Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
appear (verbe)
Sens 1 : to give the impression of being or doing something. [Source : OAAD]
  • Certain options, such as meet-in-the-middle and caching, appear to be the most effective candidate options.
  • These movements of residues Arg514 and Arg517 appear to be correlated with the motion of the thumb subdomain.
  • Still, many other oppida appear to have been established at the juncture of the La Tène B2 to C1, at about 225 B.C (Wells 1995:213).
Sens 2 : to begin to exist or be known or used for the first time. [Source : OAAD]
Équivalent(s) : apparaître:2
  • Second generation colorimeters first appeared in the 1920s.
  • Sedentary settlements first appeared in the Rizhao area during the Beixin period (c. 5300-4100 BC) and increased in size and number during the Late Dawenkou period (c. 30002600 BC).
  • The Early Period and the Two State Council Documents RTL first appeared in 1955, when the CCP was in the midst of a mass campaign to "Eliminate Hidden Counter-revolutionaries Completely" (chedi suqing ancan de fangemin fenzi).
Sens 3 : to start to be seen, to arrive, or to exist in a place, especially suddenly. [Source : LG]
Équivalent(s) : apparaître:1, paraître:1
  • I, however, only count those communities that were significant enough to appear on contemporary maps or in directories of the era.
  • Above the turbulent liquid surface a spray suddenly appeared (within one video frame of about 40 ms) across the whole depth of flowing gas.
  • It is in these steps that marl-like deposits (heavily calcreted carbonates) begin to appear in the profiles.
Sens 4 : to become evident or manifest [Source : MW]
Équivalent(s) : apparaître:3
  • There appear to be two main ways of incorporating information into the model.
  • Furthermore, there appears to be little interest by commercial developers in the surface parking lots in the supposed 'zone of assimilation'.
  • Once again, rightly or wrongly, there appears to be a reluctance to treat the CEHR as occupying a sufficiently 'neutral' position above the political fray to be conferred with such a status.
appearance (nom)
Sens 1 : the way that someone or something looks on the outside; what someone or something seems to be. [Source : OAAD]
Équivalent(s) : dehors:1
  • The reaction of A380 silica pretreated at lOO°C did not result in a color change, but did change the physical appearance of the silica, similar to that described for A380-500.
  • Their flow cell is quite thin, very similar in appearance and dimensions to a microscope slide, gold plated, and works perfectly with high numerical aperture objectives or phase contrast condensers.
  • Catherine's rules not only included changes in her behavior, but also extended to her appearance.
disappearance (nom)
Sens 1 : the event of passing out of sight. [Source : WN]
Équivalent(s) : disparition:2