sudden breakdown


sudden breakdown
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English-Russian dictionary of telecommunications. 2015.

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  • Breakdown voltage — of an Insulator is the minimum voltage that causes a portion of an insulator to become electrically conductive. Breakdown Voltage of a diode is the minimum reverse voltage to make the diode conduct in reverse. Some devices (such as TRIACs) also… …   Wikipedia

  • breakdown — sudden health failure, fall apart    After his breakdown, he found an occupation with less stress …   English idioms

  • breakdown — break|down [ˈbreıkdaun] n 1.) [U and C] the failure of a relationship or system breakdown of ▪ He moved away after the breakdown of his marriage. ▪ A sudden rise in oil prices could lead to a breakdown of the economy. breakdown in ▪ There has… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Sudden stratospheric warming — A sudden stratospheric warming (SSW) is an event where the polar vortex of westerly winds in the Northern winter hemisphere abruptly (i.e. in a few days time) slows down or even reverses direction, accompanied by a rise of stratospheric… …   Wikipedia

  • breakdown — break·down brāk .dau̇n n the action or result of breaking down: as a) a failure to function b) a physical, mental, or nervous collapse c) the process of decomposing <breakdown of food during digestion> breakdown adj obtained or resulting… …   Medical dictionary

  • breakdown — /ˈbreɪkdaʊn / (say braykdown) noun 1. a ceasing to function, as of a machine. 2. a ceasing to function, as of an organisation or business, especially one that is reliant on machinery. 3. a ceasing to function of a motor vehicle. 4. an instance of …   Australian English dictionary

  • breakdown — /brayk down /, n. 1. a breaking down, wearing out, or sudden loss of ability to function efficiently, as of a machine. 2. a loss of mental or physical health; collapse. Cf. nervous breakdown. 3. an analysis or classification of something;… …   Universalium

  • breakdown — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. collapse, failure; [nervous] prostration, crack up. See insanity. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A failure to work or function properly] Syn. stoppage, collapse, malfunction, disruption; see failure 1 , wreck …   English dictionary for students

  • breakdown — noun 1》 a failure or collapse.     ↘a sudden collapse in mental health. 2》 chemical or physical decomposition. 3》 an explanatory analysis …   English new terms dictionary

  • Electrical breakdown — in an electric discharge showing the ribbon like plasma filaments from a Tesla coil. The term electrical breakdown or electric breakdown has several similar but distinctly different meanings. For example, the term can apply to the failure of an… …   Wikipedia

  • nervous breakdown — Nonmedical term for an emotional or mental illness; often a euphemism for a psychiatric disorder. * * * nervous breakdown n an attack of mental or emotional disorder esp. when of sufficient severity to require hospitalization * * * a popular term …   Medical dictionary


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