• Definition for "dipolar"
    • having north and south magnetic poles
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dipolar definition

  • adjective:
    • having north and south magnetic poles
    • ,(chemistry) having a dipole
    • Having two poles, as a magnetic bar.
    • having equal and reverse electric charges or magnetic poles having opposing signs and separated by a small length
    • having north and south magnetized poles
    • ,(chemistry) possessing a dipole
    • Having two poles, as a magnetic club.
    • having equal and other electric costs or magnetic poles having opposite signs and divided by a tiny distance
    • having north and south magnetized poles
    • ,(chemistry) possessing a dipole
    • Having two poles, as a magnetic bar.
    • having equal and reverse electric fees or magnetized poles having opposite indications and divided by a little length
  • others:
    • Having two poles; differentiated according to a couple of contrary guidelines, not with respect to the difference between these guidelines: because, polarized light is dipolar.
    • Pertaining to two poles.
    • Having two poles; differentiated according to a set of opposite instructions, but not with regards to the distinction between these guidelines: as, polarized light is dipolar.
    • related to two poles.
    • Having two poles; classified according to a set of other guidelines, however with respect to the difference between these instructions: since, polarized light is dipolar.
    • related to two poles.
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