Physics The movement associated with axis of a spinning human anatomy, like the wobble of a spinning top, when there is an external power acting on the axis.
Astronomy Precession regarding the equinoxes.
Astronomy A slow gyration associated with earth's axis around the pole for the ecliptic, caused primarily because of the gravitational pull of sunshine, moon, also planets from the planet's equatorial bulge.
The wobbling motion of the axis of a spinning body when there is an external force acting on the axis.
The slow gyration associated with the earth’s axis around the pole of this ecliptic, caused primarily by the gravitational torque of this sunshine and moon.
any one of a few slow changes in an astronomical human body's rotational or orbital parameters.
The work of going prior to, or ahead.
The act of going before or of moving forward; advance.
In philology, a weakening of a vowel due to a big change of accent; a change from a full powerful vowel to a thinner one: opposed to development.
In mech., the cyclic movement for the axis of rotation of a body which revolves about a free of charge axis in a field of power. To ensure that precession shall take place the body should not be a homogeneous world and the axis of rotation must be inclined towards the outlines of force regarding the field.
the movement of a spinning body (as a high) where it wobbles so that the axis of rotation sweeps out a cone
the act of preceding over time or purchase or ranking (such as a ceremony)