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- pendulum:  A pendulum is etymologically simply something that ‘hangs’. It is a noun use of the neuter form of the Latin adjective pendulus ‘hanging’ (source of English pendulous ). This was a derivative of the verb pendēre ‘hang’, which has contributed a wide range of words to English, among them penchant , pendant , pendent , pending , and penthouse, and derived forms such as append , appendix , depend, impend , perpendicular , and suspend.
=> append, appendix, depend, impend, penchant, pendant, pendent, penthouse, perpendicular, suspend
- pendulum (n.)
- 1660, from Modern Latin pendulum (1643), noun use of neuter of Latin adjective pendulus "hanging down," from pendere "to hang" (see pendant). The Modern Latin word is perhaps a Latinization of Italian pendolo.
- 1. In education, the pendulum has swung back to traditional teaching methods.
- 2. The ball which hung the roof is compound pendulum.
- 3. Finally, GMTI performance of two typical systems, Cartwheel and Pendulum, is analyzed through computer simulation.
- 最后, 对CartWheel和Pendulum两种典型系统构形进行了GMTI性能仿真分析.
- 4. The pendulum has swung back and the American car companies have made dramatic advances in safety.
- 5. The familiar pendulum swing was to happen once more, and then stop.
- 常见的钟摆来回现象,会再次发生, 然后就停止不动了.
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