frictional : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a pertaining to or worked or produced by friction
- Any warheads surviving these multiple perils would probably be burned up by frictional heat as they plunged earthward at more than 5,000 m.
- When the frictional forces are overcome, the "stuck" section of the Cocos plate lurches forward (at least 10 ft.
- Economists call this phenomenon "frictional" unemployment, and some, including Feldstein, are counting it as part of structural unemployment when they use a rate as high as 6% or .
- Bhaskar in domain-B
The industry is witnessing challenging times for which we need to focus our priorities on doing things in a collaborative manner and not dissipate energy through frictional losses,Bhaskar Das said.
- Jeff Garcia in Orlando Sentinel
I'm not a frictional-type person. I'm not someone who's going to come in and create controversy and create dissension,said Garcia, who took over for an injured Donovan McNabb in Philadelphia and put together one of the finest seasons (62.7...