surface

surface
1) поверхность
а) геометрический объект
б) граница объекта
2) обрабатывать поверхность
3) внешний вид; внешность
4) поверхностный
а) относящийся к границе (объекта); происходящий на поверхности
б) внешний; относящийся к внешнему виду
5) наземный (напр. о транспорте)
6) земной (о радиоволне)
- amorphized surface
- approximating surface
- as-polished surface
- back surface
- ball surface
- bearing surface
- Bezier surface
- Bloch surface
- boundary surface
- burnishing surface
- carrying surface
- Cartesian surface
- caustic surface
- Cayley surface
- cleavage surface
- cleaved surface
- closed surface
- close-packed surface
- coated surface
- concave surface
- congruent surfaces
- connected surface
- constant-energy surface
- contact surface
- contour surface
- convergence surface
- convex surface
- coordinate surface
- corrugated surface
- covering surface
- curved surface
- cylindrical surface
- damage-free surface
- decision surface
- dichroic surface
- diffuse surface
- diffusing surface
- display surface
- elliptic surface
- embedded surface
- emitting surface
- equal-energy surface
- equal-phase surface
- equiphase surface
- equipotential surface
- equiprobability surface
- equisignal surface
- error surface
- etched surface
- Fermi surface
- fissure surface
- flat surface
- focal surface
- formed surface
- fractal surface
- fracture surface
- free surface
- front surface
- functional surface
- geodesic surface
- grained surface
- ground surface
- growth surface
- heat-absorbing surface
- heat-emitting surface
- heat-exchange surface
- hidden surface
- hyperbolic surface
- illuminated surface
- isothermal surface
- Lambert surface
- Landau surface
- liquidus surface
- mating surfaces
- matted surface
- multidimensional surface
- multisheeted surface
- multivalley energy surface
- nodal surface
- nonoriented surface
- nonsingular surface
- normal surface
- n-type surface
- one-sided surface
- open-Fermi surface
- oriented surface
- oxide surface
- parabolic surface
- parametric surface
- passivated surface
- perfectly conducting surface
- perfectly reflecting surface
- phase equilibrium surface
- phase transition surface
- planar surface
- polynomial surface
- printing surface
- profiled surface
- projecting surface
- p-type surface
- quadric surface
- rear surface
- recording surface
- reference surface
- reflecting surface
- regression surface
- response surface
- ribbed surface
- Riemann surface
- Riemannian surface
- rough surface
- saddle surface
- singular surface
- sliding surface
- smooth surface
- soiled surface
- solidus surface
- specular surface
- spline surface
- squarable surface
- storage surface
- substrate surface
- supporting surface
- surface of constant curvature
- surface of constant phase
- surface of discontinuity
- surface of estimates
- surface of melt
- surface of revolution
- surface of second order
- tangent surface
- textured surface
- TIR surface
- total-internal-reflection surface
- transversal surface
- trend surface
- twisted surface
- two-sided surface
- uniformly diffusing surface
- unilateral surface
- vicinal surface
- viewing surface
- wave surface
- Wulff surface

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  • surface — ► NOUN 1) the outside part or uppermost layer of something. 2) the upper limit of a body of liquid. 3) outward appearance as distinct from less obvious aspects. ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to or occurring on the surface. 2) (of transportation) by sea …   English terms dictionary

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  • surface — index bare, cursory, dimension, emerge, issue (send forth), ostensible, side, superficial …   Law dictionary


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