The second page associated with the Greek alphabet. See Dining Table at alphabet.
the next item in a series or system of classification.
A mathematical way of measuring the susceptibility of rates of return on a portfolio or a given stock in contrast to prices of return available as a whole. A beta of 1.0 indicates that a secured asset closely follows the marketplace; a beta greater than 1.0 suggests greater volatility compared to the marketplace.
Physics A beta particle.
Physics A beta ray.
Chemistry The second position from a designated carbon atom in an organic molecule at which an atom or a radical is substituted.
Chemistry An isomeric variation of a chemical ingredient. Found in combination: beta-estradiol.
Computer Science A beta variation.
The name of the second letter of the Greek alphabet (Β, β), preceded by alpha (Α, α) and followed by gamma, (Γ, γ). In modern Greek it represents the voiced labiodental fricative sound of v found in the English words have and vase.
found in establishing plan: α, β, γ or α+, α, α-, β an such like.
Average sensitivity of a security's price to general securities market costs.
The period of development after alpha assessment and before launch, by which computer software, while not full, was released to possible users for evaluating.
some type of computer system such phase; a preliminary version.
information on a route which may support some body in climbing it.
A beta particle or beta ray.
A beta fish, for the genus Betta.
A beta male.
the 2nd letter associated with the Greek alphabet, B, β. See b, and cf. etymology of alphabet.
A genus of apetalous plants, normal order Chenopodiaceæ. See beet.
the 2nd letter of the Greek alphabet, corresponding to English B or b.
As a classifier in astronomy, chemistry, etc., the second in virtually any series. See alpha, 3.
A genus of dicotyledonous flowers from the household Chenopodiaceæ.
into the Fiji Islands, a plant of this ginger family members, Zinziber Zerumbet. See awapuhi.