Terjemahan dari truncate
cut, cut off, cut out, chop, trim, truncate
truncate, condense, compress, abbreviate, contract
truncate, deface, disable, damage, injure
Definisi truncate
shorten (something) by cutting off the top or the end.
a truncated cone shape
sinonim: shorten, cut, cut short, curtail, bring to an untimely end, abbreviate, condense, reduce, prune
(of a leaf, feather, or other part) ending abruptly as if cut off across the base or tip.
The ends are usually acute or obtuse, but sometimes also fish tail-like, truncate or vague.
  • shorten, cut, cut short, curtail, bring to an untimely end, abbreviate, condense, reduce, prune
  • cut short
  • truncated
The ends are usually acute or obtuse, but sometimes also fish tail-like, truncate or vague.
The dykes and sheets sharply truncate structures in the wall rock gneisses and greenstones, and large (several tens of metres) wall-rock xenoliths may be completely engulfed by the intrusive sheets.
The cell is oval with a truncate apical region, from which the flagella and haptonema originate.
Convex, anteriorly truncate glabella tapers forward and is outlined by broad, shallow axial and preglabellar furrows.
For the most severe truncations , we also observed a dependence of Ca 2 + transients on external Ca 2 +.
Then it rushed the deal through via an urgency committee which truncated public debate and scrutiny.
Even such truncated performances, however, are thought to evoke cosmic responses such as thunderstorms or strong rain.
The film is characterised by the fine balance between truncated anecdotes and a nuanced sense of time passing.
But then the papers were summaries, they were truncations , densely-packed contextualisers that served little purpose other than to inspire questions.
Spring netting was truncated shortly after peak passage of that species.
All of these plotlines feel like they’re truncated from longer films.
So, it was a fairly truncated session, but worth it nonetheless, and we made a pact to repeat it tomorrow.
Since Wilson died at an early age, the story is necessarily truncated .
For all of these goods, product cycles are truncated by rapid innovation.
I’ve truncated the entries here on the main page after realizing the scroll had reached ridiculous lengths.
Different R5 sequences at the 5’ junctions correspond to truncations of the element with the top sequence in corresponding to a full-length element.
The time from the first stage of deepening sleep to REM sleep is truncated .
In all, that made for a fairly truncated day today, but at least I now feel very blithe, and I had two excellent ideas for the book.
The floor zone in the porches was truncated by the plow at the far northeast and far southwest corners of the structure basin.
There was a strained pause following that truncated attempt at a sentence.
It was truncated on its northern fringe by two prehistoric mining pits and on its eastern side by another.
The Chinese and English versions are truncations with a significant number of lines being omitted.
What happened, though, was that the debate ran eight minutes long, so all of the ensuing commentary was truncated .
However, when I looked today, the same behavior takes place: the link is still truncated .
The thickness of (100) and (200) sectors in truncated single crystals of linear polyethylene grown from dilute n-octane solution at 95 °C was measured by atomic force microscopy (AFM) in tapping mode.
It was no accident that Charles often truncated his public speeches.
Now, that is, at best, an abbreviated and truncated version of what had occurred, is it not?
Rather, the quartz crystals are cleanly truncated at the contacts, or they wrap themselves around the pyrites.
Internally, grains commonly show concentric compositional zonation, which is truncated at broken grain edges.
Both strains exhibited macrochaete duplications, eye defects, and loss of wing material consistent with dominant-negative effects of the Mam truncations described previously.



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