectoring

ˈvɛktə

Meanings of Vectoring:

verb

Direct (an aircraft in flight) to a desired point.

Usage examples:

Two hurricanes were vectored towards the stukas
noun

A quantity having direction as well as magnitude, especially as determining the position of one point in space relative to another.

Usage examples:

Angular momentum is a vector quantity, meaning it has both magnitude and direction, and can be desc…

Meanings of Vectorizing:

verb

Represent as or transform into a vector.

Usage examples:

The following example shows how we'd go about vectorizing the algorithm

Vectors

ˈvɛktə

Meanings of Vectors:

noun

A quantity having direction as well as magnitude, especially as determining the position of one point in space relative to another.

Usage examples:

Angular momentum is a vector quantity, meaning it has both magnitude and direction, and can be desc…
verb

Direct (an aircraft in flight) to a desired point.

Usage examples:

Two hurricanes were vectored towards the stukas

Meanings of Veda:

noun

Any of the four collections forming the earliest body of indian scripture, consisting of the rig veda, sama veda, yajur veda, and atharva veda, which codified the ideas and practices of vedic religion and laid down the basis of classical hinduism. they were probably composed between 1500 and 700 bc, and contain hymns, philosophy, and guidance on ritual.

Usage examples:

The sama veda differs from other vedas in that it is chanted with some melody.

Vedanta

vedˈɑːn.tə

Meanings of Vedanta:

noun

A hindu philosophy based on the doctrine of the upanishads, especially in its monistic form.

Usage examples:

The doctrines of vedanta were based on the upanishads, and gave logical and organized form to their…

Vedda

ˈvɛdə

Meanings of Vedda:

noun

A member of an indigenous people inhabiting the forests of sri lanka.

Usage examples:

Even tamil-speaking east coastal veddas are having their views heard in colombo for the first time …

Meanings of Vedette:

noun

A mounted sentry positioned beyond an army's outposts to observe the movements of the enemy.

Usage examples:

For many of the campaigns of history sentries, or larger security parties constituting infantry pic…

Vedettes

vɪˈdɛt

Meanings of Vedettes:

noun

A mounted sentry positioned beyond an army's outposts to observe the movements of the enemy.

Usage examples:

For many of the campaigns of history sentries, or larger security parties constituting infantry pic…

Vedic

ˈveɪdɪk

Meanings of Vedic:

adjective

Relating to the veda or vedas.

Usage examples:

One of the main books of vedic philosophy is the bhagavad gita, and the main idea behind it is that…
noun

The language used in the vedas, an early form of sanskrit.

Usage examples:

Why is vedic and sanskrit so important for study in india?

Meanings of Vee:

noun

A thing shaped like the letter v.

Usage examples:

A vee of geese goes over

Meanings of Veena:

noun

An indian stringed instrument, with four main and three auxiliary strings. the southern type has a lute-like body; the older northern type has a tubular body and a gourd fitted to each end as a resonator.

Usage examples:

Carnatic music, the classical music of south india, commonly employs such musical instruments as th…

Meanings of Veenas:

noun

An indian stringed instrument, with four main and three auxiliary strings. the southern type has a lute-like body; the older northern type has a tubular body and a gourd fitted to each end as a resonator.

Usage examples:

Carnatic music, the classical music of south india, commonly employs such musical instruments as th…

Veep

viːp

Meanings of Veep:

noun

A vice president.

Usage examples:

Since becoming veep he's mostly been mr nice guy

Meanings of Veeps:

noun

A vice president.

Usage examples:

Since becoming veep he's mostly been mr nice guy

Meanings of Veer:

verb

Change direction suddenly.

Usage examples:

An oil tanker that had veered off course
noun

A sudden change of direction.

Usage examples:

In particular, sword wants to discover what triggers the insects' specific movements - a sudden vee…

Meanings of Veered:

verb

Change direction suddenly.

Usage examples:

An oil tanker that had veered off course
noun

A sudden change of direction.

Usage examples:

In particular, sword wants to discover what triggers the insects' specific movements - a sudden vee…

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