nuclear power

  • 1 nuclear power — uclear power n. 1. Power derived from nuclear reactions; used at present especially of electrical power generated in atomic reactors, but encompassing also fusion power. Syn: atomic energy, atomic power, nuclear energy, nuclear energy. [WordNet 1 …

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  • 2 nuclear power — power derived from nuclear energy. Also called atomic power. [1925 30] * * * Energy produced by nuclear fission of heavy atomic nuclei. About one third of all electric power worldwide now comes from nuclear power plants. The navies of many… …

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  • 3 nuclear power — A form of energy produced by an atomic reaction, capable of producing an alternative source of electrical power to that supplied by coal, gas, or oil. Dictionary from West s Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005. nuclear power …

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  • 4 nuclear power — noun * 1. ) uncount power, usually in the form of electricity, that is produced by nuclear energy 2. ) count a country that owns nuclear weapons and is capable of using them …

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  • 5 nuclear power — ► NOUN ▪ power generated by a nuclear reactor …

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  • 6 Nuclear power — См. Ядерная энергетика Термины атомной энергетики. Концерн Росэнергоатом, 2010 …

    Термины атомной энергетики

  • 7 Nuclear power — Atomic Power redirects here. For the film, see Atomic Power (film). This article is about the power source. For nation states that are nuclear powers, see List of states with nuclear weapons …

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  • 8 nuclear power — noun nuclear energy regarded as a source of electricity for the power grid (for civilian use) • Syn: ↑atomic power • Hypernyms: ↑atomic energy, ↑nuclear energy * * * noun [noncount] physics : ↑nuclear energy * * * ˌnuclear ˈpower …

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  • 9 nuclear power */ — UK / US noun Word forms nuclear power : singular nuclear power plural nuclear powers 1) [uncountable] power, usually in the form of electricity, that is produced by nuclear energy 2) [countable] a country that owns nuclear weapons and is capable… …

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  • 10 nuclear power — atominė energija statusas Neteiktinas sritis apsauga nuo naikinimo priemonių atitikmenys: angl. atomic power; nuclear power rus. атомная энергия ryšiai: žiūrėk – branduolinė energija …

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  • 11 nuclear power — noun Nuclear power is used before these nouns: ↑reactor …

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  • 12 nuclear power — branduolinė galia statusas T sritis Gynyba atitikmenys: angl. nuclear power pranc. puissance nucléaire ryšiai: dar žiūrėk – branduolinė valstybė dar žiūrėk – branduolinė valstybė dar žiūrėk – pagrindinė branduolinė valstybė …

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  • 13 nuclear power — noun a) Power, especially electrical power, obtained using nuclear fission or nuclear fusion b) A nation that possesses nuclear weapons Syn: atomic power …

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  • 14 nuclear power — Synonyms and related words: AEC, Atomic Energy Commission, activation energy, atomic energy, atomic power, atomic project, atomic research, binding energy, electric power, electropower, energy level, horsepower, hydraulic power, hydroelectric… …

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  • 15 nuclear power — noun 1》 electric or motive power generated by a nuclear reactor. 2》 a country that has nuclear weapons. Derivatives nuclear powered adjective …

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  • 16 nuclear power — atomic or [thermo]nuclear energy. See power …

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  • 17 nuclear power — noun (U) power, usually in the form of electricity, from nuclear energy …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 nuclear power — /njukliə ˈpaʊə/ (say nyoohkleeuh powuh) noun → atomic power …

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  • 19 Nuclear power in France — …

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  • 20 Nuclear power in Pakistan — …

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